With this product falling into the Republic of Gamers line of ASUS products, we have a very premium retail experience with the ASUS GeForce GTX 980 Matrix Platinum. The box is quite heavy and large, which is great as it has ample packaging in the box to protect it during shipping.
Starting with the front of the box, which is actually quite plain, ASUS does tease "record breaking performance" on the front of the box for the GTX 980 Matrix Platinum.
On the back of the box, we have an insane amount of detail on the GTX 980 Matrix Platinum, which is great. If you were to find this box on the shelf and flick it around to the back, you're going to be inundated with information on the card.
ASUS has slapped in a handle at the top of the box, as it's quite a heavy package.
The front of the box opens up, and provides even more details on the card itself and its various cooling technologies, and features such as the DirectCU II cooler, CoolTech Fan Technology, Memory Defroster and so much more.
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