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Palit GeForce 8800GT Sonic Graphics Card - The Package

Palit are reknowned for offering a quality well priced graphics card. We see if this holds true for the 8800GT Sonic.

| NVIDIA GeForce GPU in Video Cards | Posted: Dec 14, 2007 5:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 93%      Manufacturer: Palit

The Package

 

Ahhh, Frobot. You've got to love the cool green frog in his robot suit. Like all high-end models from Palit, instead of opting for the standard flat color they use the funky reflective type; and as usual being an NVIDIA card it follows with a green box.

 

The front of the box gives us the standard run down as usual, we can see the brand across the top left corner along with the top right corner giving us the standard run down of Vista Certification, NVIDIA chipset and of course HDCP ready.

 

 

The bottom left corner shows us that a copy of Tomb Raider Anniversary is included in the package, and moving to the right we have more details on the card like the model, clocks of both the memory and core, amount of RAM, connectivity options along with the HDMI inclusion and PCI Express 2.0 support.

 

 

Turning the box over, we have some more technical information in a multitude of languages. Across the bottom we also have some more logos along with the Palit website and e-mail address.

 

 

Moving inside the package we have a quick installation guide in the paperwork department along with a driver disk and copy of Tomb Raider Anniversary as we saw mentioned on the front of the box.

 

 

The cable department is a pretty standard affair; apart from the normal component/RCA out, molex to PCI Express connector and DVI to VGA connector we also have a DVI to HDMI connector included.

 

The package is pretty standard for a Palit card, everything you need to get up and running without any real drama along with the inclusion of a full version game. In this case we also have a DVI to HDMI connector which is nice.

 

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