Silverstone Tundra TD03-LITE Review 2

Silverstone Tundra TD03-LITE Review

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Packaging and Contents

The box Silverstone shipped the Tundra TD03-LITE in is quite small, measuring roughly 24 cm in length, 22 cm in width, and 14 cm in height. While small, it should protect the cooler well enough. The front of the box comes with a rendering of the TD03-LITE and lists some of its features, such as its maintenance-free design and thick, leak-proof tubing. The left side is covered in a close-up of the pump, which is also a rendering. Meanwhile, on the back of the box are the exact measurements of the pump and radiator.

The right side comes with another rendering, this time of the radiator and fan. Moving to the top, you will find a paragraph in various languages that lists those features detailed in English on the front of the box, and the bottom lists the TD03-LITE's specifications.


Opening the box, we are greeted by a foam top that covers Silverstone's all-in-one liquid CPU cooler below which is a cardboard tray. While box and packaging may be plain, both serve their purpose, and that's all that really matters.

Silverstone made sure to support all modern AMD and Intel sockets with the TD03-LITE. They have even gone so far as to include extra fan screws for not just a dual-fan setup, but for slim fans as well, which is a very nice addition.

Common parts supplied for mounting include:
  • 8x Radiator screws
  • 8x Standard fan screws
  • 8x Slim fan screws
  • 4x backplate screws
  • 4x Screws for LGA2011
  • 4x Black plastic spacers
  • 4x Spring screws
  • 4x Thumb screws
  • 2x AMD mounting brackets
  • 2x Intel mounting brackets
  • 1x 120 mm fan
  • 1x Backplate
  • 1x CLC unit
  • 1x User's manual
  • 1x Y-cable
  • 1x 4-pin to molex
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