The EVGA GeForce GTX 960 delivers incredible performance, power efficiency, and gaming technologies that only NVIDIA Maxwell technology can offer. This is the perfect upgrade, offering 60% faster performance and twice the power efficiency of previous generation cards. Plus, it features VXGI for realistic lighting, support for smooth, tear freeNVIDIA GSYNC technology, and Dynamic Super Resolut
1279 MHz Base Clock, 1342MHz Boost Clock, 33% More GPU Power
81.9GT/s Texture Fill Rate 112.16GB/s Memory Bandwidth
Father: Nelson is an expert plumber. Whenever anyone has a leaking tap, he’s immediately on hand to mend it. Mother: Beth makes the most refreshing iced drinks, and all the children come from miles around to try them! Baby brother (Blue): Tom takes after his dad. He’s facinated by tubes and pipes, and wants to be a plumber when he grows up. Baby Sister (Pink): Sammy on the other hand hates rainy days. She stays inside during storms and wont go out until all the puddles have dried up. Baby Sister (Yellow): Maisy loves watching the rain fall. Then when it stops she rushes outside to splash about in the puddles!
For Reference: Tomy | UK | 1990 Item #: 2966
* Actually a duck family but as there is already a duck family I decided to change it for my own purposes
SHP Design - Triple 8mm heat pipes offer 6% better heat dissipation then bent pipes with reduced thermal resistance
It’s quiet, it’s fast, and it is really gotta be the best bang for the buck in this price range. It benchmarks well against the Radeon R9 280x for about the same price, and half of the power usage. Yes, it won’t stack up against the 970, and even two of these in SLI won’t beat a 980 because 2gb plus 2gb doesn’t equal 4gb in this scenario. But really, for the price, this will play anything decently at 1080p. If I had a 4k monitor, I would have had to seriously consider going up to a much more expensive card… but considering that at the time of this review, I can only assume they make 4k monitors out of pure Unicorn tears, that probably isn’t going to come up any time soon.
Install was easy, though it is a tight squeeze in a standard mid tower case. I had to move one of my hard drives to a lower bay to give the card enough clearance.
I bought this as overkill to play the not terribly graphics intensive Guild Wars 2, which looks beautiful. Ultra settings with everything maxed got me an average of 84FPS. I had to frame limit it to 60. I have yet to dip below that 60 that I notice, including with lots of action on screen. This thing isn’t even trying hard. Fans have only come on intermittently.
The benchmarks indicate that pretty much nothing currently out will give it a great deal of trouble at 1080p. I think this is going to work out for quite some time for me. And it runs so cool that it will probably last for ages.
You can grab yours below the source link for 204.99. #GAME ON