Cooler Master Nepton 120XL and 240M AIO CPU Coolers Review


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The packaging for the coolers is very similar and again, the main difference is due to the different sizes of the coolers.  The front of the boxes features a nice image of the cooler to be found inside, giving users an idea of what to expect. Looking around the sides and back of the back, users will be able to find a full specifications list and more info regarding the desired cooler they are looking at which will help them decide if this is the cooler for them or not.

Opening the boxes up and users will be able to see the coolers are very well packed and protected. Cooler master have used a few plastic bags to help ensure things don’t get scratched up while inside the box and they have even formed the cardboard inside the box to best protect the cooler and fans.

As you would expect, there is quite a few different things inside the boxes. Firstly, you will see the radiator and pump combo and a nice pair of Silencio fans for each cooler. Once these are out of the box it is now time to take a look at all the hardware that comes with them, both of the coolers can be mounted on a wide range of AMD and Intel sockets and as such, there is quite a bit of mounting hardware included making sure users have everything they need to get these Nepton coolers installed as quickly and easily as possible.


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