The RTX 3060 Ti Founders Edition has the same packaging as the RTX 3070 Founders Edition, except for the model name on the front of the box. This includes the black background and the silver stripes. Around back they have a sticker with a basic specifications breakdown including dimensions, power requirements, power connections needed, and windows requirements. They also list off what you get in the box as well. I still always prefer having packaging with a picture of what is inside, but I do like Nvidia’s consistency with their Founders Edition card packaging. The box doesn’t even say that it is a Founder Edition.
The best part about the packaging though is how when you pull the top off you are greeted with the card right up on top without any static protective bags. It's displayed like jewelry in its foam tray. The lid has foam inside as well to help keep it safe. Then up under the RTX 3060 Ti FE you have a box with the documentation and accessories. This includes a quick start guide and a support guide. Then there is also a warning card telling you that you need to use the included power adapter to avoid damage and potentially voiding the warranty.
Speaking of the power adapter, this is the same version that comes with the RTX 3070 Founders Edition. It has the new 12-pin power plug at one in and a traditional PCI 8-pin at the other end. If you look close in the 12-pin you can also see that only half of the pins are there, which helps avoid any issues if you somehow accidentally use this in the RTX 3080 or RTX 3090. The new 12-pin design is more compact, which you can see that it ends up being smaller than the old 8-pin, even with more pins.