The box for AMDs reference RX 7600 is a lot smaller than the box I saw for either the RX 7900 XT or 7900 XTX but they have still stuck with the same styling. It has a black background with fog and the AMD Radeon RX 7600 model name up in the top left corner with a reflective metallic finish. Then the bottom half of the front of the box shows a dark partial image of the card. This highlights the red strip on the top edge and the Radeon branding on the card. You also can see that the card has two fans and up on the top corner you can see one 8-pin power connection as well. Then around on the back, the box has a picture of the Adrenalin Edition software. The back has all of the normal required certification logos and a large white spot where they would normally put the UPC but this is a press sample, not a retail box.
The bottom edge has one small sticker that seals the box closed, once you cut that you can open the box up. The box is also held closed the rest of the time with magnets as well. Like with Nvidia, AMD has the card right up on top featured with no static bags or anything blocking the view, so you get a nice unboxing experience. The underside of the door has a thin layer of foam and then in the center, the foam is cut around the AMD logo and the test “Welcome to the Red Team The New Standard of High Performance Gaming”. Then the bottom half has the card sitting in a foam tray cutout to fit the card. On top of the foam, they have a printed cardboard layer which has more of the black background with the fog. This also has the red stripe which carries down into the card where the stripe in the top heatsink is. It also has the Radeon RX 7600 branding in black.
Up under the card is another thin layer of foam, this layer has a section in the middle you can pull out. That covers up the only documentation that comes with the card. There aren’t any accessories or power adapters needed or included. The documentation has a QR code that takes you to the full user manual to get you started.