Packaging is typical EKWB, with a white backdrop and orange highlights. Because the Supremacy EVO is a CSQ version, the box also has the same rings as the block, but that sticker says this is a new updated design. Right at the bottom, we are informed that this is the nickel/Plexi version, but that is not true.
On this side, we find a QR-code that takes you to the product page at EKWB. To the right of that we see the product naming, that this is a CPU water clock, and again they show we should have the nickel/Plexi variation rather than the copper/Plexi that is inside.
The entire box has circles on it to remind you of the original CSQ design. We also find the company information for support, the standard site, and even their address and telephone numbers if you need to make contact with them.
EK uses the back of the package to show some technical data, which is essentially the features list. After repeating this information three more times, over to the right we find there is also a contents section showing us what comes with the EVO, and an indication that fittings are not included.
Upon opening the inner package that slides out of the white sleeve, we are greeted with a thick bag of hardware under the instruction sheet. The block is underneath all of this, plus another layer of cardboard to keep it safe and damage free.
After removing the goodies and opening the lower section, we find the Supremacy EVO resting on a thin layer of dense foam to protect the base during transit. We also find that the block is sealed in a tamper-proof bag after it has been tested in the factory and passes quality control.
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- Page 1 [Introduction, Specifications, and Pricing]
- Page 2 [Packaging]
- Page 3 [EK Supremacy EVO Clear CSQ Copper/Plexi CPU Water Block]
- Page 4 [Accessories and Documentation]
- Page 5 [Installation and Finished Product]
- Page 6 [Test System Setup, Thermal Tests and Noise Results]
- Page 7 [Final Thoughts]
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