Here we have the fans. You get two of these, both 120mm and PWM based as stated. Overall these are pretty good fans, once the fan reaches full RPM (roughly 600~2400) you will hear them. Realistically in non-overclocked conditions they remain absolutely silent.
When we flip it around we see the radiator a little better. Easy to mount, most big-tower chassis' have pre-fitted holes and space for 240mm rads.
When we flip the CPU cooling block / pump around we see an all copper base. Not exactly a mirror / lapped finish though but definitely very flat. You'll notice that quite a bit of wiring leads towards the cooling block, this is for the pump residing in that block.
What I like is that the top side of the block is really small and not blasted with logos and bright LEDs etc. The tubing I find to be rather thin though, and could hurt cooling performance.
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