Due to the card coming straight off the line up and into our hot little hands we didn't get our fancy box. The only picture of the box we have to go off is the one located on the GeCube website and on our first page here and as far as we can see uses the typical Ruby flying along on her motorbike kicking some butt.
Cable wise we find ourselves with a HDTV out cable and S-Video out cable along with a DVI to VGA connector so you can make use of the multi monitor support if you're running two monitors.
On the software side of things we have our normal driver CD which never gets used, the highly popular PowerDVD5 and a full version copy of Counter Strike: Condition Zero. We also have a small Statement of Warranty card to finish it all off.
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