While the card we received didn't come in a retail box we did manage to get the full package which is included so we will get straight into what's included in the box.
Alongside the standard molex-to-PCI Express power connector that we get from most NVIDIA cards we also find two DVI-to-VGA connectors along with a little break-out box which has component connections on the end for people wanting to make use of the TV-Out functionality.
Paperwork wise it's all very standard. Apart from the normal run down of how to setup the card and make use of the features offered we also have some BFG Tech stickers to put on your case and of course the driver CD.
While the package isn't all that exciting BFG generally let the features of the card do the talking like the pre-overclocked settings and of course the life time warranty that they offer.
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