Even while using a plain brown cardboard box, FSP never fail to make it interesting. The company name, logo, and chassis name are in the black bar on the left, while a rendering of the chassis along with some sort of goddess used to fill the space. Also, note the notation for Addressable RGB support at the bottom-right corner.
On the right side of the box, we find all of the naming and notifications at the top this time, while the bulk of the panel is used to display a specifications chart which offers more details than the one we borrowed from the product page for the previous section of this review.
FSP uses the back of the box to offer an exploded diagram of the chassis along with pointers for four features. Across the bottom, next to the CMT340 name, we see dual USB 3.0, dual radiator support, use of tempered glass, and the inclusion of four addressable RGB fans explained as to what we being pointed to above.
The left side of the box starts off like the right side did, but features follow, with the compact design and stunning good looks mentioned this time too. Lower on the panel is where you find the company information, where it is made, stickers with codes and warnings, and even the address to go to if a deeper look into the chassis is required at the point of purchase.
To protect the chassis, the outsides of the glass panels are covered with plastic, and then the entire chassis is placed into a plastic bag. While that all keeps the surfaces from getting scratched, and keeps paint from being rubbed off, it is the thick dense foam caps at the top and bottom that take the big hits. We have not complaints in this arrangement, as the CMT340 is in fabulous condition, and is more than ready to have more images taken of it.