The packaging is fancy, using shiny cardboard and high-end graphics. We see that the left of the front panel is used to display the FSP name and logo, with CMT510 PC Case shown below. The bulk of the panel is used to display the front of the chassis in three different colors, and along with blue flames behind the cases, we see that the CMT510 is RGB capable and that one should be careful handling the box.
The right side offers the FSP name and logo at the top, next to a mention of the dual USB 3.0 ports. Lower, under the handle, is a specifications chart, while at the bottom, we find the addresses for FSP along with the site address.
Of course, this may be the front of the box, but it was hard to tell, and we are calling this the back panel. Nearly everything found on the opposing panel is seen here, but we do get the chassis in full view this time, lit up with blue lighting to match the flames.
Much of what is found on the side panels is repeated too, but this time instead of specifications we find the list of features. Also rather than addresses, we see icons and barcodes.
With plastic on the pout side of all of the glass panels, it is FSP's first line of defense. The chassis is wrapped in a bag to keep the paint from getting scuffed, and for the times when your shipment is not appropriately handled, FSP uses dense foam caps on the top and bottom. All of the parts together worked perfectly. The box may look a bit beat, but the chassis is in beautiful condition under all of this.
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- Page 2 [Packaging]
- Page 3 [FSP CMT510 RGB Mid-Tower Chassis]
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