The front of the packaging features a black background, and offers streaks of paint, and a red swipe across the middle. The words "Phobya Pure Performance Watercooling - Kit" are displayed in white text. We also see the blue Phobya creature posing off to the left.
We again have the blue guy to the left, but this time we are given Phobya's web address in the red accent stripe, just in case you need some more information on the individual parts enclosed in this packaging.
The back offers the naming we saw on the front, and below that we find a list of features. The list covers advantages for overclocking, a quality control warranty, a statement that the kit is the latest in cooling technology, the expandability of this kit, as well as the fact that assembly is required. There are also eight icons along the bottom denoting the entire list of product types included in the kit.
The other smaller end of the box is less generic, as we see the sticker specific to our Pure Performance Kit 240LT that is inside. Also, in three languages to the left of the image, we get a complete and detailed listing of what the included parts are.
Along with a few bits of packing paper to fill the gaps, inside of the larger box we find all of the components and goodies that come in this kit. At this point, it looks like we are in good hands with what we have been given, as it seems we have everything we could possibly need to get things assembled and running.
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