The Gigabyte RX 7600 Gaming OC 8G packaging has a black background and a rendering of a person in a space suite with gaming on it that covers most of the box. They have the Gigabyte logo in the top left and then in the bottom right it has a huge red wrap-around from AMD which has the RX 7600 GPU model in it. The Gaming OC 8GB model designation from Gigabyte is then in a really small font on the left over top of the VRAM. They also have badges to show that this is a Windforce card and is overclocked below the Gaming OC 8GB name. On the back, the AMD wrap-around does carry on with another big red box. That has some of the AMD-specific features about the RDNA 3 architecture. Gigabyte then filled the rest of the back with information on the RX 7600 Gaming OC 8G. This includes pictures of the card's features which also give us a peak at what the card looks like. It shows off the RGB lighting, the metal backplate, and how the windforce fan layout works as well. There is a line drawing that shows the display connections but there isn’t a specification breakdown that shows the card dimensions or clock speeds at all.
Inside of the outer liner is a black box, this is a standard box and gives the outer liner all of its structure. When you open this up right up on top is the documentation. Then you have a thick foam panel. Under that, the RX 7600 Gaming OC 8G comes wrapped up in a static protective bag and sits in a thick foam tray that is cut out to fit the card perfectly to keep it from moving around and keep it safe from damage. For documentation, the RX 7600 Gaming OC 8G just comes with a generic Gigabyte quick guide, nothing specific to this card and there aren’t any other accessories needed or included.