EVGA is joining ASUS in offering low-power GeForce GTX 950 graphics cards that don't require a six-pin power connector. The four variants differ in their clock speeds and their inclusion or exclusion of an extra DVI-D output. All of these cards have DVI-I, HDMI 2.0, and Display Port 1.2 outputs. Of note for small-form-factor PC enthusiasts, the cards are half-length, full-height, dual-slot affairs that measure 6.8" long by 4.4" wide.
|Product||Part Number||Base Clock (MHz)||Boost Clock (MHz)||DVI-D Output|
|EVGA GeForce GTX 950 SC||02G-P4-0958||1076||1253||Yes|
|EVGA GeForce GTX 950||02G-P4-0954||1025||1190||Yes|
|EVGA GeForce GTX 950 SC||02G-P4-0956||1076||1253||No|
|EVGA GeForce GTX 950||02G-P4-0952||1025||1190||No|
The SC or "Superclocked" variants of these GTX 950s run at 1076MHz base and 1253MHz boost speeds, while the regular versions run at 1025MHz base and 1190MHz boost clocks. Hot-clocked or not, these GTX 950s are cooled by EVGA's ACX 2.0 single-fan heatsink. The cards' specs are otherwise standard GTX 950 fare. Each card is powered by a GM206 GPU with 768 CUDA cores paired with 2GB of GDDR5 operating at 6610MT/s. For more details, read our full review.