The box for the GTX 660 Twin Frozr has a stylized version of its cooler across the front of the box along with your typical GeForce GTX 660 logo and the MSI logo. The front of the box also opens up and is packed full of information as well as a window into the box. I love the idea of the window, but with the card still wrapped in a static protective bag, the window is a little pointless. It’s a shame too, because I would love to be able to take a peek at the Twin Frozr’s heatsink. Around on the back of the box you also have a list of features, product specifications, and a minimum system requirement list as well.
Inside the box you can see everything arranged with a very generous amount of foam in between to protect the card during shipping. There is a second box tucked away up under all of the foam that has the last of the accessories as well as the driver disc and documentation. The card comes with one DVI to VGA adapter and a Molex to 6 pin power adapter as well. For documentation you get a fold out quick start guide and then a small paper with information on the card itself.