Accessories and Documentation
As we opened the hardware box, there is one large bag containing everything. Of which we picked out the most significant bits to show first. In the center is a packet of MX-4, good enough for at least two applications, with the Intel backplate surrounding it. On either side are the universal brackets which mount to the base of the cooler.
Four nuts secure the brackets to the hardware below it, and next to them are a pair of screws to mount the universal brackets to the base of the cooler. At the bottom are three sets of threaded risers, which give the proper height for the cooler on LGA2011(v3)/2066, LGA115X, and AM4 respectively, from left to right.
To save paper, a thick paper card is included, which offers a QR-code to reach the online manual for download. Along with that is a thank you card from ARCTIC for choosing their products, and on the inside, if you are unhappy, they offer web addresses to gain support or help. If you are happy, they ask that you express your contentment on social media to help them advertise.
Even though we have seen both sides of the fans, and we already covered what is found on the sticker of the BioniX P120 fans, at this time, we would like to address the connection. The fans have a lead long enough to connect to any motherboard CPU FAN headers but after the 4-pin PWM connector is another tail. If your motherboard does not offer a second one specific to the CPU, you can daisy-chain one fan to another, and they will share the same PWM signal.