Much like the previous chassis, the CMT330 is sent inside of a plain cardboard box, where FSP has made sure to include as much style and eye-grabbing art as possible. We can see the naming on the left side of the panel, but the bulk of it is used for the rendering of the chassis and the female warrior behind it.
The next panel we see is used to deliver the specifications of the CMT330. There is nothing on this chart that we did not already cover. In fact, the information is identical.
The back of the box offers up an exploded diagram of the chassis, where the doors are removed, a view of the interior layout is offered, and we can also see where the fans are located. The images at the bottom cover the numbered points, where the expansions slots are addressed, we see there is 360mm radiator support, what comes in the front I/O panel, and that there is a side panel window.
The last panel, along with offering company information at the bottom, is also used to cover some of the features. All of what is listed here has been covered at some point in this review already, but feel free to zoom in and have a peek at what they cover here.
With the chassis not weighing all that much, the interior packaging does not need to be very robust. The plastic on the window, the bag enveloping the chassis, and the thin foam caps were enough to get the FSP CMT330 mid-tower chassis to our door in one piece.
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