GTX 950Ti in the works?

GTX 950Ti in the works?

GTX 950Ti in the works?

GTX 950Ti in the works?


It looks like Nvidia has plans to release a new mid-range GPU using their Maxwell architecture. Is a GTX 950Ti incoming?

What is known about this GPU, at least according to Videocardz, is that it will be made using Nvidia's GM206-250 GPU core, which is likely going to be a cut down version of the GPU core used in Nvidia's existing GTX 960 GPU. Videocardz also say that this GPU will be an Nvidia GTX GPU, meaning that the GPU will be GTX x50 or above branded GPU, at least of Nvidia's previous history is anything to go by.    

  GTX 950Ti in the works?

[Nvidia's GTX 750Ti GPU]  

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.


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30-06-2015, 06:16:26

Wasn't 750ti Maxwell based?Quote

30-06-2015, 06:23:10

Originally Posted by Thelosouvlakia View Post
Wasn't 750ti Maxwell based?
It was but that was maxwell 1.0, the 900 series is technically maxwell 2.0.Quote

01-07-2015, 16:12:05

Wonder how it'll perform. The 960 already has a 128bit bus and if this is cut down, no AA enabled or it'll come to a crawlQuote

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