( 4.8 Average / 9 Ratings )
According to Nvidia this is the 1080p sweet spot card. Prior to games like GTA V I would have agreed. I think its a great card to play any 1080p game at 60 fps but the 2gb VRAM is holding it back. They make 4 GB versions and those seem to be a better buy upon first glance, but if you look over to the AMD side of things those cards for the same price out perform it. If you have to go Nvidia this is a good card. I went with it because I got a great deal on it.
Runs cool and quiet, as advertised. So far I've had good experience with it playing at 1080p. I will update this when I get a chance to try out some more games with it, including the one that came bundled (Arkham Knight).
It worked, was compact, and quiet when the fans are not at full speed.
Great card! It fits in my case and performs like it should. It is however, slightly inferior to the R9 380 that I originally had.
EVGA GTX 960 SC - No complaints. No regrets not spending another $20 for the EVGA SSC or another $60 for the fancy G1 Gaming.
Runs the games I want very smoothly, no problems here. I mainly play League of Legends and CS:GO, does the job perfectly.