Raijintek Triton Review
Up Close: Packaging and Contents
The Triton comes in a fairly large box with images and data relating to the product inside given on the exterior. Inside we find the reason. In the absence of formed egg box cardboard Raijintek have used normal cardboard with cut outs and a decent amount of distance between items to prevent them damaging each other. Looks to us that you could get another cooler in there!
Along with the radiator and pump assembly you also get separate bags for all the required screws and fixings for a whole raft of Intel and AMD CPUs. A wrap of TIM and a little plastic spatula reminiscent of the things I used to chase the bubble gum ball round the bottom of a screw ball ice cream with are also included. Even the inobservant amongst you will have noticed the 3 bottles of colourant that Raijintek make available for you to dye the coolant in your system.
The two white bladed fans are rated between 1000 and 2600rpm, which with a given noise level of 36.6d(B)A at full tatt are likely to be quite noisy. Thankfully they can be slowed with the attached rheostat down to a quite respectable 21.6d(B)A. Doubtless though this will have an effect on performance.
The instructions aren't the clearest in the world, but there's enough info there for the average idiot to stumble through the fitting process should they need to refer to them.