( 4.9 Average / 15 Ratings )
run 3 1080p monitors, and n the stock bios in never makes a noise! (not over the sound of my case fans at least) though I changed the fan curve to keep my whole case cooler, since the fans didnt turn on til 60 C. Which the fan are very powerful and when stress testing my system the fans can get loud but i have not gotten my card to its 80 C ceiling yet.
Maxes out the settings and almost all the games I have to play right now. The fans are super quiet and don't even come on unless they are really needed. The extra 2gb of vram seem to be very much worth it. Very happy with this card.
Great for 1080p gaming and multi-monitor setups.
Can handle almost any game you throw at it maxed out at 1080p, Great "console killer".
with that said, For $100 more the 970 is worth it.
Performs amazingly. Of course, now it isn't worth it anymore, due to newer graphics cards being released. cough cough Pascal cough cough Polaris
I hate my luck.
EVGA GTX 960- Not the best, but certainly not the worst/ With other components graphics card works like a beast
Under-rated card, IMO. I've overclocked it to 1500mHz with PrecisionX software with no issues, and could probably take it higher if I wanted to. Runs The Sims 3 Into the Future + other EPs at 1680 x 1050 resolution without a hitch.
a beast of a gpu for most games at 1080p and i havnt had any issues i would very much recommend this for a budget build
A definite upgrade from a 750 Ti, good performance for the price. It stays cool and only audible when fans go <50% fan speed
For the price I found it at made a lot of sense for my build.