So the box for the RTX 2060 SUPER Gaming X has a large photo of the card on the front with its LED lighting lit up. Below that is the Gaming X brand logo along with the Nvidia wrap around with the GeForce RTX 2060 SUPER. MSI just let the Nvidia wrap around be the only location with the GPU name but everyone knows to look there. Now around on the back, they do dive into some actual information about the card. They talk about the Twin Frozr thermal design with details on the Torx 3.0 fans and how the heatsink handles aerodynamics with a ribbed design on the top of the heatsink. Next, to that, they have another box titled Blazing Performance but all of the photos are related to the RGB lighting on the card which is really weird and I’m guessing is a typo. That is where you can get a look at what the card looks like at least in addition to the large photo on the front. Being able to see the card on the packaging is a big deal for me, if you are buying retail you don’t get photos of every angle and you can’t open the box up. They have a few basic specifications on the back as well but nothing important like clock speeds or even the dimensions. The memory capacity is there and the display connections are listed which helps, but that’s about it.
Inside there is a second box that you can pull out. It comes with the card sitting in a foam bed cut to fit the card perfectly and with foam on top as well. The card is also wrapped up in its static protective bag. It isn’t going to get damaged in shipping, in fact, I’ve seen a lot of these cards come into me in boxes the exact size as the product box with no additional padding or protection.
There was an envelope with some documentation in it but MSI doesn’t include any accessories. Inside you get two MSI Gaming coasters and their computer workshop comic. There is a quick user guide and then information on registering and a small paper with info on the MSI Gaming lineup of products.