NVIDIA had released the GeForce GTX 960, the flagship with a price tag of $199. But the standard version is equipped with 2 GB of memory, which in the case of playing at higher resolutions may not be sufficient. After 2 days of release, we can say Inno3D was first to examine these negations among players and they have announced that we are working on two custom versions of GeForce GTX 960 with a double dose of memory, both will make debut in the March. Today, apart from Inno3D the premium products giant EVGA has also released its new version of GTX 960 Graphics card with 4Gb of GDDR5 memory.

EVGA and Inno3D Announce the First 4GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 Cards

EVGA’s new 4GB NVIDIA GTX 960 SuperSC

The new EVGA’s new GTX 960 with 4Gb of GDDR5 memory is featuring lots of features first is the ideal ACX 2.0+ cooler, which promises low noise and better cooling. Previously we have reviewed EVGA GeForce GTX 960 SSC and you must admit it this cooler is amazing, after Overclocking it to 1538Mhz  the temperature was still smiling under 45c. In terms of specifications it pushes Base/Boost clocks to 1304/1367MHz out of the box.


At the Inno3D’s press release they have also released a single new model featuring 4GB of memory as promised, we have not seen the Ultra version with 3x fans which was shown below in the announcement. The new Inno3D Geforce GTX 960 4Gb is in terms of look same as their existing GTX 960 OC card.

You can expect the higher prices of new variants with 4Gb of VRAM.  The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 comes to replace the GTX 760 still up 50 euros cheaper than when his predecessor was launched, all with a yield close to the GTX 770 and a starting TDP 120W.

Existing Inno3D GTX 960 OC card