The H110 is supplied in a larger box than the H100i, hinting at the larger size of the unit within. It’s decorated in an attractive red and black livery which features a large image of the cooler on the front.
Turning the box around reveals some more details about the cooler, including some basic temperature comparison graphs. The box feels quite good quality and should do a good job of protecting the cooler in transit.
Inside the box, we find a plethora of bundled accessories. Most of these are related to the mounting mechanism which is more complicated than that of the H100i. There are also a pair of Corsair branded fans included alongside an installation guide. We would like to see Corsair including two PWM fan splitters and a second set of fan screws with the cooler, for those who want to use a push-pull configuration.Corsair Hydro H110 Review,