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Inno3D GeForce 9600GT iChill Hurricane - The Package

If you like 9600GTs and jigsaw puzzles, we've got the card for you. Step inside and you'll find out why!

| NVIDIA GeForce GPU in Video Cards | Posted: Jun 9, 2008 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 93%      Manufacturer: Inno3D

The Package


The box is the standard iChill design that we've seen for a while now; it's black with lots of holes that have clear plastic. The left of the box shows the Inno3D logo in the top corner and below that we have a bunch of information on the card such as the core speed, memory speed, model, cooler and other important information.



Heading towards the bottom of the box, we have mention that the card is part of the iChill series and we also see that a full version of Ghost Recon 2 Advanced Warfighter is included within the package.



Turning the box over, we have a run down on the card in a number of languages along with a table at the bottom that shows us exactly what the card is designed for.


To the right we can see why you should use an NVIDIA graphics card and below that we have a little bit of information on NVIDIA and how it works with Vista.



Moving inside the box, we have a component-out dongle, S-video to RCA cable, Molex to PCI-E connector and a single DVI to VGA connector.



We also have the usual array of installation instructions, manuals, driver CD and as mentioned on the front of the box a full version copy of Ghost Recon 2 Advanced Warfighter.


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