Gigabyte GeForce GV-N960WF2OC-4GD 4GB Graphics Card
- Powered by Nvidia GeForce GTX 960 GPU
- Integrated with industry's best 4GB GDDR5 memory 128-bit memory interface
- Clock Speed: 1304MHz (Boost)/1241MHz (Base) in OC mode
- Clock Speed: 1279MHz (Boost)/1216MHz (Base) in gaming mode
- Features dual-link DVI-I/dual-link DVI-D/HDMI/DisplayPort*3
- Recommended System Power Supply Requirement: 400W with two 6-pin external power connectors
- Architecture: 28 nm
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Memory Type GDDR5 Chipset GeForce GTX 960 Core Clock Base / Boost clock：1216/ 1279 MHz Memory Clock 7010 MHz Process Technology 28 nm Memory Size 4 GB Memory Bus 128 bit Card Bus PCI-E 3.0 DirectX 12 OpenGL 4.4
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|Hardware Interface||PCIE x 16||HDMI||PCIE x 16||—||PCIE x 16|
|Item Dimensions (Length * Breadth * Height)||11.4 x 25.7 x 4.3 Centimetres||13.9 x 26.7 x 3.6 Centimetres||3.81 x 24.13 x 12.95 Centimetres||3.5 x 19.4 x 12 Centimetres||11.18 x 19.3 x 3.81 Centimetres|
|Item Weight||1 kg||1 kg||0.73 kg||0.8 kg||1.36 kg|
|Memory Clock Speed||7,010 MHz||7,010 MHz||1,392 MHz||7,000 MHz||7,008 MHz|
|Model Number||GV-N960WF2OC-4GD||GTX 960 GAMING 2G||STRIX-GTX1050TI-4G-GAMING||ROG-STRIX-RX560-4G-GAMING||GV-N105TOC-4GD|
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Mad Max (maximum settings) - 60fps
The Witcher 3 (very high settings) - 60fps
Shadow of Mordor (Ultra settings) - 60fps
Assassin's creed Syndicate (very high settings) - 50-60fps
PS:- I have AMD FX8350 (8 core edition) and 16GB Corsair Vengeance RAM.
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Besides the improved performance and more modern outputs, the big win for me is Gigabyte's cooling. The large fans run quietly in the first place (much quieter than my case and CPU fans). But once Nvidia drivers are installed, the fans spin down until needed, prolonging their life and keeping the unit effectively silent.
The 960 is positioned towards the bottom of the Nvidia 900 desktop series, but it turns in respectable performance numbers. Using the free 3dMark benchmarking tool (available also on Steam as the 3dMark "demo"), this 960 scored nearly 3x as high as the 460 on the most challenging test ("Firestrike"), more than 2x as high on the next most intense test ("Sky Diver"), and more modest improvements on the CloudGate (32%) and Icestorm (14%) tests. That's compared to my old Gigabyte GV-N460OC-1GI (1Gb overclock model).
Those results are with no other changes, running on Windows 7, on my ~5 year old i5-based game rig. It's likely a newer system (with PCIe 3.x and faster main memory) would have shown an even more marked improvement.
It's a hefty card, with a metal cover over the "back" of the board (the side without fans), which makes handling it easier, and looks cool. In a standard ATX tower case installation, the fans face the bottom of the case.
The card is large enough that it may not fit in small cases (it's almost an inch longer than the 460 it replaced). In my case I had to sacrifice 2 SATA ports that are no longer reachable. Those of you with small cases should consider one of the"alternate" Gigabyte models that are shorter (the two models with single fans).
If you're building a new rig with this card (or planning on dual cards for SLI), do youself a favor and make sure you have a big case, long power cables, and use a full-sized (ATX) board, instead of a micro or mini-ATX.
Also check the power requirements; besides wattage, this card requires two 6-pin power inputs. One converter is included for turning two 4-pin power connectors into a single 6-pin.
Gigabyte states the card can drive up to 4 displays simultaneously. I've owned several gigabyte graphics cards and have used their motherboards, and have never had problems with any of them. Gigabyte is on my current list of "trusted" brands.
For all but the most hard-core gamers, a card like this one offers plenty of oomph for recent and current games. This is a big, elegantly designed graphics card with excellent cooling. Highly recommended for gamers looking for performance without breaking the bank.
..from tech support..." As you might already know, first number is series and the second number is the speed (performance). The second number is very important that we recommend over 5. For example GT 630 is 6 series with performance 3 (1 is lowest). We normally recommend higher than 5 for this number so it is better to choose 580 than 630.
Recommend cards are 560Ti, 580, 660, 660Ti, 680, 760, 780 and so on. "
Anyway, I paid $170 after rebate, which, near as I can tell, is an incredible price for this much performance. There's tons of gamers reviewing this thing that can give you frame rates for various games and what not, but all I can say is he's been able to max out the settings on all of the games he plays. Which he couldn't do before. So there.
My only regret is that I didn't buy this card for myself. Not for gaming, but for video editing. It supports hardware encoding of 4K video (h.265) taking quite a load off of the processor. I believe it's the only card that does that currently. Or maybe it's the least expensive card that does it right now. Either way, my card won't. Boo hoo.
All that said, this earns my hearty, official seal of approval.
Grand Theft Auto V is the only game I've run into a few stuttering problems with, but that is caused by a faulty game patch (GTA V 393.2)
Everything else runs fine.
As far as overclocking goes, I managed to clock the card up to 1337 Mhz with a 1400 Mhz boost, which boosted performance and did not cause any problems. As far as the memory goes, I would not recommend over clocking the memory higher than 7152 Mhz; Any higher than that and it can cause graphical artifacts and freeze screen tearing (top of the screen may freeze while lower half continues).
The card has two fans (gaming ver has 3) which run very quietly, even when overclocked, I have not seen the temperature go higher than 55 C with a moderate custom fan curve. It idles around 28 C (in an air conditioned environment) - about 31 C idle in a room-temp environment.
If you are on a budget, yet looking for a high end card, I would definitely recommend this over the new GTX 950. If your budget can spare a few extra dollars, I would still recommend going for the GTX 970 as it doesn't cost much more.
If you get this card, I recommend these settings for overclocking the card (using GIGABYTE OC GURU II):
GPU Clock: +121
Memory Clock: +75
Core Voltage: +0.0375
Target Power: +30
This will level the card out at 1400mhz boost, giving a slight performance increase without generating too much extra heat and no visual artifacts.
BUT ALWAYS BE CAREFUL WHEN OVERCLOCKING! Make sure you know what you are doing first!