Our original report on the launch of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 said it would launch a couple of weeks after CES 2015 and now we have a real date. According to a recent report by Hermitage Akihabara the card will launch January 22, 2015.
It is still very likely that we will see this card shown at CES as a press preview or it will end up randomly be in a display system, which happens quite often at CES. The card itself will be based on the new GM206 “Maxwell” silicon. We do know that the card will have a 128-bit wide GDDR5 interface, 2 GB of memory, and a much lower power draw than the GTX 760. The card will get power from a single 6pin PCI-Express power connector. The card is expected to have a MSRP of around $200.
Source: Hermitage Akihabara | News Archive