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Only part of the hardware delivered, is seen here. We have the USB cable which connects the head unit to the motherboard on the left, and the AMD mounting bracket is in the middle. To the right is the universal Intel back plate, while AMD users are required to use their stock motherboard bracket to lock the cooler down.
More of the mounti9ng hardware is seen here. At the top, on the left are the four nuts to secure the head unit to Intel sockets, while on the right are a pair of screws to secure it to AMD sockets. At the bottom, we have a set of four standoffs for LGA2100/2066, and all other Intel sockets use the set of four standoffs to the right.
Since this is a 360mm radiator based cooler, it needs a ton of screws. There are twenty-four washers to space off the longer screws. The longer screws are used to mount fans, and there are enough of them to use the cooler in a push/pull configuration, but the extra three fans will need to be purchased separately. Corsair also sends a set of twelve short screws, making it possible to mount the radiator directly to the chassis.
The three 120mm fans come with black frames surrounding seven gray blades. There are no rubber pads to help isolate the fans from the chassis or the radiator, and the sticker on the back of them makes no mention of them being from the ML-Series.
Also found in the box is the guide which shows which socket uses which parts, how to change out the mounting bracket, and where to go to get the LINK software. Corsair also provides a guide to what is covered for five years under warranty, along with an insert specific to AUS users.
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