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.
Coming without a 6-pin PCI-Express power connector
MSI has rather silently introduced two new Geforce GTX 950 series graphics card that will lack the 6-pin PCIe connector and be limited to 75W, the MSI GTX950-2GD5-OCV2 and the MSI GTX950-2GD5-OCV3.
4GB is where it is at
Confirming rumours, Nvidia AIB partners are phasing out the 2GB version of the Geforce GTX 960 graphics card and replacing them new 4GB models.
Maxwell optimized for MOBA and 1080p gaming
Nvidia has launched its newest Geforce 900 series graphics card, the GM206-based, US $159.99 priced Geforce GTX 950.
We had heard details of Nvidia's upcoming Geforce GTX 950 graphics card and it appears that the launch be soon as the card has been pictured and listed in retail/e-tail.
Not to be known as the GTX 950 Ti
We now have some of the newest alleged details for the Geforce GTX 950 graphics card that should launch on August 17th.
With WindForce 2X cooler
It appears that short Geforce GTX 960 are popular as Gigabyte has decided to launch two new Geforce GTX 960 graphics cards that will be slightly better than its original Geforce GTX 960 Mini we saw earlier.
The Gigabyte GV-N960IX-2GD
Following in the footsteps of other Nvidia partners, Gigabyte has also unveiled its own version of the short Geforce GTX 960 ITX graphics card, the GV-N960IX-2GD.
Preview: Featuring 4GB memory and backplate
Nvidia launched GTX 960 series back in January, making it the first mainstream graphics card based on the company's new Maxwell architecture. Until now, all GTX 960 graphics card were equipped with 2GB memory.
Standard, SuperSC and FTW versions
EVGA has announced new additions to its Geforce lineup, including no less than three different GTX 960 graphics cards with 4GB of GDDR5 memory, standard one, GTX 960 4GB SSC and the GTX 960 FTW.