ASUS ENGTX260MATRIX Video Card Review :: Card

05-18-2009 · Category: Hardware - Video Cards

By Ben Sun
  • Driver CD
  • Multi-Language Manual CD
  • HDMI cable
  • HDMI to DVI adapter
  • DVI to D-Sub adapter
  • TV-Out cable
  • 6-pin to Molex converter
  • SpeedStep quick setup guide

ASUS ENGTX260MATRIX Video Card Review Box rear

Box rear

ASUS ENGTX260MATRIX Video Card Review Box flap open

Box flap open

ASUS ENGTX260MATRIX Video Card Review Inside box

Inside box

ASUS ENGTX260MATRIX Video Card Review Box open

Box open


The ASUS ENGTX260MATRIX came in a black box. The front cover of the box has a picture of the card in the center of a sword/shield combination. The Republic of Gamers logo is on the top left hand corner, the name of the card is on the sword point and the ASUS logo is on the bottom right hand corner. The flap of the box opens and gives a detailed description of the features.


ASUS ENGTX260MATRIX Video Card Review Card

Card

ASUS ENGTX260MATRIX Video Card Review Bundle

Bundle


Once you open the box you find there is a nice black inner box. Opening that box you find an accessories box and a box for the various manuals and the driver CD inside. Everything is packaged neatly. Lifting the box with the manual and Driver CD, we find the ASUS card in a card shaped foam cutlet protected by an anti-static bag.

The hardware bundle is exciting in that it includes both a HDMI to DVI adapter and a DVI to D-sub adapter. This allows you flexibility in choosing what type of monitor to use with this card. ASUS includes their iTracker software, their GamerOSD driver, Splendid HD and Video Security software. I always use the latest NVIDIA drivers and decided to forgo using iTracker.