Accessories and Documentation
We have the bulky components of the mounting hardware on display in this image. At the top is the cross-bar, which locks the base of the cooler to the shiny metal top ring below it. The top ring supports Intel and AMD and is marked so that it is installed correctly. On the right is the universal backplate with Intel labeled on one side, and AMD on the other.
The rest of the mounting gear is what we have now. The knurled nuts lock the studs in place, but after the white plastic spacers are under the top ring from the last image. At the bottom, we find the LGA2011/2066 studs, and to the right of them are the isolation washers that go on the backplate before installation on the motherboard.
Even though the Justice II comes with a single fan, Reeven wants to leave you with the option for additional performance by giving us four wire fan clips. We also found a syringe of Reeven thermal Grease, suitable for a few application attempts.
On the box, we saw that this fan is called the Zephyros II, but now we can see it in full form. Using a black frame with significant rubber contact points for isolation, this nine-bladed fan has four slots in each of the highly stylized blades. Reeven is trying some fan magic to lower noise, while hopefully keeping similar performance to the original cooler.
The manual comes folded, and once laid open, you find a parts guide to start things off. As for the instructions, the renderings are good enough to get you through the process, but we also notice very little in the form of textual information. However, with this guide, we had the cooler installed and ready for pictures in less than five minutes.
Last updated: Jan 18, 2020 at 06:11 am CST