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Palit, Gainward, Zotac and EVGA show us their own GTX 960

Palit, Gainward, Zotac and EVGA show us their own GTX 960

January 30, 2015 4:47 pm0 comments

Palit and its subsidiary, Gainward, showed us a total of 6 new models of GTX 960, and if we obviate the reference models, we have left the Palit GTX 960 JetStream and SuperJetStream and GAINWARD GTX 960 Phantom and Phantom GHL.

Basically all are the same graphics card, with the same specifications and only changing the sink, as in the case of Palit, they use a dual fan system over a red and black case and GAINWARD models opt for their own cooling system with removable fans.

Thus, the GAINWARD GTX 960 Phantom GLH, along with Palit GTX 960 Super JetStream, remain with the 1279 MHz in the GPU, that can be increased to 1342 MHz in boost mode, while the GAINWARD GTX Phantom and Palit GTX960 JetStream lower their speeds to 1,203 / 1,266 MHz. In all cases the memory keep the 7,010 MHz and 2 GB.

Meanwhile, EVGA has the GTX 960 Superclocked and the GTX 960 FTX, both with the ACX 2.0 sink of double fan (which remain in stop until they reach 60 degrees) and straight heatpipes without bending to improve cooling. According to the company, the use of these SHP heatpipes lowers GPU temperature by 5 degrees.

The GPU of the Superclocked will run at 1,279 MHz (1,342 MHz on Boost), and its 2 GB of GDDR5 memory remain in the 7,010 MHz of the reference model. Moreover, the GTX 960 FTW increases its frequency until the base 1,304 MHz and 1,367 MHz with Boost mode.

Finally, ZOTAC could not be misses here and they will launch two new graphics cards based on NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 GPU, with their own systems of dissipation.

On the one hand we have the GTX 960 and on the other the GTX 960 AMP! Edition. This last model can reach speeds of 1.266MHz / 1.329MHz (normal / boost), while the regular model gets to 1,177MHz / 1,240MHz. The two integrate 2 GB of GDDR5 memory at 7,010 MHz with 128 bit interface, an specification that is present in all GTX 960.

In terms of cooling, it has its own dual fan system with a different design, depending on the model you acquire.

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