The front of the Samurai ZZ's packaging is pretty busy with all the bits of information surrounding an image of the cooler. As you can see, this cooler offers varied compatibility and things like the F.P.S. and VTMS are also listed here.
The right side offers a description of four key features.
On the back Scythe has a large box displaying the terms of the warranty outside of Japan. Below to the left is a request that you read the instructions. To the right there is an electrical shock warning, just in case you like working on your PC with the power on.
The left holds a nice image of the base flanked by a list of what is included in the box. The bottom half is covered in a multi-lingual specifications chart.
The top of the package offers a look at the VTMS clips included for mounting. As I said, these are very simple to use.
Inside the thick cardboard outer package you will find the cooler wedged inside by the cardboard now under the hardware. The Samurai ZZ cooler is also supported with a dual layer of cardboard between the fins and the F.P.S. just in case there are any bumps during shipping. As you will see, my sample arrived in great shape, so this is definitely sufficient.
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