Geforce GTX 960 faces stiff competition
Last week was all about the Geforce GTX 960 launch and we had a chance to take a closer look at this Maxwell GPU from Nvidia.
Based on Maxwell GM206 GPU
Nvidia has now officially launched its newest mid-range graphics card based on the latest GM206 Maxwell GPU, the Geforce GTX 960.
Preview: Mid-range Maxwell with GPU and memory overclock
The memory overclock really does much to increase gaming results, and GLH is faster that many GTX 960 competitors cards which have higher GPU clock, but no memory overclock. This was a good call on Gainward’s part.
Review: High factory overclock and silent cooler
Nvidia’s Geforce GTX 980 and GTX 970 are extremely powerful and successful graphics cards, and now with the GTX 960 the power efficient Maxwell architecture is available to mainstream consumers.
GM200-400 GPU pictured in detail
While we wait for the official launch of the new Nvidia Geforce GTX 960, which should happen in a couple of days according to the latest rumors, we now have what appear to be first pictures of the new GTX Titan graphics card from Nvidia.
Same optimizations but WHQL certified
Following the recently released Geforce 347.09 Beta Game Ready driver, Nvidia has now updated its driver list with the WHQL version of the same driver.
Game Ready drivers for Elite: Dangerous and MGS: Ground Zeroes
Following latest release of some big game titles, Nvidia has released its newest Game Ready driver, the Gefroce 347.09 Beta.
Mid-range Maxwell graphics card
With DirectCU Silent cooler
Work in progress