As always, the packaging -- well, everything is packaged, cushioned and bundled safely in the box. Let's rip that packaging open.
Once opened up you'll spot the liquid cooling unit consisting of the radiator, fan, tubing, pump/cooling block. Mostly pre-fitted and ready to use of course. Everything is carefully packaged and individually wrapped in plastic.
You'll spot a backplate that support a wide variety of CPU sockets; Intel LGA 2011 / 1366 / 1156 / 1155 / 1150 / 775 and AMD Socket FM2 / FM1 / AM3+ / AM3 / AM2+ / AM2 based processors can be used in combination with this cooler. That's extensive socket support alright.
Liquid CPU Cooler
Mounting kit for all modern CPU sockets
Dual High Performance Fans 600~2400 RPM
Fan and radiator mounting screws
Rubber anti-resonating pad
Quick Start Guide
So summed up, once unboxed you'll spot the cooling unit consisting of the radiator assembly, fans and brackets + backplate that supports a very wide range of AMD and Intel processors.
Here we have the Seidon 240M unit, we'll need to mount the two variable PWM fans (each 120mm), with the pump and radiator assembled in one single unit. Both fans are pre-wired on one connector and are controlled from a RPM/PWM controller on your motherboard or, if preferred, a fan controller. We'll show you that later on in the article.
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