Accessories and Documentation
The bag on the left has a set of four rubber washers to isolate the backplate, and also provides us with four white plastic standoffs to support the top plate to the right of them.
Moving further to the right is the universal backplate, and in the bag to the far right are all of the AMD and Intel extra bits to get the hardware mounted to the motherboard. We also found a spatula for spreading paste, which we have at the bottom.
The sealed bag at the left contains the eight long fan screws and eight short screws to mount the radiator into a chassis. To the right of it is the 24-pin adapter, which plugs into the PSU, and allows the PSU to be jumped to test run the Naia 240 via the 3-pin fan plug on it. We also found a one gram tube of thermal grease, enough for a mount or two.
The fans used are standard in size, with the 120mm square nature of them, and the fans being 25mm thick, and both have a sleeved cable with a 4-pin PWM fan connection on them. What is different about these is that the Reeven RY1223S1688-WP fans spin eleven thin blades inside of the frame, rather than fewer blades which are wider.
On the left is a 100-milliliter bottle of water mixed with Propylene Glycol. It is sent to top off the loop right out of the gate, or later in the cooler's lifespan. Along with that, you are also sent a bottle of red, blue, and yellow dye, which can be used alone or in any combination to get custom colors. There is also a sucker tool, which extracts liquid, but could also be used to extract fluid from the bottles and drop it in with more precision.
Last but not least is the installation guide. Features, a parts list, and AMD mounting starts things off on one side. Once it is flipped over, two versions of Intel mounts are shown, and as long as you follow the guide, there should be no issues with use, customizing, or leak testing the Naia 240.
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- Page 1 [Introduction, Specifications, and Pricing]
- Page 2 [Packaging]
- Page 3 [Reeven Naia 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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