Foxconn have moved over to a new package design that looks great. The big emphasis from Foxconn at the moment is awards and just how many they have achieved in such a short time. Apart from this though, we see the brand across the top with the normal lineup of NVIDIA logos along with the model across the bottom.
The only other things to mention on the front of the box are the fact that it states that 512MB of GDDR3 is on the card and that this model is an OC one.
Turning the box over, we have a list of more awards along with some information on some of the technology implemented into the card. The right of the box also has mention of SLI and what exactly you need to get it up and running.
Moving inside the box we find a typical Foxconn setup with not a whole lot going on. Apart from the manual and driver CD we also have an application CD which includes DriveClone 3 and VirtualDrive 11.5.
Moving onto cables, there isn't a whole lot either. Two DVI to VGA connectors, two Molex to PCI-E connectors and a TV-Out box which offers S-Video, Component and Composite. Foxconn aren't big on the bundle, so let's move onto the actual card.