Packaging and Accessories
The graphics card comes in a large cardboard box with a picture of a jet fighter on its front and detailed information about the product and its key technologies on the back.
You can open up the flap to learn some more information about the card and take a look at it through the window.
The graphics card is shipped with the following accessories: a DVI->D-Sub adapter, two 6-pin->8-pin power adapters, a SLI bridge, three cables for reading voltages, a disc with drivers and utilities, an installation booklet, and an MSI Military Class III certificate:
The MSI N680GTX Lightning is manufactured in China. Its warranty period is 3 years and its retail price is $599, which is $100 more expensive than a regular GeForce GTX 680. Let’s see what we get for that extra money.