Cooler Master Nepton 280L Review
Published: 28th March 2014 | Source: Cooler Master | Price: £104.99 |
Up Close: Packaging and contents
Brand image is important and those of you who have played any of the various "name the brand" browser games will know just how set into our psyche's logos and even colours can be. With this in mind, we're willing to bet that even with the graphics and logos removed most PC enthusiasts would have no trouble identifying this as a Cooler Master product. Branding image aside, the box is still informative with images and details of specification and key features.
Popping the lid open reveals the now common egg box card packaging, with plenty of polythene bags and sheets being used to keep the dust off the goods within.
Aside from the rad and pump assembly you also get a good selection of screws and brackets, along with a universal back plate. As with the 140XL Cooler Master have coupled the 280L with some of their rather sexy and very effective 140mm JetFlo fans.
The instructions come as a CD box sized concertina and are informative and clear. The sheet is divided up so as to separate the processes for Intel and AMD