Titan ships the Skalli in a quite attractive package. I get the image at the top of the front, the trees, as it seems to give that foggy, mysterious feeling that goes along with most legends. The prismatic bit at the bottom is very eye catching, but I can't put a finger on how it applies to the cooler other than it looks good. Titan also leaves a nice window in the front so you may get a quick glimpse of what's inside.
As you can see in the image of the Skalli, this is a more compact cooler design. The specs chart found near the bottom exemplifies this even more.
On the rear of the package you can see a bit more of the entire image, and I see now it's more of a tunnel effect with the trees looming over the top. On top of this image Titan places its top four features here in nine various languages.
Spinning the Titan package around one more time, we see no side is left unadorned with information. This time Titan lays out, very specifically, the processor compatibility with their own 130W cap taken into account.
Opening the box, I was greeted with a plastic, snap together inner packaging. This keeps the Skalli centered in the box during shipping and as you will soon see, did a fine job of getting me my sample safely. As far as "extras", they are shipped (behind the cooler in this image) inside the box as well, just floating freely during shipping. Not to worry, though, the materials in the hardware bag are durable enough to make the trip safely and due to the plastic inner package, never came close to abusing the cooler.
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- Page 3 [Packaging]
- Page 4 [The Titan Skalli TTC-NC05TZ/NPW (RB) CPU Cooler]
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