KFA2 GeForce GTX 470 EX OC




/ 9 years ago

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Packaging

On first seeing the box and indeed all around it, we don’t get any insight into the physical design of the card, but on the front we do see the very bold KFA2 branding and model of the card shown. Along the base, a few key specifications are printed for an brief insight to what the card has to offer.

The left-hand side of the box details the output configuration for the card along with some of NVidia’s product logos for SLI, GeForce and PhysX.

The other end of the box gives us a list of key specifications and minimum system requirements needed in order to run this card.

The back of the box is jam packed full of selling points including ‘8 Reasons why you should have a graphics card’. On the base of the bow (upside down text in this picture) is a product brief about the GTX 470 detailing how it was built ground up for the next generation of DX11 gaming.

Included with this card are as expected, a few cables, adapters and bits of paperwork.

These include:

  • User manual
  • Installation and maintenance guide
  • Driver installation disc (although newer drivers are available from NVidia direct which super-seed these)
  • DVI-VGA adaptor
  • Twin molex to PCI-e power adaptor
  • Mini-HDMI to HDMI cable

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