On top of bunches of little Swiftech logos, they proudly put an image of the H220-X in the center, displaying the reservoir backlit in white LED, and the four color options for the water block. They also show off the warranty, compatibility, and offer a brief statement behind the design.
This panel offers a bit of "behind the scenes" into what makes the design comfortably audible, substantially better in performance, why it is essentially plug-and-play ready, how it is expandable, how it offers low maintenance, and the total control offered in this design. They also include a few charts for the noise and performance that they were able to produce in their testing.
Both of the smaller ends are kept simple, offering only a small Swiftech name and logo at the top left, with the H220-X displayed largely across the middle, making this very easy to spot.
Here, at the left side, you are given a brief history and a statement regarding why you should feel comfortable buying Swiftech products. To the right, we find listings of the package contents; all of which gets repeated in many languages to cover Swiftech's customer base.
The bottom of the box is where we find the many specifications charts in a more simplified form. To the right, there is also a pair of dimensional renderings, so installation is easy to if your chassis will allow the H220-X to properly mount to it.
As many AIOs are, the H220-X is packed in a recycled cardboard, compartmentalized, tray that keeps all the bits safe and sound without touching each other during transit. There is also a dense foam pad that tops everything to keep things well in their place, and in our instance, it allowed our H220-X to arrive in terrific condition.
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