The packaging is dark and slightly damaged in transit due to the way it left ID Cooling. On the black background, we get most of the radiator in view as well as the head unit, but sadly no fans in view. At the bottom, there is the notation to Aura Sync compatibility, next to a list of four more features of the Auraflow 240.
One of the longer sides of the box delivers three images. Repeated in a few languages, we are told about the colorful system where both the head unit and fans support RGB control via the motherboard. We then are told of the copper plate and high flow rate design of the pump, leaving the image of the sleeved tubing.
On this shorter end of the box, things start with the ID Cooling name and logo. We then see the RGB ring around the 240 with the product name just below. The bottom is used to show three of the possible 16.8 million options the head unit will produce.
The second longer side panel offers three renderings of the Auraflow 240. The first of them shows the entire cooler, to get an idea of what all is entailed. The second image is used to show the width of the radiator and the height of the head unit. The last of the images shows the thickness and length of the radiator as well as the width of the head unit in both directions.
The second smaller side panel is much like we saw on the other end. However, this time, at the bottom, we find the part number and barcode, the serial number and barcode, and that it is made in China.
On the back, we are offered a specifications chart which covers what we addressed on the last page. ID Cooling also includes the socket compatibility and information about ID cooling to the right.
Using recycled cardboard on the inside to separate all of the components is typical, but the amount of gear found in the ID Cooling Auraflow is more than many others offer. Everything is either covered in plastic, in a bag or contained in a box to ensure the safety of them. Considering the damage to the box, we are a bit shocked to see everything inside came through the trip unharmed.
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- Page 1 [Introduction, Specifications, and Pricing]
- Page 2 [Packaging]
- Page 3 [ID Cooling Auraflow 240 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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