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Thermaltake Frio CPU Cooler - Packaging

Today we have a cooler from Thermaltake on our test bench bursting at the seams with potential. It sure looks the goods, but can it handle our TECC without much of a sweat?

| CPU Air Coolers in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Aug 16, 2010 7:58 am
TweakTown Rating: 95%      Manufacturer: Thermaltake

The Package

 

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Placed over an explosion of whites, blues and purples, there is a great image of the Frio. Around the packaging we can see that this is capable of handling 220W of heat load, comes with two fans, has five large pipes and the compatibility of the coolers mounting.

 

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On this end of the Frio, Thermaltake makes sure we know this is a CPU cooler inside the box.

 

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On the back you will find all the particulars of the Frio. From the listed features to the images explaining them, to the drawing of how the heat travels through the Frio, everything you need to know can be found here.

 

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Spinning the box one more time we run into a specifications chart as well as the compatible sockets and processors you can use the Frio with.

 

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Once you open the cardboard box, you are greeted by the paperwork sitting atop a clamshell of high density foam. The main cooler is on the inside. On the outside in cutouts, the hardware box and second fan can be found.

 

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