PackagingBox images were provided by Aerocool due to an external packaging redesign.
The Aerocool P7-L240 comes packaged in a large box that is roughly 35.2 cm long, 14.6 cm wide, and 24.9 cm high. The front shows an image of the unit and the Project 7 design focus. A small badge signifies that it's RGB ready. The left side mentions the liquid cooler's features in various languages. Meanwhile, the back lists the units various specifications for the pump and fans.
Moving to the right side, we again find the AIO's features listed in various languages. The top of the box lists its various features, but with images for some added flavor. The P7-H1 Hub is also shown, for those who use motherboards without RGB headers. However, said hub is not included. The bottom just has the Aerocool logo.
Opening the box, you will be greeted by a foam sheet below which is a typical cardboard tray that protects the cooler and its mounting hardware. The fans are, interestingly enough, pre-installed for your convenience.
Aerocool has made sure to provide everything you need to quickly and easily install their AIO cooler, even going so far as to include a dropper for adding coolant to the loop should you have to do so at some point in the future. The P7-H1 Hub shown here is an extra and was used to demonstrate and test the RGB functionality of the device.
Common parts supplied for mounting include:
- 16x Long radiator screws
- 8x Short radiator screws
- 4x Mounting arm screws
- 2x Intel LGA2011 mounting arms
- 2x Intel LGA115x mounting arms
- 2x AMD mounting arms
- 2x 120 mm fans
- 1x User's manual
- 1x Intel backplate
- 1x Pre-filled liquid cooler
- 1x Extra pump top plate
- 1x Coolant dropper
- 1x Doublesided sticky backplate mount
- 1x Tube of thermal compound
- 1x Y-cable