As always, the packaging -- so that you know what to look for in the stores. Everything is packaged and bundled safely in styrofoam. But let's open the kit up.
Once unboxed you'll spot the cooling unit consisting of the heatsink assembly, fans and brackets + back plates that support a wide variety of Intel 775, 1156, 1366 and AMD AM2, AM2+, AM3 processors. Also a little thermal paste is included. The fans are preinstalled, but for installation will need to come off again.
The fan design is based on two 800~2200 RPM fans in push-pull configuration. The entire automotive theme definitely applies thanks to tough shrouds on the fans and that top cover.
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