Nvidia Confirmed to Launch GeForce GTX 950, First Details Inside
There were rumors in the air that Nvidia was prepping up GeForce GTX 950 (Ti) recently, but now we have picked up word that it is the GTX 950 and not Ti that they are working on.
The processor that the new card is supposed to be packed with is GM206-250 GPU which is expected to be a slightly lighter version of GM206-300.
Moving on, the card is going to have GDDR5 memory which will come in two variants i.e. 2GB and 4GB. Those of you who wish to see the difference between the new card and GTX 960 should know that the primary differences that are expected to be in the areas of clock speed and the CUDA count.
The reference design of the card is expected to look like GTX 960 because when the GeForce GTX 950 comes out it is going to bring you and HDMI port, a DVI connector as well as three DisplayPorts.
The last time we talked about GeForce was in relation to EVGA GeForce GTX 980 Ti Classified ACX 2.0+ and the extreme overclocking being related with it. If you haven’t read it so far, you may check it out here.
So far Nvidia has not shared the official word on their release schedule for the GeForce GTX 950 but we are expecting that they will announce something in the coming weeks.
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