Package and Contents
Sapphire is known as the ultimate partner for ATI. In fact, Sapphire is actually one of ATI's own brands outside the USA, which allows them to sell their Radeon cards and Xpress based motherboards under a separate name. The box that has been chosen for the latest Xpress 3200 board comes in a white box with a flip top lid allowing you to get a glimpse of the actual board before you buy it.
On the back of the box, Sapphire has but all the appurtenant information and specifications of the board itself for the potential buyer to have a squiz at.
Inside the box you may be mistaken for thinking this board is a budget with what is included; however, the board shows great signs of being a big in features and performance part. The user manual details all the settings, features and options that the board includes - and in plain English. Sapphire includes three CD's with the board - 1 driver CD, 1 Games bundle and 1 software bundle complete this part of the packaging.
Also with the package are two PCI cover brackets containing 1 Firewire port and a 2 port RCA Digital Audio ports. The I/O shield is also included as the Sapphire board is not a standard ATX port configuration.
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