PNY GTX 950 2GB Graphics Card Update Review



/ 3 years ago

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Introduction


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Following on from our GTX 950 round-up article, PNY has sent a model which looks extremely promising. We have already seen that the GTX 950 range performs extremely well and the price is extremely attractive for a cheap gaming build.

The PNY GTX 950 is the cheapest GTX 950 that PNY offers and features a single fan design. This is a step away from the usual dual fan designs that PNY produce and personally I really like the subtle design on this.

This card is essentially an unmodified NVIDIA version with an improved cooling design as it features the same base and boost clock speeds as the reference model or 1024MHz base and 1188MHz boost.These speeds don’t sound that impressive, but the overclocking capability of Maxwell and the GTX 950 range, in particular, will see this overclock well into the 1400MHz range.

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Packaging and accessories

The outer box is simple and follows the design that everyone can relate too from graphics cards manufacturers by donning a ‘mascot’.

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It’s refreshing not to be bombarded with information when you flip the box over. Instead, a few key features are outlined and a quick link to visit if you need more information.

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Accessories are simple, with a quick installation guide, driver disc and DVI to VGA adapter.

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One Response to “PNY GTX 950 2GB Graphics Card Update Review”
  1. James Mickelsen says:

    I know this is a little bit… late but in my opinion the PNY 950 is the best, not at stock performance but over clocked, it may not look like it but the cooling on this card is very good, i pushed it as far as I could and ended up getting Mv’s up to +56 and it never gets up to 72*c

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