Corsair H110i GT Review
Up Close: Packaging and Contents
The H110i GT comes in a sturdy black box, the exterior of which has images of the cooler as well as handy technical details and features of the product inside.
Opening the box up we're greeted with the now very familiar planet saving (and cost saving) egg box card insert, into which the cooler is nestled. The cooler is further protected from knocks and scratches by a massive polyethylene bag.
The provided multi language instructions are comprehensive and cover the installation onto both AMD and Intel CPUs. There's also a problem finding section at the back for when things don't go quite as planned. Fittings seem a bit sparse but all the bases are covered here even if Corsair do leave you to sift through a single bag of fittings for the ones you want.
Also in the box are a pair of Corsair brushless fans. The fans run at 2100rpm, outputting 113 CFM of air with a static pressure of 3.99mm H20 at a rated 43dB(A). This High decibel reading that has us a little concerned.