It’s clear right away when you see the TPC 812’s packaging that this is a Cooler Master product. The purple on the top is a dead giveaway. What is a little different is the use of black on the front rather than white like we would normally see. The front of the box also has a picture of the TPC 812. Cooler Master slipped all of the heatsinks specifications right onto the side of the box as well, it’s great to be able to compare dimensions and everything else when the TPC 812 is sitting next to other heatsinks on the store shelf.
Inside the box the instructions are sitting up top. The heatsink is secured in a foam and all of the accessories are in a white box. Inside the white box you will get top and bottom mounts, a bag with LGA 2011 socket mounts, and all of the screws and bolts needed. You also get a small tube of thermal paste and an adapter cable to slow down the fan if needed. The two plastic pieces are a second set of fan mounts that you can use for a push pull configuration on the TPC 812.