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Thursday, 29 April 2010 07:06

CoolIT ECO A.L.C. reviewed - 2. Packaging

Written by Sanjin Rados


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Review: CoolIT ECO Advanced Liquid Cooling







ECO A.L.C. box is small but tough and packs a lot of info. Everything you’d like to know is on the sides of the box, down to the details. 

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Upper left corner features CoolIT’s award which the company received on CES for its new designs and innovation.   

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The box measures 22.5 x 15 x 18.5cm, which is smaller than most cooling packages. Still, as you can see the ECO A.L.C. is pretty safe within the box.

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Within the box you’ll find everything you need: ECO A.L.C. preconfigured for mounting on Intel’s processors, a backplate for socket 1366, backplate for socket 1156, backplate for socket 775, 2x bracket for AMD processors, 4x screws for the case (and mounting ECO’s fan/radiator) and an installation manual that fit onto an A4 page, which says enough on just how simple it is to mount this device.

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