The Gigabyte i-RAM comes in a nice box that shows a score from PCMark 2005. A picture of the card is also on the front of the box with how it looks installed along with a few key points.
Moving to the other side of the box we have our extended specification as we have come to expect. Here we get some more details on i-RAM, main benefits, key features, break down on the card and advantages when compared to a normal hard drive and a software RAM drive.
Inside we have quite a bare package but as it can be classified as more of a hard drive then anything else, so we don't need much to get started with the product. We have included a SATA cable to connect the card to the motherboard, driver CD along with a manual.
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