The box for the RX 460 is considerably smaller than the boxes for the RX 470 and RX 480’s as well as the GTX 1070 I recently covered from Gigabyte. It does however still have the Gigabyte eye on the cover like their other gaming products have. Other than that the front of the box is simple. It has the Radeon RX 460 logo wrapping around from the front to the side and in that they include the 2GB memory capacity of this card. Down at the bottom are Windforce and CO logos letting us know that this card does have a Windforce cooler and is overclocked. On the back of the box, they have a photo of the card in a box showing off how the Windforce cooler works. Beyond that, they also mention the durability and gigabytes one click overclocking software.

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Inside, even with the smaller box, the card looks tiny inside of it. The have the card wrapped in a static bag and then sitting in a foam cutout to keep it safe. Up under the card and the foam, I also found a small quick guide, but beyond that there aren’t any other manuals or adapters included, not that you would need any adapters for a card without any power connections.

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #38079 12 Aug 2016 20:47
Today we take a look at AMDs first real budget card from the Polaris lineup

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