Sapphire always has eye catching graphics on the front of their packaging, the R7 260X has an alien looking creature that should get people’s attention. The front doesn’t provide a lot of information, with just the model number and a six of the features listed.
The back of the box goes over much more information; a user should have no difficulty in understanding what the R7 260X has to offer. It discusses the DirectX 11.2 compatibility, multi-monitor and overclocking possibilities.
While the box will provide a large amount of protection against shipping damage, Sapphire has gone an additional step and packaged the card in an anti-statis bubble bag. In addition they put a label on it, letting the user know it has to have power from the power supply to work.
A few accessories are included with the R7 260X, there is the standard driver disc, user manal and advertising book. In addition a four pin-molex to six pin PCI-E power converter, a flexible CrossFireX bridge, and a DVI to VGA adapter.