This is the page where we get a good look at the retail packaging for the Gigabyte Geforce GTX 560 OC Edition Video Card. In the photo below we can see the front of the retail box. It features a really cool looking mechanical eye graphic as well as the type of video card that is inside the box and some other information regarding the 3 year warranty, the Windforce cooling system and the 2 oz. copper PCB.
Flipping the box around to the back we can see that it holds the same color scheme as the front of the box as well as listing some of the features of the Gigabyte Geforce GTX 560 OC Edition Video Card.
Inside the retail packaging is another box. It is just a plain shiny black box that is free from any markings that would brand the item inside.
Inside the black box are, of course, the Gigabyte Geforce GTX 560 OC Edition Video Card, as well as a driver disk and a user manual.
If we flip up the little white fold over section inside the black box we can see that it contains the rest of what will be our bundle.
And, of course, last but not least is the included bundle that is packaged with the Gigabyte GeForce GTX 560 OC Video Card.
We can see the included HDMI and D-sub adapters as well as the driver disk and the user guide and two 6 pin to 4 pin molex connectors in case you need them. Even though the Gigabyte GeForce GTX 560 OC Video Card says it supports DisplayPort, there were no connectors or adapters with the Gigabyte GeForce GTX 560 OC Video Card I tested. And for those of you that intend to buy two cards for an SLI setup, another item that was missing from this bundle was the actual SLI bridge. So if you intend to run SLI you will have to supply your own bridge, apparently.