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    Lightbulb [With Pic] nVidia GTX 950 is HERE!!!

    At last the sweet spot of Budget Gaming is here,

    nVidia Launched its baby GPU Gtx 950 just hours ago....it is said to beseen as a replacement for the GTX 750Ti, which has been given a global price-cut ahead of the 950's launch.

    Key feature: MOBA-focused, affordable
    Drawback: 2 GB vRAM (may be 1.5gb who knows now!)

    Price: $159 (reference)

    Here are the specs (stock reference):

    GTX 950 Engine Specs:
    768 CUDA Cores
    1024 Base Clock (MHz)
    1188 Boost Clock (MHz)
    49.2 Texture Fill Rate (GigaTexels/sec)


    GTX 950 Memory Specs:
    6.6 Gbps Memory Clock
    2 GB Standard Memory Config
    GDDR5 Memory Interface
    128-bit Memory Interface Width
    105.6 Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec)


    GTX 950 Technology Support:
    (2-way)NVIDIA SLI® Ready
    NVIDIA G-Sync™-Ready
    NVIDIA GameStream™-Ready
    GeForce ShadowPlay™
    2.0 NVIDIA GPU Boost™
    Dynamic Super Resolution Technology
    NVIDIA GameWorks™
    12 API with Feature Level
    12.1 Microsoft DirectX
    4.5 OpenGL
    CUDA
    PCI Express 3.0 Bus Support
    Windows 10, Windows 8 & 8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Linux, FreeBSD x86


    Display Support:
    5120x3200 Maximum Digital Resolution*
    2048x1536 Maximum VGA Resolution
    Dual Link DVI-I, HDMI 2.0, 3x DisplayPort 1.2 Standard Display Connectors
    4 displays Multi Monitor
    HDCP
    Internal Audio Input for HDMI


    GTX 950 Graphics Card Dimensions:
    4.376 inchesHeight
    7.938 inchesLength
    Dual-widthWidth


    Thermal and Power Specs:
    95C Maximum GPU Tempurature
    90W Graphics Card Power (W)
    350W Minimum System Power Requirement (W)
    1x 6-pins

    Source: Gforce.com

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    though Amd always won in same price range performance but this time Nvidia definitely giving Amd a headache .How long BD buyers have to wait to get this card still a question .

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    You wanna know the big difference from reference GTX 960 to this? 30-35% performances difference, you wanna know the price? 160USD, you wanna know how much power it sucks? 100W at total, 20W less than GTX 960. This thing BAAALOWWWWSSS

    It's ¤¤¤¤, like the GTX 960 was. I don't like Nvidia doing this making low tier cards but making them expensive cause the tech is, even the laser cutting for this crap sucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    You wanna know the big difference from reference GTX 960 to this? 30-35% performances difference, you wanna know the price? 160USD, you wanna know how much power it sucks? 100W at total, 20W less than GTX 960. This thing BAAALOWWWWSSS

    It's ¤¤¤¤, like the GTX 960 was. I don't like Nvidia doing this making low tier cards but making them expensive cause the tech is, even the laser cutting for this crap sucks.
    The pricing sucks, because Nvidia have next to zero competition right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    You wanna know the big difference from reference GTX 960 to this? 30-35% performances difference, you wanna know the price? 160USD, you wanna know how much power it sucks? 100W at total, 20W less than GTX 960. This thing BAAALOWWWWSSS

    It's ¤¤¤¤, like the GTX 960 was. I don't like Nvidia doing this making low tier cards but making them expensive cause the tech is, even the laser cutting for this crap sucks.
    I agree, r9 285 offers much better at this price point than this.

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    Here's to the low budget nincumpoofs who don't research before buying, I regret the day I found out my 550 ti was ¤¤¤¤ itself

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    200$ 3GB Vapor X is still probably the best budget card out there.

