Accessories and Documentation
Inside of the white box, we found the basics to getting the LEPA NEOllusion mounted. At the top is the crossbar which mounts the cooler to the hardware below. On the left side are the Intel top brackets, in the middle is the universal backplate and to the right is a set of AMD brackets which screw to the Intel brackets so that all four orientations of cooler installation are possible.
The sheet of clear plastic stickers are intended to fit the backplate when AMD motherboards are used, and the small screws to the right of it are used to mount the top brackets to each other. There is also a tube of thermal paste and an LGA775 pre-load spacer at the top.
The lower row of parts includes the plastic spacers that go over the standoffs, and we use the four nuts and springs to secure the top brackets. All that is left is the hardware for mounting this cooler to LGA2011 motherboards.
If you should choose to desire the fan to run at full speed, you can connect the fan cable to the Molex adapter. Should the desire be to use the fan at near half its rated capabilities, you can choose to use the braided extension with a built in resistor. At the bottom, we find the remote. Not only does it offer plenty of color and mode options, but it also comes inside of a rubber sleeve, and has four magnets on the back of it so it can be attached to the chassis.
The manual that comes with the NEOllusion is to the point, but well done. There is a parts list with descriptions of what all of the parts do, and it eases you through the mounting instructions in a step-by-step fashion. Even if this is the first cooler you have ever installed, this manual will make mounting it as simple as it can be.
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- Page 1 [Introduction, Specifications, and Pricing]
- Page 2 [Packaging]
- Page 3 [LEPA NEOllusion CPU Cooler]
- 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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