The Fenrir EVO comes in a clear plastic, thermally sealed packaging. This allows Titan to use thin layer fo cardboard on the inside to show images of the cooler, the compatibility, some of the features, and still left a bit of room to view the cooler inside.
This side has a very specific list of all the processors on each socket type it will mount on top of. To keep it simple if you have an AMD K8, AM2, AM2+, or AM3 the Fenrir EVO will fit. As for Intel, it will fit LGA775, LGA1156, and LGA1366. Under this list you will also find the short list of cooler and fan specifications.
The back of the package holds images to show the five main features. On the right side, there are eight other languages describing the , 120mm fan, the 8mm heat pipes, the 4-pin PWM control, the density of the fins, and the all-in-one mounting system.
We can see a bit of the cooler peaking throygh on this side too, but more importantly, Titan shows more you should know about the Fenrir EVO. Things like that it is made to handle 160W TDP CPUs, that it is almost 25° cooler than stock, and that they supply thermal grease and a 3-4 pin adapter for the fan.
To gain access to the cooler you need to cut away the thermally sealed edge. Once that is done you can remove the back, and gain access to the internal packaging, hardware, and instructions.
The Fenrir EVO and its fan are both packaged in their own form fitting, plastic trays. Stacking the fan on top envelops the cooler in multiple layers of protection during transit.
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