As we get closer to the official launch of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 more cards have been appearing. We have already seen Gigabyte’s G1 Gaming card, now cards from ASUS, EVGA and Zotac have been revealed!
ASUS STRIX GeForce GTX 960 OC (STRIX-GTX960-DC2OC-2GD5)
ASUS’s STRIX GTX 960 will be an overclocked GTX 960 that makes use of ASUS’s DirectCU II cooling solution. The card will feature ASUS’s 0 dB technology that is available in all ASUS STRIX graphics cards. The card is quite small and looks to be a great card for mini-ITX systems.
EVGA GeForce GTX 960 Superclocked
For EVGA fans out there, EVGA will be releasing a GeForce GTX 960 Superclocked, which of course will be overclocked. This card will get power via a single 8-pin connector. It features a full-cover baseplate and two large heatsinks that are connected by three copper heatpipes. EVGA will be using their ACX 2.0 cooling solution on the card which has two 80 mm 11-blade fans. We expect this card to be one of the highest clocked GTX 960s.
ZOTAC GeForce GTX 960
Zotac will be releasing four GTX 960 models. These cards will have two different designs and have optional factory-overclocking. The first card is just called the ZOTAC GTX 960. It has the same cooler that was on their GTX 970. The card only has a single 6-pin connector for power. There will be an overclocked version of this card with a core clock of 1177 MHz and boost of 1240 MHz.
ZOTAC GeForce GTX 960 AMP!
Zotac’s second variation of the card will be the GeForce GTX 960 AMP! edition. Zotac offers the same cooling solution, but with three fans on its GTX 980 and 970 models, but since this card is less demanding a two fan solution will work just fine here. The card does have a backplate, which is rare. Power to the card comes by way of a 6-pin connector so overclockers may not be able to push much more out of this card. This card will have clocks of 1266 MHz core and 1329 MHz boost.