BIOSTAR Announces GeForce Gaming GTX 950 Graphics Card

There are quite a few people who don’t need the best of the best graphics card to play the games they are playing or do the work they are doing, and luckily there are a lot of options on the market for them. There is one more now as BIOSTAR announces their new GeForce GTX 950 based gaming graphics card, the VN9505XPX1.

While the card isn’t top of the line, it still supports all the technologies you’d want for the next few years such as DirectX 12, PhysX and DSR technologies and would be perfectly suited for 1080p MOBA games such as League of Legends and DOTA players. The new BIOSTAR GeForce GTX 950 graphics card comes with a 1026MHz base clock speed and a turbo up to 1190MHz. The card has 768 CUDA cores and comes with 2GB GDDR5 memory that runs at 6610MHz on a 128-bit memory bus.

You can connect up to four monitors at the same time via the two DVI ports, one DisplayPort, and one HDMI connector. The maximum supported resolution is 5120 by 3200 pixels, which naturally isn’t a resolution you should try to game in with this card. A card with a GPU like this also comes with a low power consumption and it generates less heat, which in return means that the card will run silently and eco-friendly.

BIOSTAR GeForce GTX 950 GPU Features:

  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX950 GPU
  • 2GB GDDR5, 128bit with ultra-speed memory
  • Low noise, heat pipe cooling design
  • NVIDIA super 768 CUDA processing
  • Dual DVI/display port/HDMI output support
  • PCI Express 3.0 x16 bus interface
  • Support NVIDIA Surround with up to Four Monitors
  • Complete DirectX 12 support
  • Support NVIDIA PhyX and DSR Technology

Biostar Releases GeForce GTX750Ti Graphics Card

There is no doubt that most of us dream of that high-end rig with just the best of the best components, but the truth is that a lot of people don’t need that much power. For a lot of people, less is sufficient. You don’t need triple GTX980 setups to run League of Legends or surf the web for YouTube videos. So why waste money on something that never really will be used. For these people, and anyone else that might want it, Biostar released a new GeForce GTX750Ti (VR75T5XUX1) Gaming/OC graphics card.

The new Biostar GTX750Ti is built with Nvidia’s first-generation Maxwell architecture and comes with 2GB GDDR5 memory on a 128bit memory bus and a full-size PCB. The card offers dual DVI output together with a mini-HDMI for up to 4K displays. It has a 1059MHz base clock and a turbo of 1137MHz. The memory is clocked at 5400MHz.

There is no official DX12 support, but the card does support DirectX 11, Nvidia PuroVideo HD Technology, and PhysX and CUDA Technology. The dual-fan cooling design should keep this already cool card at an optimal temperature versus noise level that is a welcome bonus for anyone.

Biostar has set the MSRP of their GeForce GTX750Ti graphics card at $149.00 which is something more people will be able to afford than the flagship graphics cards that easily run in around the $1K marker.

Colorful Announces Their iGame GeForce GTX 960 KUDAN Mini-ITX Graphics Card

Colorful has revealed their iGame GeForce GTX 960 KUDAN Mini-ITX graphics solution, featuring a custom PCB design and factory overclock frequencies.

The GeForce GTX 960 KUDAN is said to be one of the very few Mini-ITX designs with a GM206 chip, making it very popular in the $200 range market. The graphics solution is said to have a low-wattage percentage and provide great 1080p performance.

In terms of specs, the graphics card comes with 1024 CUDA cores, 64 texture mapping units, 32 raster operation units and a 2 GB GDDR5 VRAM with a 128-bit memory interface. While the memory is clocked at 7010 MHz, the GPU clock comes in two blocks.

The factory overclocked specs that come with the card are set at 1127 MHz base and 1178 MHz boost, but a second OC BIOS is said to be available that can ramp up the card to 1152 MHz and 1216 MHz respectively at the push of the button.

Looking at the aesthetics of the card, we see that it features the same design as the iGame GeForce GTX 980 KUDAN, only a bit smaller. It boasts only one fan, but given its low-budget design, it is enough to keep the Mini-ITX card cool.

Power is said to be provided via a 6-pin connector, having the card coming with a 120W TDP. There is also a single SLI connector present on the card and comes with a single DVI, HDMI and three DisplayPort connectors.

Colorful has already listed the card on its website, but details regarding its availability and pricing have yet to be made available.

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Leadtek Launches WinFast GTX 960 HURRICANE Graphics Card

Leadtek has unveiled their Nvidia GTX 960 based WinFast HURRICANE graphics card that comes factory overclocked, with a dual-fan cooler to keep the card cool at the increased load levels.

Leadtek’s GTX 960 HURRICANE comes with 2GB GDDR5 memory and has 1024 CUDA cores. The card runs with a base clock of 1228MHz and a Boost speed of 1291MHz. A 9% improvement over the reference speed. The two-slot card has a power draw of 120W which really isn’t much for the performance you get.

The card has a pretty common connector layout with three DisplayPort, one HDMI and one DVI and it supports up to 4 screen Nvidia Surround View. A 4GB version of the card is also planned, but no further details were revealed at this time.

Thanks to Leadtek for providing us with this information