I have to say, when I first saw the press release for the card, the box really stood out and looks fantastic. The middle of the box has a turbo like picture which has been all pimped out with a purple and black theme. Across the top we have the logo along with the model.
Across the bottom of the box we again have the model along with the NVIDIA logo. Above that we have some features, more logos and also mention that the core comes in at 765MHz. If you didn't know better, you could think this is the stock speed.
Turning the box over, we have a bit of a blurb on the card. Below that we have some of the key features and to the left of that we have a larger explanation on what some of the features are.
Inside the box we have a load of paper work, installation guide, important tips, guide to the TV-Out port along with a sign for your door. CD wise, we only have a driver disc included in the package.
Inside we're loaded up with cables, component-out dongle, S/PDIF audio connector, molex to 6-Pin convertor, 8-Pin to 6-Pin convertor and a single DVI to VGA connector to wrap it up.
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