The Box and Goodies -
The Z8NA-D6C has a box that is very clean; well fairly clean. The outer shell has great imagery and certainly gives the impression of a fast product. Unfortunately there is a front flap and opening that up was a bit shocking.
Under the flap was some VERY large text. It seemed to be shouting out the features on the Z8NA-D6C. Granted (as you can see from the picture) there are some excellent features. Not the last of which is the support for two 1366 Xeon CPUs each with their own bank of memory. The memory support is also great. You do not have to limit yourself to ECC or Registered RAM but you can use standard DDR3 in this system.
The back of the box shows a picture of the board as well as a fairly detailed spec sheet. Once you get finished with the outer shell you can strip it off to reveal a box that looks exactly like what you just finished looking at (with the exception of the flap of course). Opening up that box yields a slim amount of accessories. But under that thin layer is something quite special.