Starting off with the box, everything is well packaged and we didn’t experience any issues with damaged or loose contents. We usually bend a few fins on Scythe cools and the Fuma was no different. Though very sturdy in feel, we introduced a couple of slight bends when removing from the packaging.
Not an issue however, they easily bend back into place. We had the same experience with the Scythe Ninja 4 CPU Cooler so we were confident after testing this made no difference.
You get the usual accessories including thermal paste and a fan power splitter. The Fuma is a dual fan cooler, but Scythe have included clips for a third fan, or just in case you lose one.
As stated, the fans included are two Slip Stream 120 PWM types. You can either use the power splitter, or if your motherboard supports more than one PWM header, both fans can be powered separately. In our tests we will separate the PWM power connectors and use our default Q-Fan profile on both fans.