The blue on black packaging is very catchy and eye appealing, and using a powered up image of the 120 Extreme doesn't hurt the looks one bit. There should be no doubt in your mind what you are getting inside with this packaging.
On this side there are the specifications for the cooler, fans, and the included thermal compound.
The rear of the package continues the blue on black theme, but this time it has the features, included parts and the compatibility list over the top.
The last side of the package is used to display a few images of the cooler along with one of the compound, and another of the fan controller included within.
After opening the box, I was surprised to see yet another box packed inside of it.
Now we are getting somewhere. Opening the inner box reveals a box full of hardware, which I removed. I do want you to see just how much care is taken to assure the Tower 120 Extreme a safe ride to your house. Not only is the cooler surrounded in a form fitting, plastic, clam shell package, Tuniq actually adds some high density foam to both sides to prevent any crushing damages.
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