Based on the GPU GM206 with 1,024 CUDA cores, the benchmark GeForce GTX 960 graphics card can operate at 1,126 MHz in classic mode or 1,178 MHz in Turbo mode. Frequencies can obviously be increased with overclocked models. It is also accompanied by a 2 GB GDDR5 memory interfaced in 128-bit with an operation at 7 010 MHz for the reference model.
Connectivity side, there is a DVI port, an HDMI 2.0 port and three DisplayPort 1.2 ports, which suggests a 5K display (5,120 x 3,200 pixel resolution). Energy consumption can climb to 120 Watts and the temperature will go up to 98 degrees Celsius.
Finally, in terms of price, the price of the GeForce GTX 960 fluctuates between 200 euros for basic versions and 270 euros for overclocked versions. We can cite the basic model of PNY which is displayed at 199 euros and the overclocked model of MSI (1,216 and 1,279 MHz for GPU rates: optimized cooling) which was announced at 239.90 euros. Without counting all the models that our price comparator already references.
PNY and MSI models (click to enlarge)