NVIDIA yesterday 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. We can say Inno3D is 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.

Inno3D GeForce GTX 960 Ultra and OC with 4Gb of VRAM


Company Inno3D has announced that it will release in March GeForce GTX 960 versions 4 GB of GDDr5 memory coupled with 128-bit interface – namely iChill GeForce GTX 960 OC and Inno3D GeForce GTX 960 Ultra. Detailed specification both cards are not yet known, but both have to work with raised frequencies. The second version is distinguished by a sizeable cooling featuring three fans, which will allow for even higher Overclocking.

We can suspect that not only Inno3D but other manufacturers will also release GeForce GTX 960 version with 4 GB of memory. What will be the 4Gb of VRAM affect on gaming? We’ll find out about it after the first test.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 – Specifications

Tech4Gamers GeForce GTX 760 GeForce GTX 960 GeForce GTX 970
GPU Kepler GK104 Maxwell GM206 Maxwell GM204
CUDA Cores 1152 1024 1664
TMU 96 64 104
ROP 32 32 64
Clock Speed 980/1032 MHz 1127/1178 MHz 1050/1178 MHz
Video memory 2 GB GDDR5 256-bit 2 GB GDDR5 128-bit 4 GB GDDR5 256-bit
Memory clock 6008 MHz 7010 MHz 7010 MHz
Memory Bandwidth 192 GB / s 112 GB / s 224 GB / s
Power Connectors 2x 6-pin 6-pin 2x 6-pin
TDP 170 W 120W 148W
Price $ 249 $199 $ 329

Source: ComputerBase

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