Surprisingly the front of the packaging for the GTX 770 ACX doesn’t really show that it is the ACX model at all. The front has the EVGA logo in gold over a silver background with the standard info on the front like the 2GB buffer size and the fact the card is capable of 3 way SLI. It isn’t until we flip the box over that we see a picture of the card on the back as well as an ACX logo. The rest of the back of the packaging is broken down with a list of key features in a few different languages. There is a photo of the end of the card showing all of the connections you will have available to you as well, a nice touch.

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Inside the card is in the middle of a large plastic clamshell. When I attempted to pull it out I didn’t see that all of the paperwork was sitting on that plastic and it all came pouring out. You get a user guide, driver disc, a few notices and warning and a couple of EVGA’s enthusiast built stickers.  Also packed in there was this kick ass poster that Game of Throne fans will especially love. You also get a DVI to VGA adapter, a double Molex to six pin adapter and a double six pin to 8 pin adapter. What is really interesting is the double Molex to 6 pin adapter is all blacked out with individually sleeved cables but the other adapter cable isn’t. I commend EVGA for going out of the way to get the sleeved adapter cable; it really is a nice feature for anyone who cares about how their build looks.

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #31187 30 May 2013 20:09
The second review for today is a second GTX 770, this time around with EVGA's new ACX cooling. Check out the review to find out how the additional cooling performed.
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Deb0 replied the topic: #31188 30 May 2013 20:30
For all the futuristic looks of the nVidia style cards I like how the EVGA is keeping it classic sexy.

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