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GamerStorm Gabriel Low-Profile CPU Cooler Review - Packaging

GamerStorm Gabriel Low-Profile CPU Cooler Review
In search of a low-profile cooler for your new Mini-ITX or SFF build? GamerStorm offers up the Gabriel, and it is well worth a look.
By: | CPU Air Coolers in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Jan 15, 2014 2:09 am
TweakTown Rating: 95%Manufacturer: GamerStorm

Packaging

 

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The Gabriel comes in very similar packaging to all of the GamerStorm products we have received. The box is flat black, with shiny black used for the half logo to the left. They then apply the company name and logo at the top in green, and the cooler name at the bottom in that same green foil.

 

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Looking at the box from the sides shows that this is a two part box. There is also the Gabriel name and company logo on this side.

 

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The back of the packaging is where the rest of the information provided is to be found. Under the logo and cooler naming, there is a specifications chart, along with the compatibility list for all of the CPUs this cooler will install upon.

 

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The two sides not shown are just plain black cardboard, but on this side there is a bit of styling applied with the grey lining, and again there is the coolers name. There is also an anti-tamper sticker applied to keep the two halves of the box together for transit, but it also shows that nobody has been inside it since it left the factory.

 

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After cutting the sticker, the top section lifts up to expose a list of five features that make the Gabriel a good choice when in the hunt for low-profile cooling solutions.

 

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Inside of the outer packaging, you find two cardboard compartments stuffed into the sections of the box we just saw. The top section houses the fan, while the lower section houses the paperwork, the cooler body, and a box of hardware under the cooler.

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