The front of the packaging is pretty sparse. It has the Cubitek name and maybe HPTX ICE under the shipping labels, but other than that there is only a drawing of snow capped mountains to set the mood for this ICE series chassis.
On this side there was a shipping label with my name and address on it stuck over the larger white outlined box. It also states this is made in China.
The back of the packaging gives you a look at the front of and inside of the HPTX ICE Frozen Solid chassis. At the bottom there is a depiction of the air flow next to four features in separate images.
This side of the box offers the specifications chart in five languages and the factory tracking and barcode sticker. The very bottom offers the web address to go to if you have any questions or issues.
Opening the top of the box you will find your hardware kit sitting in the middle of four pieces of foam supporting the chassis.
Pulling the case out of the box I found that there are eight corner supports made of Styrofoam. The four holding the case and the one on the table are the only ones to make it out alive. The other three look like they got run through a wood chipper. That isn't to say it doesn't work. These foam corners and the plastic liner did deliver the HPTX ICE to me in great shape physically.
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