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Zotac and Gigabyte GTX 950s pictured

Zotac and Gigabyte GTX 950s pictured

Zotac and Gigabyte GTX 950s pictured

Zotac and Gigabyte GTX 950s pictured

 

Gigabyte and Zotac have just had pictures of their GTX 950's leaked, revealing a bunch of the GPUs specifications and confirming the GPus TDP. Thanks to VideoCardz for posting this information.  

To start off with the GTX 950 will have one less SMX unit than the GTX 960, meaning that it will have 768 GPU cores. The GPU will also have a 128-bit memory interface, 2GB of VRAM and a TDP of 90w, which is 30 watts less than the GTX 960.  

 

Zotac and Gigabyte GTX 950s pictured   Zotac and Gigabyte GTX 950s pictured   Zotac and Gigabyte GTX 950s pictured   

 

Above we have Zotac's GTX 950 offerings, with ZOTAC GeForce GTX 950 model on the top left being the basic model,  which is clocked at Nvidia's reference speeds, and on the right we have GTX 950 OC, which is overclocked to 1102 MHz base and 1279 MHz boost ont he GPU core.

Below the first two Zotac cards we have the GTX 950 AMP! which has clock speeds of  1203 MHz base and 1403 MHz boost. It also comes with a backplate and a cooler which is very similar to Zotac's GTX 960 AMP!.

 

Zotac and Gigabyte GTX 950s pictured   Zotac and Gigabyte GTX 950s pictured  

 

We also have our first looks at Gigabyte's GTX 950 GPUs, one of which will be using Gigabyte's Windforce X2 cooler, with the other using a single fan solution. 

Right now the clock speeds of both GPUs is unknown, but we do know that both will require a single 6-pin power connector. 

This new GPU is expected to be coming in at the $150 price point, placing it head to head with AMD's new R7 370 GPU. The launch of a new GPU at this price from Nvidia will no doubt drive some competitive pricing at the low end, which is certainly a good thing those who build budget gaming PCs. 

 

You can join the discussion on Nvidia's GTX 950 GPU on the OC3D Forums

 

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17-08-2015, 09:05:59

ander01se
The oc on the Zotac AMP... holy crap! o_o

Can't wait to see how it performs.Quote

17-08-2015, 21:28:08

CRITICALThinker
So it has 2 SMM's disabled, the writer of this article assumes that this is still a kepler architecture, where even so, SMX blocks consist of 192 cores. Honestly I was expecting the 950 to have three SMMs disabled, leaving for a 768 core version in the ti model.Quote

17-08-2015, 23:15:12

NeverBackDown
It's confirmed for August 20th release date, 768 cuda cores, 100mhz lower memory clock speed(than 960), 2GB of vram GDDR5. So based off of that confirmed specs from multiple AIBs, will be pretty slow compared to the 960 and at a price point of rumored $150, is seriously underpowered and overpriced compared to the likes of the 370 and 370x which can be had for hardly anymore money but much much better performance.Quote
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