Corsair H75 Review
Up Close: Packaging and Contents
The H75 comes in a fairly mature and understated black box, with key features and technical specifications being presented in a multi language format.
Opening the box reveals the instruction booklet and a thin foam padding strip overlying the contents beneath. Corsair have opted for the ever more popular "egg box" cardboard packaging as a means of separating the items internally and preventing them from damaging each other. While the egg box packing might not be as substantial as expanded polystyrene our experience has shown that its well up to the job, and of course is more eco friendly. We also suspect it might be cheaper which is another good reason for Corsair to use it as it ultimately brings the cost to the consumer down.
Lifting out all our eggs in one basket we can dig in and see what goodies lie within.
Aside from the 120mm rad and cold plate with integral pump we get a pair of 120mm SP120L fans, and a multi socket back plate with a sliding location pin as opposed to the more usual notched hole method, we anticipate this will make fitting even easier than usual.
There's also a separate AMD mounting plate (the H75 comes with the intel plate factory mounted but it can easily be removed and swapped). Mounting hardware for the fans and cooler are packed into separate packs to avoid confusion. There's also a Y splitter allowing both fans to be plugged into the same 4 pin header.