Packaging & Box Contents
ZOTAC has provided a nice looking box, with a plain front. We can see in the bottom right hand corner that we have support for various NVIDIA technologies, including GameStream, GameWorks and G-SYNC, as well as DirectX 12 support for when Windows 10 ships later in the year.
On the back, we find out that the ZOTAC GeForce GTX 960 AMP! Edition video card supports ZOTAC's overclocking software: Firestorm. We have a tease of some games to come with Evolve and The Witcher 3, and then the usual box contents, of which there aren't many at all.
On the left hand side of the box, we have a full list of what the GTX 960 can support. On the right side, we have the specifications of the card itself.
Inside of the box, you'll find a user's manual, extended warranty and quick installation guide, a look at ZOTAC's Boost Premium range of software, a ZOTAC "Pushing The Limits" sticker, a CD with drivers, FireStorm, Boost Premium and the Manual on it, and a PCIe 6-pin to molex power connector.
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