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ID-Cooling SE 214X CPU Cooler Review

By: Chad Sebring | CPU Air Coolers in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: May 26, 2015 5:20 pm
TweakTown Rating: 92%Manufacturer: ID-Cooling





Using black for the backdrop, ID-Cooling has their name at the top followed by the TDP and product name. We also see a large-ish image of the cooler in the center, and even below, they make note to point out nine features of this design.





Along with the bold yellow bit at the top covering what is inside, the lower section offers features again. This time there are images of the actual cooler presented, and test following to explain about the base, clearances, the fan, the Aluminum Stick Support, and all metal hardware.




On to the back of the box is where we find the specifications. Eleven languages first cover the specification titles for each line, and then you match that line to the numbers given in the bottom right corner.




To cover just about everything we did on the page previous to this, right on the box of the last panel, we find not only the socket compatibility at the top, but also three renderings of the cooler with dimensions of all aspects needed.




Opening the box, you end up finding that the paperwork and hardware box. At this time, we slid everything out to see how the cooler is shipped. Under the hardware is very dense foam used to hold onto the top of the cooler and keep it centered. At the base, there is a lesser dense foam used to sort of cradle the base. While this worked well to get the cooler here, there is a bit of fin bending that occurred near the bottom of the cooler in transit.

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