NVIDIA is planning to release a new graphics card in the sub-$140 range. The new SKU will sit below the current GeForce GTX 950 in the product stack. NVIDIA will be retiring the GeForce GTX 750 Ti and is looking for a true replacement for the GTX 750 (non-Ti). Both of these cards are based on the older first generation “Maxwell” architecture. The new GeForce GTX 950 SE or GTX 950 LE as its being called will be carved out of the current GeForce GTX 950.
The GeForce GTX 950 SE will feature one less streaming multiprocessor Maxwell (SMM) than whats on the current GeForce GTX 950. This gives you a total of 5 out of the 8 total that are on the GM206 silicon. This will give you a CUDA count of 640, 40 TMUs, and a ROP count of 32. The 128-bit memory bus will hold 2 GB of GDDR5 memory. The board power is expected to be around 70W, which will be supplied by a single 6pin PCIe power connector on in some cases none at all. The clock speed and memory speed are expected to be slightly lower than those of the GTX 950. NVIDIA could be launching this SKU in March.