MSI has introduced its new graphics cards MSI GTX 950 2GD5 in four different versions (although almost identical in specifications) with a fairly substantial boost but so that stand is to belong to a new batch of graphics midrange can be fed directly from the PCIe x16 slot on the motherboard without requiring additional typical power connector.
The new models of MSI GeForce GTX 950 graphics cards are the latest addition by MSI to the range of cards Nvidia Geforce GTX 900. They demonstrated how efficient in energy consumption of energy is the Maxwell architecture Nvidia can become, using only 75W of power and offering the full performance of graphic Geforce GTX 950. Acer Aspire VN7 Nitro Black Edition comes With Nvidia Geforce GTX 960M and 950M GTX.
Due to this extreme efficiency, the new models of MSI Geforce GTX 950 does not require additional power from PEG connectors, as they are completely fed through the PCIe slot.
The new models MSI GeForce GTX 950 offer players with moderate budgets perfect choice with a smooth and solid performance Full HD game, especially in MOBA games. The MSI graphics cards GeForce GTX 950 series are equipped with Military Class 4 components reputed to ensure the highest level of durability and stability to all users.
When used with the famous MSI Afterburner overclocking utility, users can control the clock speeds and shader cores and the memory of the Geforce GTX 950 to tune the best performance in their creative applications.
Afterburner supports video capture function Predator and can even be used on smartphones to monitor and control the graphics card of desktop computers. In combination with the function test burn-in of Kombustor, Afterburner is an essential tool for anyone looking to get the most out of your graphics card tool.
The graphs have 768 shader cores operating at 1076 MHz speeds of in normal mode and 1253 MHz in boost mode compared to 1024 MHz and 1188 MHz which uses the Nvidia reference model. All models tienene 2GB GDDR5 works GRAM speeds Nvidia reference model on a 6000 MHz data bus 128 bits.