The GIGABYTE box isn't anything out of the ordinary; it's not huge and is quite thin, making freight nice and easy. We have a picture of a female warrior on the front and a calm purple color scheme going on. The top corner shows us the brand while the other end has the standard line-up of NVIDIA logos.
Across the bottom of the box we have a heap of information that mentions the cooler used, the Ultra Durable technology and also mention that the card is a Turbo Force Edition along with some of the main features across the bottom.
Turning the box over, we have some more details on the cooler technology used alongside a bit of info on the Gamer HUD which is a new tweaking application that GIGABYTE is now using. Below that we have a bit more information on the core along with a bit of a blurb on SLI.
Diving inside the box, we have a Quick Install Guide, User Manual and Driver CD. Unfortunately we don't have a full version game which is something we're becoming quite used to not seeing from GIGABYTE.
Cable wise, we have a pair of DVI to VGA connectors, molex to PCI-E and a TV-Out box. All in all it's a pretty light package with nothing that particularly stands out.