Cooler Master Eclipse (RR-CCB-WLU1-GP)
This cooler is no less original than the Mars, but I think it is designed more competently.
The large cardboard package has a plastic handle:
There is a plastic box insider the paper wrapper which holds the cooler firmly in place.
There’s a lot of information here about the key technologies and specifications of the cooler.
The following things are parceled into a separate box at the bottom of the package:
- Installation Guide
- Cooler Master thermal grease
- A pack with screws, nuts, plastic spacers, rubber pads and a key
- Two steel brackets to install the cooler on LGA775 mainboards
- A clip with a cap to install the cooler on Socket 754/939/940/AM2 mainboards
The Eclipse (its dimensions are 147x146x110mm) employs four copper heat pipes, about 6.5mm in diameter, that go out of the copper base and carry a number of aluminum plates.
There are actually two types of plates here. Plates of the first type have contact not only with the heat pipes but also with the copper base. Plates of the second type are shaped like a circle with a hole in the center for the blower.