NVIDIA has officially announced the GeForce GTX 960 graphics card. This will be NVIDIA’s mid-range offering in their 900 series, based on the GM206 silicon, with 2.9 billion transistors, a 294 mm² die-area, and 2 GB of GDDR5 running across a 128-bit wide memory bus.
Well here are the first known shots of NVIDIA’s next-gen flagship graphics card, the GeForce GTX Titan X. This card is powered by the brand new 28 nm GM200 silicon, which we have heard may feature 3072 CUDA cores, is based on the Maxwell architecture, has a 384-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface, NVIDIA’s latest memory bandwidth tech, 96 ROPs and 12 GB of memory.
The first pictures of Gigabyte’s GeForce 960 G1 Gaming graphics card has been revealed. The card follows in the footsteps of previous G1 Gaming cards from Gigabyte. The card will carry a factory overclock and a hefty cooling solution.
On NVIDIA’s latest releases, the GTX 970 and 980 we saw many add-in card (AIC) partners that use custom cooling solutions feature a idle-fan off mode. This feature allows for the fans on the card to turn completely off when the card is at idle or below a temperature threshold. This in turn makes the card completely silent when you are not gaming. NVIDIA is planning at add this feature to their next generation GeForce GTX Titan X graphics card.
To start the card will be based on NVIDIA’s 28 nm GM206 silicon. It will pack in 1024 CUDA cores that are based on the Maxwell architecture, 64 TMUs, possibly 32 ROPs, and has 2 GB of memory across a 128-bit wide GDDR5 interface. While you may think that the bus seems narrow, NVIDIA will be using lossless texture compression technology that will effectively improve bandwidth utilization.
Our original report on the launch of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 said it would launch a couple of weeks after CES 2015 and now we have a real date. According to a recent report by Hermitage Akihabara the card will launch January 22, 2015.
Galaxy has just launched their single-slot GeForce GTX 750 Ti Razor graphics card in Europe under their Galax brand. This single-slot card uses a nickel-plated copper channel heatsink, which cools the GPU, memory, and VRM. The single-slot design makes it perfect for small form factor and HTPC builds.
NVIDIA’s budget-friendly GeForce GTX 960 graphics card is said to be postponed till Q1 of 2015 as reported by Hermitage Akihabara. The reason for NVIDIA delaying the release of the GTX 960 is strong sales of both the GeForce GTX 980 and GeForce GTX 970.
NVIDIA recently unleashed an onslaught on the gaming world, an onslaught named Maxwell. We launched the new graphics architecture during GAME24, an unprecedented 24-hour celebration of gaming. And it blew away gamers across the globe. We held onto one big secret, which we’re revealing today: the introduction of the GeForce GTX 970M and GeForce GTX 980M notebook GPUs.
Palit has rolled out their fastest GeForce GTX 980 graphics card to date, the GeForce GTX 980 Super-JetStream. This card sits above the GTX 980 JetStream that the company kicked off their GTX 980 line with.