ZEROtherm puts out an eye catching, purplish package to house their new GPU cooler, the CoolMaxx 2000. That purplish colouring hides the ghosted image of the actual cooler. A bit more boldly, there are seven features shown for this cooler.
Here, ZEROtherm addresses the innovative design, the manual speed control, heatpipes, fan and the fact it can be used on both ATI and NVIDIA GPU's.
The rear of the CoolMaxx 2000's packaging lists a specifications chart, which differs slightly from the website, and a compatibility list. The compatibility list is small, but this cooler will fit any cooler with 75.4mm diagonal spacing. To the right, ZEROtherm shows what else is enclosed in the accessory box inside.
This side of the packaging is a bit more on the boring side, not too much to discuss other than bar codes.
Opening the outer package, I found this white box inner. Don't get too frustrated when trying to pull this out, but I will tell you, it is snugly held into place by friction and vacuum. However, I prevailed, and with a bit of brute force, this is what I saw. The cooler is allowed to move around a bit in shipping, but I found it does no damage to the cooler itself. The thick part at the bottom of the white box is where the hardware and accessories are housed.
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