NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 2GB model to be discontinued?

Posted on Friday, Oct 09 2015 @ 13:20 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
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Rumors are floating around that NVIDIA is planning to discontinue the 2GB version of its GeForce GTX 960, leaving behind only the 4GB models. The report talks about making the GeForce GTX 960 more attractive to buyers, so most likely this means the 4GB version will drop in price.
Nvidia’s GTX 960 is an interesting card. At a price tag of approximately $200 (~$220 retail on Newegg for the 4GB variant), it is cheaper than the 760, but with arguable drawbacks. The card houses a 128 bit bus and either 2GB or 4GB of GDDR5 memory. A report from HWBattle.com on the other hand reveals that Nvidia is actually planning to phase out 2GB versions and only offer 4GB versions of the Geforce GTX 960 to make it more attractive to buyers.
Via: WCCF Tech


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