Trooper Gaming – an initiative of NVIDIA graphics partner Point of View – launches today a new Trooper card: the GTX 960. The latest addition to the Maxwell family, the GeForce GTX 960 is the perfect upgrade for anyone who wants to experience next-generation Maxwell gaming.
Enjoy advanced gaming that’s 60% faster and twice as power efficient as a previous-generation card. Unleash the massive overclocking potential of this GPU and push your performance even further. Plus, the GTX 960 features MFAA anti-aliasing for the smoothest, clearest images.
Trooper GTX 960 and Trooper GTX 960 Ammo
Point of View will be launching the GTX960 in 2 editions. We will have the standard Trooper GTX960 edition. This version will be running on the standard clock speeds which are already pretty amazing for incredible realistic gaming. The core speed will run on 1128 MHz and the Memory will run on 7010 MHz.
The second version will be the Trooper GTX 960 Ammo edition. As you would expect from cards from the Trooper line up, “Ammo” Edition cards come overclocked out of the box. We increased the core speed to 1165 MHz which will give you even more gaming power straight out of the box.
The GeForce GTX 960 comes loaded with the exclusive graphics technologies that all gamers should demand. Voxel Global Illumination (VXGI) accelerates dynamic lighting for brilliant, immersive graphics and Dynamic Super Resolution technology gives you up to 4K-quality resolution—even on 1080p displays
Stream PC games from your GeForce GTX-powered rig to NVIDIA SHIELD™ portable devices with NVIDIA GameStream™ technology. Get full support for NVIDIA G-SYNC™ monitors with super smooth, tear-free, gameplay. Tap into GeForce Experience™ to automatically get the latest drivers and optimize game settings with a single click. You can even record your greatest gaming moments with NVIDIA ShadowPlay™ to share with friends.
Point of View rolls out the GTX 960 Trooper Edition
Posted on Thursday, Jan 22 2015 @ 19:52 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Point of View informs us about the launch of the company's GeForce GTX 960 Trooper Edition. There are two different versions of this card, one has a base clock of 1127MHz while the other one is factory overclocked to 1165MHz.