The packaging is typical for an all-in-one liquid cooler and features a color image of the Navis EVO ARGB 280 front and center. Radiator dimensions are located on the left side while the pump and general specifications are detailed on the back. Interestingly, there was no information on the fan's airflow on the box. However, since SilentiumPC does sell these fans separately that information was available on their website.
Taking a look at the right-hand side, we find the pump's dimensions with reference images and not much else. Moving on to the top, all there is to see is the company logo and website URL. It is not until you look at the bottom that you will find the listed features, such as the Nano RGB controller, motherboard RGB compatibility, etc.
The SilentiumPC Navis EVO ARGB 280 comes in your bog-standard cardboard tray coupled with a thin sheet of foam on top. While not what I like to see, it is more than adequate and does the job.
All modern mainstream and HEDT sockets are supported, including Intel's LGA2011 and LGA2066, alongside AMD's TR4. SilentiumPC, like Deepcool, keeps things simple: the mounting hardware is robust and the ARGB lighting setup is simple by design.
Common parts supplied for mounting include:
- 8x Fan screws
- 8x Radiator screws
- 4x Backplate screws
- 4x Intel backplate screw clips
- 4x AMD backplate screw clips
- 4x Mounting plate screws
- 4x Phillips-head nuts
- 4x AMD screw pillars
- 4x Intel LGA2011 /2066 screw pillars
- 4x AMD TR4 screw pillars
- 4x AMD screws for AMD backplate
- 4x Plastic spacers
- 2x 140 mm ARGB LED fans
- 2x Intel mounting bracket
- 2x AMD mounting bracket
- 1x TR4 mounting plate
- 1x Tube of thermal paste
- 1x Backplate
- 1x Pre-filled liquid cooler
- 1x User's manual
- 1x ARGB Nano reset controller