On the front of the box we have a nice image of the Brocken ECO dead front and center. In the top right we can see the Alpenfohn logo and underneath the model, Brocken ECO.
One side of the box gives us a detailed explanation of the Wing Boost2 PWM fan that comes in the box.
The other side of the box has a diagram of the cooler with the dimensions so consumers can make sure the Brocken ECO will fit inside their case.
On the back of the box we can see the dimensions, specifications and CPU socket compatibility.
Upon opening the box we are immediately greeted with the back plate and installation guide.
The best thing to do now is flip the box upside down and let the weight pull the cooler out of the box. The reason for this being is inside the bottom of the packaging are all of the screws and rest of the mounting hardware.
Inside the box is of course all the mounting hardware that should fit most AMD and Intel sockets. There is also some Thermal paste and enough fan clips to install 2 x fans onto the Brocken ECO, though only 1 is provided.