The first thing we look at is the box and as you can clearly see, ASUS hasn't done anything new with the package. Across the top of the box we have the ASUS logo and motto; below that we have mention of an exclusive offer while to the right we have a picture that takes up a good chunk of the package.
Moving down towards the bottom, we have some of the main features like 1792MB of GDDR3 memory being included, PhysX support, HDMI and more. Across the very bottom we have the model mentioned, in this case the ENGTX295.
Turning the box over, we have some details on the product features, system requirements and some setup information. A large portion of the box is taken up with an explanation on some of the exclusive software that ASUS bundle, which includes programs like GamerOSD, Smart Doctor and more.
Going inside the box, we have a speed setup guide, S/PDIF cable, instruction booklet and a leaflet with a code that entitles you to 10% off on up to five games or CUDA applications. In the disc department we have a driver CD which includes some of the ASUS exclusive software we just mentioned, along with another CD which has a multi-language manual on it.
In the cable department we have a S/PDIF loopback cable, dual molex to 6-pin PCI-E connector, dual 6-pin PCI-E to 8-pin PCI-E connector and a single DVI to VGA connector.
As far as added bonuses go, ASUS has gone back to including the CD wallet that we haven't seen for a while. To most people this is going to be more useful than the mouse pad that has been seen in some of the recent bundles.