Thermaltake Frio OCK CPU Cooler ReviewTue, May 08, 2012 - 12:00 AM
Unboxing the Thermaltake Frio OCK
The front of the packaging shows us a graphic of the CPU cooler with a few of the features of the cooler. We can also see very clearly that it has support for the newest Intel LGA 2011 socket. As a side note, should you purchase this cooler and it does not come with the LGA 2011 mounting backplate you can simply visit the Thermaltake website and they will send you the backplate free of charge!
The back of the box shows us a few different product shots, as well as the main features of the cooler. You can also see it shows the proper mounting orientation so that you are getting proper and sufficient cooling from the cooler.
Here we can see all the specifications of the cooler such as its weight, dimensions, mounting compatibility and more.
Opening the box the first thing we see is a black box labeled “Accessory Package”. This is what contains all of our mounting hardware and the supplied thermal paste.
Once the accessory package is removed you’re able to see the heatsink suspended in a Styrofoam package.
Pulling that packaging out this is what we found. This will definitely ensure the heatsink is safe in its journey to the consumer.
Here are the accessories that are included with the Thermaltake Frio OCK, as well as the Frio OCK itself. Make sure that you don’t lose the instructions, as they come in handy when installing the cooler.
The image above offers a better look at the mounting hardware for the TT Frio OCK. If you purchase this cooler with intentions of using it with Intel’s LGA 2011 socket, you may have to contact Thermaltake about the mounting hardware. They are offering a free Intel LGA 2011 Upgrade thanks to the FreeUP Program if your cooler doesn’t come with the mounting hardware needed.