Scythe packages the Yasya in a black box with bold accents of orange, green and blue, highlighting features and compatibility. Centre stage is a view of the Yasya and just above is a look at the included fan controller.
The bold orange arrows lead you to the side. Here Scythe explains in more detail what each feature is.
The back holds the support information up top, warranty information in the middle and a brief warning about electrical shock at the bottom.
Scythe used this panel to highlight and display everything you need to know. A good look at the coolers base in the image, the mounting systems or VTMS, the specifications and a parts list can all be found right here.
The cooler sits snugly. Scythe pack the hardware on the bottom, found in the white box, and surrounds the base with a layer of cardboard to support the cooler. Alongside the cooler there is a piece of cardboard separating the fan from the cooler, but they act to hold each other snugly in place inside the cardboard box. Just as an added precaution, Scythe also tops the cooler with a layer cut to surround the pipes ends and keep the top half from shifting about during its travels.
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