Looking at the card, you're not going to see anything you haven't seen before. We've seen the Twin Frozr II cooler on a number of cards and having a look here you don't notice anything different. As for the rest of the card, there's no real surprise with two 6-Pin PCI-E Power connectors at the back, SLI connectors towards the front and two Dual-Link DVI ports and a single mini HDMI port for connectivity.
Since MSI has opted to use a new cooler, it would've been nice to see the company overclock the card; instead they've opted for the default clocks which are 608MHz on the core, 1215MHz on the Shader and 3208MHz QDR on the 1GB of GDDR5.
MSI has said there's some serious potential when it comes to overclocking. While we won't be diving into that today, we will be diving into it in the very near future with Afterburner!