The Liqtech 240 comes in the typical AIO cardboard packaging, but this time the color theme is black with a red accent. On the front of the box, under the image and the naming, are six features of this cooler, and it even shows compatibility.
Both of the longer (let's say top and bottom panels) look identical, and on the black background we find the Enermax name and logo in the northwest corner. The center is then reserved for the Liqtech 240 naming.
The right side panel does not offer much more than the last panel did; although, this time we do get to see the cooler, and we get a red stripe at the bottom.
On the back of the box you will find the list of nine features at the top left, and going clockwise, we see the application view, the dimensions of the components, as well as a pretty full specs chart.
The left side of the package is completely red and black, with white text telling us (in twelve different languages) that this is an AIO with high performance in mind.
Just like many other AIO offerings, the Liqtech 240 arrives inside of a recycled cardboard inner tray. This tray, along with the various plastic bags, keeps the components separated, and free from damages or scratches.
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