Gigabyte VGA released three variants of the GTX 960 GPUs. Starting with the “GV-N960G1 GAMING-2GD” G1 Gaming GTX 960 GPU. The VGA team said via their press release that this is based on a 6-phase GPU design with their Windforce 3x cooling design. This model has 2x dual-link DVI, 3X DisplayPort and 1x HDMI.
Along with the G1 Gaming variant, VGA guys also released a GV-N960WF2OC-2GD and GV-N960IXOC-2GD. The specification comparison of these cards are as follows:
|GeForce GTX 960|
(Base / Boost)
|1241/ 1304 MHz||1165/ 1228 MHz||1216/ 1279 MHz|
|Dual-link DVI-I*1/DVI-D*1/HDMI*1/Display Port*3||Dual-link DVI-I*1/DVI-D*1/HDMI*1/Display Port*1||Dual-link DVI-I*1/DVI-D*1/HDMI*1/Display Port*3|
Digital max resolution
|4096 X 2160|
Analog max resolution
|2048 x 1536|
|H=43mm, L=295mm, W=114mm (without bracket)||H=42mm, L=181mm, W=136mm (include bracket)||H=43mm, L=257mm, W=114mm (without bracket)|
|400W (with two 6-pin external power connectors)|
Note that stock cards are clocked at 1127 MHz, with a boost of up to 1178 MHz.
Some online retailers have started selling this GPU: