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GELID Silent Spirit CPU Cooler - Packaging

GELID asked that we retest their fan; they felt our numbers of the Silent Spirit were incorrect. I am happy to oblige and take a second look.

| CPU Air Coolers in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Jan 20, 2009 5:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 82%      Manufacturer: GELID

The Package

 

GELID Silent Spirit

 

The Silent Spirit is shipped in a really non-descript grey and white package with just a slash of bright light green for accent. There is a small cut-away so you may get a little peek at the side view of the cooler.

 

GELID Silent Spirit

 

The right side of the package shows us the nine main features of the Silent Spirit and a graph of the aggressive fan speed control of GELID's intelligent PWM management.

 

GELID Silent Spirit

 

The back of the box is where GELID has gone ahead and explained the features a bit more in depth this time. Underneath that are some of the more important specifications listed.

 

GELID Silent Spirit

 

The other side shows the applications for the Silent Spirit, while under those is a graphic showing GELID's airflow concept.

 

GELID Silent Spirit

 

Removing the cooler from the box reveals this cooler is shipped centered in some plastic trays. This system is very secure and does prevent shipping mishaps. Included with this cooler is the switchable AMD mounting hardware and a GELID case badge. In the accessories section of GELID's site they include a single 3-pin to dual 3-pin PWM "Y" adapter and the LGA1366 mounts, as being sold separately.

 

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