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NZXT Respire T20 CPU Cooler Review - Packaging

NZXT brings forth a couple of wallet friendly coolers with its new Respire Series of coolers. Have a look at what the Respire T20 has in store.

| CPU Air Coolers in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Jan 14, 2013 7:52 pm
TweakTown Rating: 83%      Manufacturer: NZXT



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The white box is very clean looking with just splashes of the light blue dashes in the back with the T20 standing large and in charge on the front panel. At the bottom next to the naming are icons denoting the ease of installation, the three pipes, the Seamless Direct Touch base, and the compact nature of the design.


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On the right panel you start to look at the dimensional renderings, three in total, to give you an idea of the room it uses, or rather doesn't use. Then at the bottom half is where NZXT places the specifications chart that we just discussed on the last page.


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On the back there is a head on look at the T20 stating they use a 120mm fan and show some of the specs, while on the other side of the cooler they discuss the heat pipes. The four images at the bottom show off the stack of fins and the angle used, the sturdy fan clips, the base, and the universal mounting hardware.


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The last side of the packaging offers you a look at the side of the T20 followed by a description of the reasoning and ideas behind the Respire Series of CPU coolers. Finishing things off is a list of both Intel and AMD supported CPUs to place under this T20.


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Inside of the box there is a thin plastic tray that supports the T20 in the center of the box. Near the base of the cooler, under the tray is where you will locate all of the included hardware, and the back plate is snapped into the tray under the cooler in its own little pocket.

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