NVIDIA Brings Maxwell to Millions of Gamers with GeForce GTX 960

Nvidia announced The GeForce GTX 960, which will bring Maxwell’s powerful and efficient architecture to more gamers than ever before. We reported about Zotac’s GTX 960 cards. Now we want you to show wthat NVidia say about their new card. According to the press release, “The GTX 960 offers the same incredible Maxwell performance and advanced technologies of its big brother the GTX 980, but at a more affordable £159.99 price point.”

 The GTX 960 is powered by 1,024 CUDA cores; while delivering 60 frames per second on full HD 1080p displays.

Maxwell’s power efficiency means the GTX 960 can serve up MOBA titles such as League of Legends or DOTA2 in stone silence – while sipping just 30 watts of power.  The GTX 960 also supports Maxwell advanced technologies like dynamic super resolution (DSR), which provide a 4K experience on a 1080p monitor, and multi-frame anti-aliasing (MFAA).

The GTX 960 will support for Microsoft’s next-generation DirectX 12 standard, due this year with Windows 10.

Comment below, what you think about the GTX 960. We also got some Images for you below.




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