The GFXChilla is supplied within a black and purple cardboard box that seems to be reasonably robust. Inside the box, the cooler is encased in a plastic tray which provides an extra layer of protection.
The back of the box displays some information about the cooler alongside a blueprint to give you an insight into its design. Inside the box we find a plethora of mounting accessories alongside an installation guide and some thermal paste.
Coolink have used simple design for the cooler, comprising of four 6mm heatpipes connecting the copper block to the large aluminium heatsink which lies on top. This has a very low-profile design so, when installed, the graphics card will only take up two PCI slots. On the top of the heatsink there are two 80mm fans which spin at 2000rpm and draw power from a motherboard header. Thankfully these are a good quieter than the fan on Zotac’s stock cooler.