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Reeven NAIA 240 CPU Cooler Review

By: Chad Sebring | CPU Liquid Coolers in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Feb 23, 2018 12:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 97%Manufacturer: Reeven

Packaging

 

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The front of the box is black and is accented with a bright yellow stripe to match the Reeven name at the top. The cooler is on full display in the middle of the panel, and this advanced AIO 240mm CPU Liquid CPU Cooler has nine features worth mentioning here, and the compatibility is shown to the right.

 

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One of the longer side panels of the box simply offers the Naia name in black letters, in a large field of bright yellow.

 

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Both of the smaller sides of the box are identical in every detail. We see the company name, product name, as well as an image of the cooler, and we can also see that the box is sealed at the factory with four stickers in total.

 

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The second longer side panel offers a bit more than the last. The product name and description are in the black stripe, while the larger yellow section is used to display the specifications in seven languages.

 

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The back of the box has much to discuss as well. We see a mention of the two-year warranty, and we also see four images. The images cover the base plate, the minimized evaporation, the customizable coolant level and color, and the Coldwing fans. The renderings after the pictures are dimensional drawings, to make certain the customer knows what they are getting before they walk to the counter.

 

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Inside of the box, we find a tray made of recycled cardboard jam-packed full of stuff. The radiator is kept to one side, with the tubing and the head unit separated from it. In the middle, we can see the container of hardware, the bottle of extra coolant, as well as the pair of fans. While the Naia 240 is quite dusty, it is in very good shape for us to get a closer look at.

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