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Raijintek Ereboss Review

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Packaging & Contents

The Ereboss cooler comes in a box that measures roughly 14.5 cm in length, 13.5 cm in width, and 20.5 cm in height. The front of the box gives an angled view of the Ereboss CPU cooler with the name shown in large and easy-to-read letters. The right side lists the features of the cooler. These include a nickel copper base, six 6 mm heatpipes, a super slim 14013 fan, and more. The back of the box shows off a few more tastefully angled shots of the cooler's heatpipes, fin stack, and fan-mounting system.

The left side of the box details the cooler's specifications and the top gives a quick introduction to the fairly large Ereboss cooler.


The box being so small and the Ereboss being as big as it is had me a bit worried. However, everything looked to be in order after I opened the box—the cooler had no signs of damage done as I pulled it out of the box. I would really like to see some beefed-up packaging in the future, though, as the current package offers very little product protection.

The mounting hardware Raijintek supplies with the Ereboss is what you would expect. The huge heatsink and fan have of course been included, with a universal backplate, crossbar, and mounting brackets for both AMD and Intel. The remaining assortment of hardware includes four backplate screws, four black spacers, four LGA2011 screws, four nuts, two M3 screws, five rubber-fan mounts, and a packet of thermal compound. While there is nothing exciting to see here, the hardware suffices and is fairly straightforward to use.

Common parts supplied for mounting include:
  • 5x Rubber fan mounts
  • 4x Knurled threaded screws
  • 4x Screws for LGA2011
  • 4x Black plastic nuts
  • 4x Metal nuts
  • 2x M3 screws
  • 2x AMD mounting brackets
  • 2x Intel mounting brackets
  • 1x Backplate
  • 1x Crossbar
  • 1x 140 mm x 13 mm fan
  • 1x Heatsink
  • 1x User's manual
  • 1x Packet of thermal compound
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