Packaging & Contents
Coolink's Corator DS LGA2011 CPU cooler comes in a fairly compact box considering the size of the cooler is roughly 24 cm x 20 cm x 17.2 cm. The box itself has all the information one would expect about the product, listing various specifications on the sides. This particular model is designed for Intel's socket 2011, and the name and big green circle on the front say as much.
The back of the box lists Coolink's website along with a few close-up shots showcasing various aspects of the Corator DS LGA2011 heatsink.
Upon opening the box, I found the Corator DS safely packaged away in smaller tight-fitting, sturdy cardboard boxes that offer solid protection to the cooler and all the included parts. The instructions and mounting hardware was inside a plastic bag. The fan has been pre-installed out of the box, but I removed it for a better look at the contents. The mounting hardware is, as the name would imply, rather sparse since this model is specifically for Intel's socket LGA2011. For those wondering: no, your eyes are not deceiving you, this cooler makes use of SecuFirm 2, which many may recognize from Noctua's coolers. As such, a separate SecuFirm 2 mounting kit for other sockets can be obtained should a user need it. Coolink has also included a small tube of their Chillaramic thermal compound with the Corator DS.
Common parts supplied for mounting include:
- 4x Socket LGA2011 posts
- 4x Phillips head thumbscrews
- 2x Mounting bars
- 2x Metal fan clips
- 1x 120 mm x 120 mm x 25mm fan
- 1x Tube of Chillaramic thermal compound