EVGA also releases GTX 960 cards with 4 GB VRAM

EVGA also releases GTX 960 cards with 4 GB VRAM

Just hours after Inno3D announced the first GeForce GTX 960 graphics card with 4 GB of on-board GDDR5 memory the graphics card maker EVGA has followed suit with no fewer than three different versions. Unlike Inno3D’s card, though, here we have tons of information – the three versions come with the same ACX 2.0+ cooler but differ in clock speeds. The first card of the three runs at 1127 MHz for the core and 7010 MHz, the second runs at 1279 MHz for the GPU and 7010 MHz for the memory, while the third one runs at 1310 MHz for the GPU and 7010 MHz for the memory. All three cards have three DisplayPort ports, one HDMI and one DVI-I port.

The cards will be on the market on March 10 and will be about 10 per cent more expensive than the same solutions with 2 GB of GDDR5 memory on board.

Source: EVGA

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