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EVGA announces new low-power GTX 950 graphics cards

by on06 April 2016

A total of four different versions

EVGA has announced four new GTX 950 series graphics cards that will lack the additional PCIe power connector but still come with a decent GPU overclock.

The entire lineup of new low-power GTX 950 graphics cards from EVGA will be based on the same Nvidia Maxwell GM206 GPU with 768 CUDA cores and 2GB of GDDR5 memory, clocked at 6610MHz and paired up with a 128-bit memory interface. All four new EVGA GTX 950 graphics card will also use the same dual-slot cooling system with EVGA's well-known ACX 2.0 single-fan cooler.

Although EVGA managed to get rid of the additional 6-pin PCI-Express power connector, the new low-power GTX 950 will still feature an SC (SuperClocked) version that will be factory-overclocked to 1076MHz for the GPU base and 1253MHz for the GPU Boost clocks, while standard version will stick to 1025MHz GPU base and 1190MHz GPU Boost clocks.

The difference also lies in the display output configuration as EVGA will release two coming with DisplayPort, HDMI and a single DVI outputs and two with same DisplayPort and HDMI as well as two DVI outputs, something that EVGA also did earlier with its standard GTX 950 lineup. 

Unfortunately, EVGA did not reveal any details regarding the price or the availability date but considering that these are pretty much the same as the earlier available GTX 950 lineup, we guess there won't be any big price difference and these should be available soon. 

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Last modified on 06 April 2016
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