Gigabyte presents Xtreme Gaming video cards

Gigabyte presents Xtreme Gaming video cards

Gigabyte has launched a new GeForce GTX 950 graphics card under the GV-N950XTREME-2GD product name and while the card looks just fine, there’s something else in it – the GTX 950 GV-N950XTREME-2GD belongs to the brand new Gigabyte Xtreme Gaming line of graphics cards.

The new Xtreme Gaming line of video cards is the first one of many gamer-focused products that Gigabyte will release this year. The new GTX 950 Xtreme Gaming card comes with a Super Overclock GPU and a WindForce-based cooler with a 3D-Active cooling solution for both great performance and low noise levels no matter the environment. The card comes with 2 GB of GDDR5 memory at 7000 MHz, serviced by a 128-bit memory bus and a GPU than runs at 1023 MHz (1405 MHz Boost), up from the reference clock speeds of 1026 MHz and 1190 MHz. In addition to this the GTX 950 Extreme Gaming comes with top-notch hardware components that ensure low power consumption, better performance and more importantly much higher durability compared to other graphics card makers.

Source: Gigabyte

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