All three new EVGA GTX 960 4GB graphics cards are based on the well known Nvidia 28nm GM206 Maxwell GPU with 1024 CUDA cores and 128-bit memory interface as well as feature EVGA's well known ACX 2.0+ cooler. All new EVGA GTX 960 4GB graphics cards, including the standard one, will be based on the same PCB design with 6+2-phase VRM drawing power from an 8-pin PCI-Express power connector as well as feature a Double BIOS feature.
The only difference between these three new EVGA GTX 960 graphics cards are the actual GPU clocks, so while the standard EVGA GTX 960 4GB ACX 2.0+ will work at 1127 and 1178MHz for the GPU base and the GPU Boost clocks, the EVGA GTX 960 4GB SSC ACX 2.0+ will be factory-overclocked to 1279MHz for the GPU base and 1342MHz for the GPU Boost clock.
The highest factory-overclocked version will be the EVGA GTX 960 4GB FTW ACX 2.0+ which works at a rather impressive 1304MHz for the GPU base and 1367MHz for the GPU Boost clock.
All three graphics cards will share the same 4GB of GDDR5 memory clocked at reference 7010MHz.
Unfortunately, the price and the availability date are yet to be unveiled.