Accessories and Documentation
Here we have the two extruded parts of aluminum on the left that are the AMD mounting legs. In the middle is the universal back plate for both AMD and Intel mounting. That leaves us with the sleeved y-splitter cable to allow you to power both fans from one motherboard header.
In this image I took the tube of TIM, the AMD isolation plastic stickers, the fan corner rubber stickers to isolate them from the radiator, the 775 load block, and the black nylon risers and placed them all together to get a closer look at them.
The rest of the hardware covers the LGA2011 socket mounting studs, and the top nuts to secure the head unit to the bolts at the left of the bottom row. That leaves eight long screws to go through the case and fans before securing it to the radiator. You also have eight sorter ones so you can mount the fans to the radiator and the chassis separately.
There are also these two fans that come in the kit. These fans have black frames with nine white blades, each of which with three grooves cut into their trailing edges. Keep in mind that both fans are capable of over 90CFM and should push through this radiator without much restriction.
The manual that was setting on the top of the inner packaging is full of useful text and images that take you step by step through both the AMD and Intel installations. Both the images and text is top notch and should leave nothing to be confused about when installing your Tundra series cooler.
Let's be honest though, with as many years as the AIO has been on the market, even with this new hardware, really all you need to know is what part is for what purpose. Looking at the contents chart provided just inside, you now know what you have in hand, and the assembly is pretty self-explanatory.