The new HD 4870 Sonic uses the same box that we saw the other day on the HD 4850 Sonic; it's slightly bigger than the older boxes, though offers all the standard information. Down the side we have the Palit, ATI and Windows logo while the middle of the box is taken up with a picture of our old friend, FroBot.
Towards the bottom right corner of the box we have a sticker that states the model, clock speeds, some of the main specifications like 512MB of GDDR5 memory, Dual DVI along with some of the main features like PCI Express 2.0 and the fact that it's overclocked out of the box.
Turning the box over, we have some more details on the specification of the card in a number of languages. Across the bottom we have the Palit logo along with a contact email address and the company website.
Inside the box there isn't a whole lot going on; apart from the installation guide we also have a driver CD.
Cable wise, we only have a power convertor, DVI to VGA connector and a DVI to HDMI connector included.