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    finally nvidia did something great with their low range gpu against competition. 150-160$ totally worth it... although seems like r9 285 at 200$ is better at price/performance, but if you are on the budget you should really consider gtx 950, it definitely beats r7 370, sometimes even beats gtx 760, on per with r9 280.

    in some games r9 285 2gb seems like 15-25% faster than 950

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    So, is it better than the r9 270X? Also, what's its AMD equivalent?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    You wanna know the big difference from reference GTX 960 to this? 30-35% performances difference, you wanna know the price? 160USD, you wanna know how much power it sucks? 100W at total, 20W less than GTX 960. This thing BAAALOWWWWSSS

    It's ¤¤¤¤, like the GTX 960 was. I don't like Nvidia doing this making low tier cards but making them expensive cause the tech is, even the laser cutting for this crap sucks.
    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    Here's to the low budget nincumpoofs who don't research before buying, I regret the day I found out my 550 ti was ¤¤¤¤ itself
    disclaimer: i myself use amd. and i personally think amd usually offers better price/performance than nvidia. so i am not biased to nvidia.
    nothing personal but i gotta tell you this.


    BG has no place for fanboys. you can troll people in fb though

    Now,
    1. where were you when amd sold r9 270 and r7 370 at the same price point? 160$. gtx 950 is wayyy better than 270 or 370 at the same price point, i didnt see you ranting about 370. well, its not like you have to rant about everything, maybe you didnt notice. but you can criticize it now, so we will think you are not a fanboy.

    2. why do you think its a piece of crap? just because its 25~30% slower than r9 285? have you seen other 150$ cards in last 4 years? every low end card is like this... 25-30% less performance with only 10-15% price cut

    3. you know what AMD is really terrible at? driver support. the driver support is uber crap. i still face "MSAA right side bottom screen blur bug" in GTA 5 the game is out there for ~4 months they still cant fix it. how many AAA titles have nvidia sponsored opposed to amd? in dx12 amd graphics card gets a huge boost as of now, well it just clarify the thing that dx11 amd drivers are crap.4. i understand you are angry over gtx 550Ti, the card won the worst gpu of 2011, but on the same year gtx 560 won best gpu 2011 award. where gtx 550Ti was like ~130$, gtx 560 was like 170$. so as gtx 560 was very good at that time, that means nvidia did not always screw up ~150$ gpu do they? gtx 560 was better than 6850 but slower than 6870

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    i didnt understand techpower up benchmark though... everywhere 950 is lot better than 370, but in techpowerup 270x is better than 370 and 950 in older titles

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesBond View Post
    So, is it better than the r9 270X? Also, what's its AMD equivalent?
    according to benchmark... i am a little confused but i think its a lot better depending on the title, in some titles it might be a little slower.

    also, superior driver support. they have more AAA titles sponsored, and even in amd games sometimes nvidia beats amd.

    it can fight with r9 280 depending on the game it seems... although it is much slower than 285

    also its very power efficient.

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    it can fight with r9 280 depending on the game it seems... although it is much slower than 285
    Well, its tough for this card being a buying choice when 285 priced @$154 after $20 rebate...also non reference 950 now selling @ $170. Although it received fairly good ratings by the reviewers around the community, Im waiting for a 950ti version of this.

    So its always been better driver support and power efficiency (nVidia) vs better price/performance ratio (AMD).

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    A big problem with the AMD GPUs are that they're room heaters, period.

    The price usually makes up for it, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Codex View Post
    A big problem with the AMD GPUs are that they're room heaters, period.

    The price usually makes up for it, though.
    You mean the 200 series? Well nobody is gonna talk about that since the 300 pretty much fixed that issue. Also R9 370X is coming soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    finally nvidia did something great with their low range gpu against competition. 150-160$ totally worth it... although seems like r9 285 at 200$ is better at price/performance, but if you are on the budget you should really consider gtx 950, it definitely beats r7 370, sometimes even beats gtx 760, on per with r9 280.

    in some games r9 285 2gb seems like 15-25% faster than 950
    Factory OC models are 170$ while 960 2 GB is around 190$, and offers much better performance.

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    Did Bangladesh get the global price cut for 750TI's? :3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mohaimin Islam View Post
    Did Bangladesh get the global price cut for 750TI's? :3
    Nope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mohaimin Islam View Post
    Did Bangladesh get the global price cut for 750TI's? :3
    gamebaba selling evga 750Ti for 10.5k https://www.facebook.com/groups/6862...8366313959594/

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    gamebaba selling evga 750Ti for 10.5k https://www.facebook.com/groups/6862...8366313959594/
    Yeah contacted them recently, they said the offer is expired

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