The box for the H60 is covered on all sides with images and information about it. On the top we have a nice image of the pump/cold plate installed and a listing of all the sockets supported by the H60.
On the bottom of the box are a few blurbs talking about the changes and updates that make up the H60’s new design. Also a temperature comparison chart is in one corner.
What made the chart interesting to me is that they were comparing it to their own H50 cooler. They also use an Intel Core i7-930 like I use for testing. So it will be interesting to see how close my results will be to the 78.9*C they claim on the box.
On the side are images of the kit features and brief descriptions.
On the opposite side are a brief description of Corsair and a listing of what is in the box.
On one end are the H60 logo and an image of the base of the cold plate.
On the opposite end are the physical dimensions of the cooler.
Cracking the box open there is a thin foam sheet between the cooler and box lid.
Under that is the H60 wrapped in a plastic bag.
Pulling the H60 out of the way we can see the fan and the other accessories wrapped in baggies and cradled in pockets in the cardboard tray.