NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 has an almost WhiteCastle Slider-like cuteness about it. It’s not a particularly big product, but one that’s so good at what it does at its humble price-point, and with so little power-draw and noise output, that you could be oddly tempted to buy two of them to stripe across in SLI. You can’t want many of something until you’ve tasted one of it, so be sure to check out our single-card launch reviews:
- MSI GeForce GTX 960 Gaming
- Palit GeForce GTX 960 Super JetStream
- ASUS GeForce GTX 960 STRIX
- EVGA GeForce GTX 960 SSC
Those with just $199 to spare for a graphics card have the option of adding another GTX 960 in SLI. Given how much cost-cutting headroom NVIDIA has given itself with this card, you could see its price drop by several dozen percent in a couple years.
In this review, we clubbed two of the four GTX 960 cards we have with us into a 2-way SLI setup. Since most NVIDIA add-in card (AIC) partners don’t have reference-design cards, we simply picked two of the best cards we have with us, lowered their clocks to match NVIDIA reference specs, and put them through our test-bench. Power-draw and fan-noise tests are, hence, not applicable to this review.
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