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Spire TherMax Eclipse II Cooler Review

The TherMax Eclipse II is supplied inside a fairly large cardboard box with a small clear window at its front side. The window is too small to provide a clear view of the entire cooler and only the main fan is clearly visible. A small picture of the cooler can be seen at the lower front side of the package, while the sides and rear detail the features. Inside the box the cooler is encased inside a plastic shell body, ensuring its safety during transportation.

Spire bundled only the absolutely necessary parts with their TherMax Eclipse II cooler, no fancy trinkets or case badges are to be found inside this package. The bundle consists of the main backplate and the necessary retention brackets needed for the installation of the cooler, a small amount of “bluefrost” thermal compound, rubber installation studs for the fans, a typical black and white manual and a warranty card.

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