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Prolimatech MK-26 Video Card Cooler Review - Packaging

Prolimatech is going with the bigger is better theory with the release of its latest video card cooler, the MK-26.

| Video Card Colers in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Oct 5, 2012 2:01 pm
TweakTown Rating: 93%      Manufacturer: Prolimatech

Packaging

 

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On the top of the shiny black packaging you find a slack of color as the blue camouflage accents the white outlined rendering of the MK-26 contained inside. It of course shows the Prolimatech name and site address, while in the other corner it simply states that this is a multi-VGA cooler.

 

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Laying the box back to expose the longer skinny panel shows that they chose to use this space to include the specifications chart you saw previously.

 

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One of the smaller sides of the packaging contains eight languages notifying buyers that if you need more information to visit their site for the answers.

 

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On the bottom, or the back, depending on how you look at it, Prolimatech uses this space to give you a look at the base and how the Omni-Mount works. On the right half there is a list of ten features of the MK-26 that should draw in buyers.

 

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The other long skinny panel of the packaging offers you a full list of the 57 video cards listed that the MK-26 is able to be mounted to.

 

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The last panel on the outside of the box simply has the name of the cooler and the company displayed over the black background with just a touch of the blue wrapping around the edges.

 

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Inside of the box you find the instructions sitting on top of a couple of layers of dense foam that surrounds the MK-26 in transit. Then you get a long thin box full of all of the hardware and goodies you will need to get underway, minus any fans.

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