The packaging the Biostar Racing Z170GT7 comes in is definitely not normal. To me, it is almost too fancy for such a value-oriented product. I have said countless times that I want simple box fronts with nothing more than the product's name, and that's what I got. There are several Intel logos as well, but that's perfectly fine. The rear of the box includes a short specifications list and a few feature highlights, as well as a picture of the rear I/O - simple and elegant, everything here is to the point.
There's a flap on the front that opens to reveal more feature highlights on the flap itself, while the box has a window for a look at the Biostar Racing Z170GT7. I couldn't believe a board this affordable could look this good.
When you open the box via the side panel, you get the board up top, cradled in cardboard, with its accessories underneath, although few in number. Yet you don't really need much more in a motherboard box, do you?
Since the Biostar Racing Z170GT7 has a focus on value for the money, there aren't many accessories you'll leave sitting in the box unused. A full list is below:
- User's manual
- 4 x SATA 6Gb/s cables
- 1 x Supporting DVD
- 1 x Backplate