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Date: July 19th, 2010
Article by: Stefan Smith (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited By: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Thermaltake
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PRODUCT COMPOSITION



The Thermaltake Frio comes in a box that is best described as big and heavy with the box having dimensions of 8.5" x 9.5" x 5" approx. and weighing close to 3lbs all together.




Inside the box you will find the heat sink securely packed with one fan installed, the second fan and a small cardboard box full of accessories packed either side of the box. The second fan can be installed with relative ease with the use of four mounts once the user has the cooler out of its box.



Thermaltake saw fit to include every possible mounting option with the cooler. With support for LGA775, 1156 & 1366 along with AM2/AM3 processors and with a total cooling capacity of 220w its already looking good for the Frio. The user guide is situated on the top of the packaging as soon as you open the box along with the warranty information.

 

 


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