The box with an Auras LPT-700 is two times the size of the previous cooler’s box because it is a tower-like model. The face side of the box shows a photo of the cooler. Its sides show you the cooler’s specs, an airflows scheme, and how to install a fan on the heatsink.
The accessories are packed separately at the top of the box. These are a back-plate for LGA775 mainboards, a sticker with an Auras logo, four spring-loaded screws, a syringe of thermal grease, and an installation manual.
Easy to see, fasteners for Socket 754/939/940/AM2 mainboards are not included with the cooler. There is actually another version of the cooler that has a fastening mechanism for K8 platforms and the discussed version is not universal, being only compatible with LGA775 mainboards.
The cooler design is typical for a tower-like cooler with heat pipes.
Although the official website claims this model to have 6 heat pipes, it actually has only three. Made from copper, the 6mm heat pipes go through the copper base. They carry thin and pliable aluminum plates covered with a metallic casing on the sides. The pipes are bent a little forward in the direction of airflow. Considering the position of the fan, this solution helped make the cooler more compact than if it had upright pipes with a fan above them. The cooler measures 68x94x138mm at 504g of weight (with a fan).
The mentioned casing carries a plastic frame that is the basis of the fastening mechanism.
Note that the frame is positioned in such a way that some of the airflow from the fan will go below the heatsink plates to cool the mainboard’s near-socket space. The cooler design doesn’t provide for changing the position of the plastic frame.