InWin BR36 AIO Liquid CPU Cooler Review
Mike Sanders / 1 year ago
The front of the packaging is excellent, with InWin primarily giving you a nice clear view of the cooler in action with all of that ARGB glory. It might sound like a trivial point, but it is truly frustrating when you see manufacturers not even bother to give you a single image of their product.
The rear and remaining sides of the packaging are truly excellent in terms of presentation and detail. You are literally told everything you could possibly want to know about this cooler and in a style that is exceptionally easy on the eye. In terms of product presentation, InWin has absolutely nailed it here with the BR36.
InWin gives you everything you need right out of the box to ensure you can successfully install this cooler onto practically any processor/motherboard you can think of. Yes, it even supports AMD’s Threadripper TR4 socket. With the only exception being a screwdriver, InWin has you covered here. Well… With one pretty huge personal grievance.
I’m not going to mince my words here. I absolutely hate it when AIO coolers are not provided with a physical manual. What InWin provides you with is a small business card with a QR code leading to the online instruction. Again, I hate this. While I will go into more detail why later in the review (see installation), I must admit that the lack of a physical manual gets a big boo from me!