ECS have gone for a black and silver setup on the box which looks pretty good. The top of the box is covered with a picture, the brand along with some NVIDIA logos. Moving down, we have a picture of the Accelero S2 cooler and the model number below that.
Across the bottom of the box we have some of the main specifications along with mention that 512MB of GDDR3 memory and two Dual Link DVI connectors are part of the feature-set.
Turning the box over, we have some more details on the features of the 9600GT and a large section dedicated to talking about the Accelero S2 cooler that is included on the card.
Moving inside, we have a TV-out cable that goes to Component and S-Video. We also have the standard Molex to PCI E power connector and DVI to VGA connector. Also included is a DVI to HDMI adapter and a cable that connects between your graphics card and sound card so you can get audio out of the HDMI connector.
Diving a little further in, we have a standard multi-language user manual and a driver CD. ECS haven't opted to include a game, which isn't unusual for the company to be honest, and it seems the main advantage of the card is the integrated aftermarket cooler.