Raijintek Morpheus GPU Cooler Review
Up Close: Packaging and Contents
The Morpheus comes boxed with very little in the way of internal protection, that said, our review sample arrived in perfect condition. We're not entirely sure as to the relevance of the image of an aircraft carrier to the job in hand or the name Morpheus, but at least it looks manly and impressive.
With everything carefully removed from the box we bigin to sift our way through the contents. And boy is there a lot to sift through. Along with the main cooler Raijintek also supply a great selection of small Aluminium heatsinks designed to be attached to the RAM on the chosen board. You also get a more than generous helping of double sided adhesive tabs. Enough we think to do the job twice. There's also a larger single piece heatsink designed for the VRMs and again more than enough TIM putty to enable this to be done a few times. Also included in the pack is a small pack of conventional TIM along with Spring clips for 120mm fans, all the screws you'll need and a universal fitting bracket.
The Raijintek fans we used for the review didn't come inside the box are not supplied with the cooler at the point of purchase. This might seem a little bit stingy however it does leave you free to select your own, or use fans you already have to keep the cost down. The final item in the box is the sheet of fold out multi language instructions.