From a practical point of view, a graphics card needs to be powerful enough to meet its owners’ day-to-day demands, whether we’re talking about light multimedia tasks or heavy gaming. However, if you’re a PC enthusiast who built his system with a particular color theme in mind, you’ll also want to pick out a graphics card that matches your motherboard, RAM and cooling solutions. Those of you who chose white will be glad to know that KFA2 just announced its GeForce GTX 960 EXOC White Edition graphics card, which boasts an all-white back-plate as well as a white cooler shroud and white fans.
Its PCB is actually black, which could be good or bad depending on your own tastes and preferences, but it definitely provides a nice contrast. Performance-wise, this GTX 960 comes with a factory OC of 1279 MHz core and 1367 MHz GPU Boost. The memory remained unchanged at 7.00 GHz. The cooling system is composed of an aluminium fin-stack heatsink complemented by 8 mm-thick nickel-plated copper heat pipes that touch directly on the GPU. As far as display outputs are concerned, they include a DisplayPort 1.2, a HDMI 2.0 and a pair of DVI ports.
The card costs €209.90. What do you think about its looks and performance?
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