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Nexus FLC-3000 R2 Universal CPU Cooler - Packaging

Nexus revised the FLC-3000 and drops the R2 version on our labs. Take a look at what's new and what that means for you.

| CPU Air Coolers in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Nov 22, 2010 11:04 am
TweakTown Rating: 90%      Manufacturer: Nexus

The Package

 

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Nexus kept the same bright yellow and orange over a black background to ship the FLC-3000 R2 in. You will find eight features listed on the left and the name of the cooler at the bottom. The bulk of the right side houses a window to look at the cooler inside while you are standing in the store.

 

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The colouring wraps around the side and has a bit of a view of the cooler on this side as well. Again, the HOC and SkiveTek features are listed, this time with a rendering of the cooler.

 

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Inside the orange and yellow stripe Nexus shows four renderings of the cooler form every side. Below this in the black section is the specifications chart.

 

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In seven languages Nexus explains a bit about the coolers features and compatibility.

 

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Opening the top of the box exposes a bright orange and yellow box full of hardware slid in next to the clear, plastic, clamshell inner packaging. The snap together plastic package secures the FLC-3000 R2 very well during transit, and there wasn't any signs of damage to my sample.

 

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