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Packed under the cooler in the box you will find a couple of bags containing the wiring for the Cryo LX. On the left is the wall inverter to supply power to the Cryo LX. On the right you see a pair of cables. The one on the left is to power the fans via USB on the laptop, just in case you don't have access to power while using this cooler. The cable on the right is a USB transfer cable. This must be in place to allow things like mice or headsets to send the signal to one port on the notebook. Essentially you use one port on the laptop to gain usage of four on the Cryo LX.
The instructions are very simple, and explain what I was telling you about the included cables. Aside from these instructions there really isn't much more to know since I already showed you how to gain access to the fans for maintenance.
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