Date: March 14th, 2007
Article by: Jackie Mueller (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Thermaltake USA
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS AND FEATURES (From Thermaltake)
At first glance the Symphony Mini has the appearance of a speaker (which is the intended look) or an air filtration device rather than a liquid cooling system. It's compatible with a wide variety of processors and although the AM2 isn't listed in the specs, instructions for mounting the waterblock on an AM2 chip are included . Most all of the parts are contained within the Mini itself including a reservoir that is already full of coolant out of the box. That was a pleasant surprise.
The Symphony Mini is packed in a huge box that prominently displays it on the front. On the back are features and specs.
Foam blocks on the top and bottom of the unit along with plastic wrapping protect it during shipment. All accessories and other small parts are safely stored in the bottom foam blocks and held securely in place with tape.
With all the packaging materials gone, here's what we have. The Mini of course, copper waterblock, an extra bottle of coolant, filling bottle, mounting brackets and tape, pci slot bracket, screws and clamps, thermal paste, and instruction manual. Let's take a closer look at both the Mini itself and the individual parts.