Like with the card itself, MSI doesn’t brand their Suprim cards like their standard gaming cards and the RTX 4070 Ti Suprim X is no different. The box has a white background with a grey angular design on it and the MSI Gaming dragon logo is in the top left corner in a holographic finish. The Suprim X branding is down at the bottom next to Nvidia’s wrap around which has the 4070 Ti branding in it and MSI went with the same holographic finish for the Suprim X branding as well. Then across the front of the box, they have a picture of the card, not enough products put the product right out in the front and I’m happy MSI did here but it's not a surprise considering how good the card looks. Around on the back, there is another picture of the card, this time zoomed in more on the fan side and with the RGB lighting showing now the white lighting. The back has the Nvidia wrap-around at the bottom and then MSI has highlighted some of the key features above that. They touch on their Torx Fan 5.0, Core Pipe heatpipes, copper baseplate, and the Tri Frozr 3S cooler design.

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When you open things up, right up on top under the protective foam MSI has included a Suprim branded mouse pad which has the MSI Gaming dragon logo and Suprim logos on a grey angular design. It’s a cloth pad with the edge stitched for extra durability. Under that, the MSI RTX 4070 Ti Suprim X is sitting in the foam tray and inside of its static bag.

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Being a Suprim card MSI does go above and beyond with the accessories and I don’t just mean the mouse pad. They also included a Suprim branded support bracket. Most cards from this generation include brackets but this one is a step ahead of the rest with the sliding part is machined aluminum and the base having a rubber grip on the bottom as well. The MSI RTX 4070 Ti Suprim X also has the Nvidia 12VHPWR power adapter which for this card is a three 8-pin to 12VHPWR adapter, the Asus TUF RTX 4070 Ti that I took a look at only had a dual 8-pin adapter so MSI has stepped things up there to support more power.

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For documentation, MSI has kept things simple with the RTX 4070 Ti Suprim X and just included their standard quick user's guide which has QR codes on the front for more detailed installation instructions.

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