MSI GTX960 Gaming Review

COH2 and Sniper Elite 3

MSI GTX960 Gaming Review

Company of Heroes 2

Despite the excellent graphical fidelity, and it definitely looks amazing, there is something about the Essence Engine 3.0 that doesn't make the most out of your graphics card.

MSI GTX960 Gaming Review

Sniper Elite 3

Another title that sees the MSI Gaming sandwich the ASUS version. Clearly you need to overclock the MSI to get the best out of it.

MSI GTX960 Gaming Review  

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Most Recent Comments

22-01-2015, 17:25:51

mikeyc33
I'll take 2 please Quote

22-01-2015, 17:59:43

Coolant
Too anemic in VRAM, and lots of older cards compare to it favorably in metrics that actually matter. For a new card, stretching to that 970 will make for a better bet.Quote

24-01-2015, 20:15:46

realneil
I love the looks of the MSI cards. I'd love to see what two would do in SLI.

Thanks for the review.Quote

25-01-2015, 00:26:40

Emu
My problem with the GTX 960 is that they are only a hundred or so dollars cheaper then the GTX 970 here in Australia. Why would I pay $350-$400 for a 960 when I can pick up a 970 for $450-$550? The 970 is miles ahead in performance and within the same power draw as the 960, i.e. if your powersupply can handle having a 960 in your computer then a 970 will be fine...Quote
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