MSI GTX670 OC Power Edition Review
The packing is very plain and simple, but in a good way. Rather than looking like a child's lunchbox with stickers everywhere, MSI have kept things minimalistic yet still enough to catch the eye. Internally the card is well protected with a thick cardboard outer layer and high density foam surrounding the card and accessories.
The usual array of accessories are on hand. The driver CD also contains the excellent MSI Afterburner overclocking utility, and we have power adaptors and a DVI to VGA adaptor too.
The card itself is all about the Twin Frozr cooler. Now in black rather than the silvery grey we saw on the mark 2 and 3 versions, we can't decide if we prefer this or not. It definitely will blend in better in most peoples setups, but it seems to have lost some of its individuality.
There is no shortage of gorgeous heatpipes to drool over though. Heatsinks are most definitely an art form, and the Twin Frozr IV is the perfect blend of form and function.
Power is provided by two, side-by-side, 6 pin PCIe inputs. The business end consists of two DVIs, a DisplayPort and an HDMI. It's nice to see the DVI's in blue as well, rather than the more standard black or white offerings. Attention to detail.