Reeven Okeanos Review 0

Reeven Okeanos Review

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Packaging and Contents

Considering the Reeven Okeanos' size, it comes in a rather small but sturdy box that measures 17 cm in length, 15.25 cm in width, and 17.78 cm in height. The top of the box is covered by a fully colored picture of the Okeanos, along with a couple features and the sockets it supports. Meanwhile, the front features another image of the cooler and lists most of its features, including the six heatpipes, dual radiators, and SSA (speed switch adapter), among others. On the left side, the supported sockets are again listed, along with the heatsink's dimensions.

The back of the box shows specifications for the cooler in a number of languages, along with a link to the Reeven website. The right side also showcases another colored image of the cooler and lists a few of its features.


Reeven's packaging is a bit spartan in terms of the protection it offers. Granted, the product did arrive safe and sound, but I expected more from the packaging because the Okeanos is a high-end air cooler.

The Okeanos comes with everything one would need to install it in just about any system. All modern AMD and Intel sockets are supported. It is also nice to see that fan speed adapters have been included. While the fans are PWM, these adapters limit fan speeds to 1200 RPM on the 120mm and 1100 RPM on the 140mm fan, offering users a near-silent experience so long as they don't need to maximize the performance.
  • 6x Fan clips
  • 4x LGA2011 screw pillars
  • 4x White spacers
  • 4x Backplate screws
  • 4x Mount nuts
  • 4x Rubber backplate screw holders
  • 2x Crossbar bolts
  • 1x Universal Mounting plate
  • 1x Universal Backplate
  • 1x 140 mm x 140 mm x 25 mm PWM fan
  • 1x 120 mm x 120 mm x 25 mm PWM fan
  • 1x Heatsink
  • 1x Packet of thermal compound
  • 1x Installation guide
  • 1x Wrench
  • 1x 120 mm speed switch adapter
  • 1x 140 mm speed switch adapter
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