Packaging is similar to every other Dark Rock Pro cooler we have seen. Mostly black, with the silver stripe and use of white and orange lettering we have the Dark Rock Pro 4 shown above its name. Also boldly printed is the TDP, while the features are presented in the much smaller text.
The next panel offers four images which correspond to the features. Be Quiet chose to highlight the virtually inaudible operation, immense cooling performance, its dual-tower design, and the user-friendly elegance.
On the back, we see three, dimensional renderings, across the top to help ensure a proper fit with the chassis and motherboard. Below is a list of specifications, but there is much more information to be had if you look for the product online.
If living under a rock is your thing, and you have never seen or heard of Be Quiet in the past, the last panel is used to explain what they are all about and what goes into the mix when planning and designing a cooler from them.
The internal packaging is also top-notch. The cooler is flanked on both sides with thick, dense foam, and the hardware and paperwork are slid into a notch, ensuring nothing touches. There is also a provided screwdriver for mounting included, which rides in the side of the foam. The measures taken here are all appreciated, as aside from a bit of dust, the cooler is in excellent condition for us to progress with the review.
Last updated: Jun 16, 2020 at 04:31 pm CDT
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