Local inflation sheds a different light on the GTX 950 and GTX 960’s price difference.
Local price inflation sucks.
Designed for those of you who simply want to play games.
For those who can’t quite afford the GTX 960.
The new mobility GPU king.
Apparently, TI5 and GeForce go together like salt and pepper.
An android powered arsonist, who would’ve thunk.
And don’t forget an incredible 1 TB/s bandwidth.
Enter the GeForce GTX 950, a cut down, more affordable GTX 960.
It’s the sort of bandwidth the Death Star used.
Here’s hoping for a better result than Arkham Knight.
The compute power of these configurations is insane; the price though… the price.
The most affordable way to game on a PC.
Issues for the Bat, we’ll need some tissues.
It’s Assassin’s Creed Unity all over again.
Is NVIDIA’s GameWorks responsible for another GPU debacle?
For the moment, it’s hard to beat the GTX 980 Ti.
We expected these prices, but we can’t help but feel disappointed in spite.
It really is too much of heaven with NVIDIA’s GTX 980 Ti.
For as solid as its price/performance ratio is, don’t expect the GTX 980 Ti to be all that cheap locally.