Using the larger box that we saw the 7950GX2 use we have a pretty standard XFX layout happening.
Big bad Mr. World is on the front of the box with a host of stickers mentioning some of the key features of the card. We can see clearly that we are dealing with the Extreme model with a 570MHz core clock speed.
It supports all our normal array of technology like SLI, HDTV and HDCP. We can also see in the top right corner that a copy of Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter is included and the bottom left corner also shows us a little sticker stating that this is a silent pipe card.
Turning the box over we have a picture of some of the card along with all our extended specifications which also go on to explain how some of them work. Overall a pretty nice box that gives us a good run down of what to expect once we open it up.
Once we get inside we have our normal array of goodies - some exciting others not so exciting. Cable wise we have a couple DVI to VGA connectors, S-Video cable along with a Component out adapter for making use of HDTV and of course a couple Molex to PCI Express connector for those that don't have a power supply with a native PCI Express connector.
Paperwork wise there is nothing really all that exciting about it, a quick installation guide, little booklet on there X Gear and a user manual. We also get a driver CD and of course like we mentioned on the front of the box a copy of Ghost Recon: Advanced War Fighter which is a nice addition to the package.
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