The front of the box is pretty plain with a window in the middle that lets us see what the card looks like. Underneath the hole we have mention of the card including 1 Gigabyte of memory.
Above the hole we have the brand and model number displayed; in this case, Diamond. To the right we again see mention of the 1GB of memory, but we see that it's GDDR2.
Turning the box over and we get into some more detail of the features the card offers along with the standard run down of logos and GPU information that we get used to seeing on our graphics card boxes.
Moving inside the package there isn't a whole lot to see; apart from the standard manual we have a driver CD and a DVI to VGA connector. On a whole the package is pretty light; we don't even have the standard line-up of TV-Out cables which is a bit disappointing.
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