Package and Accessories
This product comes in a rather small box that looks familiar to us. We’ve seen the same knight on the package with the ASUS EAH4890.
The design is far from original, but doesn’t look ugly, either. There is no useful info on the face side of the box, save for the type and amount of graphics memory. The interior of the box is divided into a few cardboard compartments. Besides the card wrapped into an antistatic pack, there are the following accessories here:
- DVI-I → D-Sub adapter;
- 2x4-pin PATA → 1x6-pin PCIe adapter;
- CrossFireX bridge;
- Brief SpeedStep user manual;
- CD disk with drivers and utilities;
- CD disk with a full electronic version of the user manual.
The disc with software contains drivers and ASUS SmartDoctor, a utility for software-based control over the graphics card’s GPU voltage. The ASUS EAH5770/2DIS/1GD5 supports this feature fully.
The accessories are not gorgeous, but sufficient for a graphics card priced below $200. You even get a power adapter you can use if your power supply doesn’t have a PCIe 1.0 connector. We don’t have any serious complaints about the packaging or accessories of this product.