Packed in with the Core-Contact Freezer, you'll find a retention bracket for the Intel LGA 775 socket. One nice touch is that you won't have to remove the motherboard to install the bracket. A gentle push and the pegs are through the mounting holes, then insert the four included buckles and the mounting platform is ready. That earns a lot of points with me. If you're on AM2, you should already have a compatible bracket on your board.
You'll also find a fan controller and screw to attach it to a PCI slot. It's a nice addition but the fan included with the CPU Cooler runs at 16 – 20 dBA and you really don't need it because the fan operates whisper quiet.
You will of course find the Core-Contact Freezer itself, and a set of mounting wires. The mounting wires are used to mount the fan before the install. If you go that route, you might have to re-mount the fan after the install as they tend to come off easily during handling.
The instructions say there are a couple of bolts in the pack, designated “2pcs CR-TF-6” - those were nowhere to be found but weren't needed for the install and look like thumb screws for the back of the case more than any thing.
It's a 12 volt, Magnetic Fluid Dynamic Bearing 120mm fan that draws .16 amps from the CPU fan header on your motherboard. It spins at between 1000 – 2000 RPM and pushed 90.65 CFM at max settings. The AMBF (Average Mean Time Between Failure) is 50,000 hours.
I was rather surprised the fan didn't really have a quality feel to it but operated flawlessly and as stated, was whisper quiet.
A nice surprise I found in the bundle was the Tuniq TX-2 TIM (Thermal Interface Material). Tossing in a syringe of their best CPU Grease impressed me. It's a trend I've been seeing more often. In the past, a lot of companies toss in some generic TIM of questionable origin and even more questionable quality.
Adding their top of the line Tuniq TX-2 earned them a few brownie points and will help to keep the cost of using the Core-Contact Freezer down as you won't have to go out and purchase a high quality TIM to make the best use of your new acquisition.