The ECS C19-A SLI comes bundled with a few useful accessories, but overall I would say the bundle is quite spartan. In the below left imge you see the driver/utility CD, the multi-lingual user's guide, and a bit of propaganda on SLI. The below right image shows off more of the included goodies; a brace to hold the SLI bridge in place, an old school flat ribbon IDE and floppy cable, one SATA data cable, one 4-pin to SATA power converter, and the rear I/O panel.
The images below show off the last item included with the board, the SLI bridge.
That is all of it... You get the basics, but for the most part the items are no frills, and you definitely don't get as many goodies as you might on a higher priced board. For those with multiple drives, or those who might want to make the extra USB headers available externally, you are on your own.
The software bundle is fairly slim, as well. The disc contains the drivers configured into an auto-installer that does make things easy, despite looking rather antiquated. Other than that, there are a handful of utilities that fell into two main categories to me. Those that you need, but might be better off looking online for the latest and greatest... And those that I had never heard of before, making me realize that I probably didn't need/want any of them.