In typical Sapphire fashion we've got some pretty nice box art on hand that gives us all the information we need. Across the top of the box we have the Sapphire logo along with some ATI ones. Here we also see that the card comes with 2GB of GDDR5. Across the bottom of the box we can clearly see the model.
In the middle of the box we've got a bit of an ice scenario going on with mention about the Vapor-X technology that is embedded into the card. Across the right of the box we have some of the main details like HDMI, CrossFire-X, GDDR5 and a few other features. Just below this we have mention of some software that's included.
Turning the box over, we've got the same top and bottom that is seen on the front of the box. In the middle we have some more information on the technology that is implemented into the graphics card, while also seeing a few of the many awards the company has won.
Opening up the box and diving inside, we've got our user manual along with a little Sapphire sticker. As far as software goes we've got a full version copy of 3DMark Vantage with key, driver CD, PowerDVD and the CyberLink DVD Suite which packs a few programs as well.
The cable department is a little lighter with not much going on. Included is a molex to 6-pin connector and molex to 8-pin connector. We've also got a HDMI to DVI dongle and a single CrossFire connector.
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