The card has that really colorful fun theme going on as far as the sticker is concerned. Foxconn are using the newer reference cooler which carries with it a larger fan that manages to cool better and put out less noise.
There isn't a lot to say about the front of the card thanks to the cooler taking up the whole lot.
Like any card based off the reference design there really isn't going to be anything out of the ordinary with a single PCI Express connector on the side of the card and a single SLI connector across the top.
The I/O side of things is also very standard with two Dual Link DVI connectors and a single TV-Out port.
The specifications on the Foxconn 8800GT aren't great compared to other overclocks we've seen, but they're still a much welcomed overclock nonetheless. While the standard 8800GT comes in with 600MHz Core, 1500MHz Shader and 1800MHz DDR Memory clocks, the standard OC model from Foxconn carries with it a Core clock speed of 610MHz, Shader at 1520MHz and Memory clock of 1820MHz.