The top of the box is where Reeven shows what the Brontes has to offer along with a large image of the cooler. We see this is LGA1151 ready as well as supporting AM1 sockets, we see that this is the RC-1001b version, and we also see all of the compatibility and a reference to low-profile RAM being needed to use this cooler with AM1.
On this side panel of the Brontes, we are told of its size, and why this cooler should be chosen for use. To the right of the text, we also see the cooler from the side, with 5.9cm being marked for the overall height.
Six cautionary statements are found at the top of this panel, and to be honest, these are all common sense points being made. These are also repeated at the bottom, to cover the other primary market in which Reeven coolers are sold.
This side explains that this cooler is made in Taiwan, and below that, it delivers the specifications chart in seven languages. Each of the categories is listed from top to bottom, and to the right of all of the versions of the chart, this is where you will find the ratings for each.
The last panel on the box showing something worth a mention is found here. There is a QR-code, the primary site address as well as the sales address, a bar code with the RC-1001b model number in it, and four renderings to the right, two of which show dimensions along with them.
Inside of the box, we find the Reeven Brontes almost entirely assembled and ready to go. The cooler is packed into a layer of cardboard which has been cut out to allow the cooler to rest in it and keep it from moving around inside of the box. At the left, we find a small thin box containing all of the hardware needed to use the Brontes with whatever motherboard you choose.
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- Page 1 [Introduction, Specifications, and Pricing]
- Page 2 [Packaging]
- Page 3 [Reeven Brontes RC-1001b CPU Cooler]
- Page 4 [Accessories and Documentation]
- Page 5 [Installation and Finished Product]
- Page 6 [Test System Setup, Thermal Tests, and Noise Results]
- Page 7 [Final Thoughts]
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