The Thermaltake Frio Extreme ships in a large box with a picture of the cooler on the front. There are some details here, such as support for LGA2011 and the included fan controller. Thermaltake rate the cooler as capable of handling 250W of heat output.
The cooler and fans ship protected inside thick, soft foam. Installation instructions are placed on top of the foam.
The fans are stored in a separate section of the padding, alongside a little box containing some components required for installation.
The little fan controller can accept two fans, built for the Frio Extreme. There is a fan controller knob and a switch to allow for direct, or PWM control.
The accessory package contains all the necessary items for installation on Intel and AMD platforms. There is a backplate, screws, thermal paste and a various screws and bolts. We will look at this in more detail later in the review.
The Frio Extreme Cooler ships with two large 140mm fans. These are coloured blue and are rated to spin between 1,200 rpm and 1,800 rpm. No noise emission information is detailed, but we will look at these shortly.