Asus & MSI GTX950 Face Off

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nVidia GTX950 Two Card Showdown

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We can't be the only people surprised at how near to the performance of the GTX960 the GTX950s are getting? Given their positioning in the nVidia range and the previous GTX x50 performance one would have expected them to be a lot further behind their bigger brothers. 

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20-08-2015, 09:07:57

AlienALX
Nice fun review thank you. I think I would go with the MSI, mostly because it looks more substantial but the Strix could be good for ITX rigs Quote

20-08-2015, 09:21:42

MadShadow
Im impressed with how freakin close it is to a 960Quote

20-08-2015, 09:44:10

Wraith
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Originally Posted by MadShadow View Post
Im impressed with how freakin close it is to a 960
Aye my first thoughts too They are ridiculously close, leaves no room for a Ti model, unless they Ti the 960.

GTX950 £130
GTX960 £160

http://i.imgur.com/fy2KIV6.jpgQuote

20-08-2015, 10:20:51

Meladath
Not bad at all. Really needs to be compared to the 370 though given they have similar price point's, (although only 4GB version of the 370, 2GB version is notably cheaper). Looks like nvidia has a great budget card on their hands, although extensive comparisons must be made.

960Ti coming for sure, 960 was a joke given its price point, even more so now that this is out.Quote

20-08-2015, 15:11:36

the_weegie
Kinda think there should be more cards in the same price bracket in the graphs to compare it to. All well and good showing how it fares against a 980ti but people would generally want to know how it performs against other similar priced cards.Quote
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