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Foxconn GeForce 8800GT OC Graphics Card - The Package

Foxconn are fairly new to the graphics card scene. We see what they can deliver us in the form of a mildly O/C'd 8800GT.

| NVIDIA GeForce GPU in Video Cards | Posted: Mar 12, 2008 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 88%      Manufacturer: Foxconn

The Package

 

There's just something about Foxconn boxes that are appealing. They use a nice colorful "happy" theme that makes them stand out over other boxes. This latest package we have is no different, and now has that hologram kind of thing going on which makes it look even cooler than ever before. The middle of the box has the Foxconn logo along with mention of the fact that they've had 80+ awards in six months.

 

 

The bottom of the box has the model and the fact that it's PCI Express. To the right we can see the card is overclocked and the top right corner shows some NVIDIA logos.

 

 

Turning the box over we continue to have that hologram thing going on, and we have some more awards showing here too. There is mention of SLI and some of the other technology. The left of the box talks about image quality and compares the different models' speeds.

 

 

Moving inside the box there isn't a whole lot. Paperwork wise we just have a manual while in the CD department we have both a driver CD and a CD that includes DriverClone 3 and Virtual Drive 11.5.

 

 

The cable department is also pretty slight; two DVI to VGA connectors, Molex to PCI-E power connectors and a TV-Out cable that offers RCA, S-Video and component.

 

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