As we are used to seeing with Noctua, the NH-D14 keeps the all white package with outlined drawings of the product to adorn the package. There is a cut-away to view what's inside, but Noctua packed mine a little tighter due to the long trip to my house. Just to give perspective, this box is about 10" wide and almost 8" tall.
With the front cut-away blocked, this image is the first I got to see of the NH-D14. Next to the image of the base there are small drawings with dimensions.
The back starts off with a statement from Noctua about this cooler, and is followed by five main features and their descriptions.
This side houses Noctua's statement about the NH-D14 for those who aren't fluent in English.
The top of the packaging is where you will find all the specifications for both the cooler and both of the different fans included inside.
Once I got this massive piece of hardware out of the package, I was in a slight bit of shock at the actual size. Even shipping such a massive cooler, Noctua does a terrific job with the dense foam that surrounds the cooler and the boxing of the hardware on each end. It kept the NH-D14 in great shape over quite a long voyage.
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