The description here wouldn’t be much different from the one for the 240 mm version. There are basically no differences besides the size of the radiator.
The box is robust and sturdy. With a green-and-grey colour scheme, it isn’t a very eye-catching design. On the backside, you can see the features of the cooler, as well as the specifications. Nothing that wasn’t expected here, but to be honest, the layout is a bit messy, and it could have been done better. Let’s have a peek at what’s inside.
Here, you’ll find the unit, consisting of the radiator, tubing and pump/cooling block, two 140 mm Deepcool fans, a manual, and some installation accessories. You’ll also find the backplate, screws, washers, and thumbscrew caps inside.
The most interesting part here is the dedicated RGB controller. This tiny device allows users who don’t have a motherboard that can adjust RGB settings to manually control illumination effects.