Monday, May 23, 2016

MSI GeForce GTX 960 Gaming 2G Graphics Card Short Review

MSI, a Taiwan-based computer hardware manufacturer has given a tough competition to other manufacturers like Nvidia in terms of the graphics card.
Most of the graphics card companies are trying to target Full HD resolution of 1080P. MSI also targets the same with GeForce GTX 960 which is capable of handling up to 1080P.
GeForce GTX 960
In terms of design, MSI has added twin Frozr V cooling system to reduce the fan noise and maximise the air circulation with a better gaming experience.

MSI GeForce GTX 960 :

GeForce GTX 960  has 1024 CUDA cores and 64 Texture Units and 32 ROPs with 2GB of DDR5 RAM and a 128-bit memory bus with a memory bandwidth of 112GB/s. It supports connecting up to 4 monitors via one DVI-I and HDMI port and three Display Ports.
The official Gaming App, allows the users to overclock to 1216 MHz core with a boost frequency of 1279 MHz in the OC Mode. The default setting is the Gaming Mode with a clock setting of 1190MHz and a boost clock of 1253MHz. The Silent Mode clocks down the core to 1127 MHz with a boost clock of 1178MHz.

MSI GeForce GTX 960 Performance:

In Battlefield 4, running the game on the Medium preset at 1080p, there was a great jump to an average of 123FPS although it is still 14FPS less than the average on the EVGA card. On Ultra setting the average FPS drops down to 80 compared to the 107 on the EVGA card.

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