The Seidon 120M’s packaging follows Cooler Master’s traditional style. An image of the waterblock is shown on the box’s front side, as well as some of the cooler’s key points.
Detailed attributes are outlined on the rear of the box, alongside annotated drawings showing specific dimensions of the Seidon 120M’s components.
Cooler Master supplies a thorough bundle consisting of; installation hardware, an extra set of screws for dual fan operation, a manual and warranty guide, and a small tube of thermal paste.
We are pleased to see the tube of thermal paste as it allows users to install and remove the waterblock on numerous occasions; many of Corsair’s models will require a tube of thermal paste to be purchased. Hopefully this is the case with retail versions of the Seidon 120M.