Spotted by Techpowerup.com at HWBattle.com site, the newest GM206 based graphics card will not be called the Geforce GTX 950 Ti, as earlier believed, but rather just the Geforce GTX 950. Based on the same GM206 GPU as the Geforce GTX 960, but will slightly less CUDA cores, the Geforce GTX 950 will be directly competing with the Radeon R7 370.
According to details, the Geforce GTX 950 will have 768 CUDA cores with 32 ROPs and 48 TMUs and pack 2GB of GDDR5 memory with a 128-bit memory interface. The GPU will be clocked at speeds between 1150MHz and 1250MHz for the GPU base and between 1350MHz and 1450MHz for the GPU Boost clocks, while the memory will work at 6.6GHz or 6.75GHz.
Strangely, the reference model will feature a single 8-pin PCI-Express power connector with typical board power rated at 90W, which is quite strange considering that this is a GTX 750 Ti successor and a mid-range graphics card. The display output configuration will include DVI, HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort outputs and it will also support 2-way SLI.
Unfortunately, there is still no details regarding the price, but we expect it to go for anywhere between US $150 and $180 if it is to compete with the R7 370. As noted, it should launch on August 17th.