The packaging for the UD4H is a little cleaner than previous Gigabyte boards that we have had in. There is a large photo of the boards cooling across the top and Gigabyte color matched the board’s model number on the top to match the red on the board as well. Along the bottom there are 5 of the board’s key features with the Ultra Durable 5 plus logo taking precedence.
Inside the box, along with the motherboard itself, you have all of the documentation and accessories tucked in up under the board. For documentation you will get an installation guidebook and a larger user manual as well. They also include a Gigabyte case badge along with the driver and software disc. For accessories, you get what you would normally find with a mid-range motherboard. That includes four black SATA cables and a black SLI bridge. You of course also have the rear I/O panel; this is also black with each connection being color coded as well. I love that Gigabyte went with all black for their accessories; it’s a small touch but makes a big difference in putting together a clean build.