So the packaging for the RTX 2070 Founders Edition is just about exactly the same as the two other RTX Founders Edition cards. The box itself is also the same as the previous models as well, only with a new graphic on the outside. The grey 3D lines cover most of the box with the exception of the branding in the bottom left corner. This has the GeForce RTX logo, Nvidia’s logo and then down along the bottom is the 2070 model name. This way the top portion can be used for all of the cards. The green stripe with the model name wraps around the side as well so it can be visible if put on the shelf that way as well. This is the same branding that all Nvidia cards get to keep things consistent between all of the brands.

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Inside the box, the RTX 2070 comes sitting in its foam bed that is cut to fit the card perfectly. There is also foam on the inside of the top to keep the card from moving around. The card is wrapped in a clear plastic, not the old static bags of the past so when you open the box you get a look at your new car. Then behind the card, there is a pullout box for documentation and accessories. The RTX 2070 comes with the support and quick start guides like the other RTX cards. But they don’t include one of the DisplayPort to DVI adapters like with the other cards. That is because you won’t need it with the 2070.

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VaporX replied the topic: #38570 16 Oct 2018 15:57
So based on your testing compared to my own in house testing with 3D Mark (I use 3D Mark as it gives a direct horse power to horse power comparative without brand specific optimizations getting in the way) the Sapphire Vega 56 is only about 3% slower but costs 20% less :-) NICE....
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garfi3ld replied the topic: #38571 16 Oct 2018 19:29
Just saying, you could send a Sapphire Vega 56 over and we can put those numbers down on the same system. We have been lacking the 56 for all of this testing :(

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