Performance wise the GTX 960 has followed in the footsteps of the GTX 980. It is a much efficient card when it comes to power consumption and also stays cooler but it barely outperforms a factory overclocked GTX 760 in a one-to-one comparison. However, we've already discussed how the 960 is a redesign that is suited for the mid-range segment and has launched at a much lower price point so expecting the linear performance scale akin to what was achieved from the 760(in comparison to the 770) is unfair. And when used in an SLI configuration it does show some promise. So if you're still running a rig with a Fermi or Kepler 1st generation card then the GTX 960 is a worthwhile upgrade. The Gigabyte GeForce GTX 960 G1 Gaming card has a considerable improvement over the reference design and the factory overclock makes it worth the investment. We even managed to push the card a little further by overclocking it by an additional 90MHz, the packaging claims that the card can go all the way up to 1379MHz base clock. We'd say that buying two of these is a much better proposition than getting a single GTX 980. The card retails for Rs.19,900 though we expect the street price to be a bit lower and that only sweetens the deal.
Gigabyte's top 960 SKU at launch
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 960 G1 Gaming GV-N960G1 Price In India is expected to start From Rs.19900.Gigabyte GeForce GTX 960 G1 Gaming GV-N960G1 is available in colour(s) across various online stores in India.
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