If you have seen the packaging for any of the other Nvidia 4000 Series cards then the packaging for the RTX 4060 Ti Founders Edition isn’t going to be a surprise at all. But if this is your first time then you are going to be blown away at the unique design that Nvidia put together. The box has an all-black background like all of their cards and the outside doesn’t have any of the Nvidia green accents that Nvidia has other companies do for their cards. The Founders Edition boxes are simple with the Nvidia logo in silver and then the model name in a huge font across the front. Up on the top, they have an hourglass shape which is a peak at the card design then on the back a sticker that runs across the entire bottom. This has the system specs, support and warranty information, and the UPC and serial number as well as all of the normally required certification logos. What makes the box unique though is when you look at it from the side and you can see all the way through to the other side. It’s a little like a magic trick. The box is made out of corrugated plastic and on the ends they have two tear-off stickers that are the seal and hold the box closed.

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The box then opens up and the top and bottom both have the cutout shape of the card in it so hold it in place and a background that is black but with silver stripes like you are going through space. The card is then featured in its cutout spot upside down so that the text is readable showing its model name. Nvidia doesn’t use any static protective bags or anything that covers the card up so when you open it all up you get the full experience right away.

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When you pull the RTX 4060 Ti Founders Edition out of its cutout there is a layer of cardboard with a hole in the center. That hole has a pull tab for the box they have tucked away in the box. This has a small instructions card with a QR code and basic drawings of how to get started. Below that you also get the 12VHPWR power adapter. For the RTX 4060 Ti Founders Edition, the adapter is just a single 8-pin PCIe power to the new 12VHPWR connection but it is interesting, it does still have two cables for the sleeved cables between the two.

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