Introduction In this test we are reviewing a product from Akasa. It has almost been two years since we last reviewed a product from Akasa, and back then, we had a look at their Eclipse 62 case. The product reviewed today is a CPU cooler, with a unique design and a unique technology. We'll get back to all of that later in the test - and the cooler we are testing is the Akasa revo thermodynamic CPU cooler.
Packaging The Akasa revo thermodynamic CPU cooler comes packed in a white and red cardboard box. On the front of the box a picture of the cooler is shown.
Besides that, the fact that the cooler uses a new kind of technology is brought to ones attention. On the back of the box you find a detailed specifications list for the Akasa revo thermodynamic CPU cooler.
Inside the box you find the cooler, a fan, and mounts for socket 775, 754, 939 and AM2 plus a tube of thermal compound.
The only accessory one might miss for the Akasa revo thermodynamic CPU cooler, is some kind of fan control. But seeing as the Akasa revo thermodynamic CPU cooler is bundled with a 4-pin PWM fan (which is a good thing), Akasa probably wants you to let the motherboard control the fan speeds.