Manli Technology Group Limited, the major Graphics Cards, Mini-PCs and other components manufacturer, today announced the latest mid-range of 9 series graphics solution, Manli GeForce GTX 950. MOBA games have been increasingly popular recently, and some gamers may concern to upgrade their PC in limited budget, to unleash true gaming potential. Manli GeForce GTX950 will be the best choice.
Powered by second-generation Maxwell architecture, with 768 CUDA cores enabled and running at 1038-1216MHz, to provide 3x performance than previous generation GTX650. With the support of 2GB GDDR5 and running at 6610MHz, Manli GeForce GTX950 enhances the competitive edge in MOBA games, and provides more OC headroom for users to overclock in Manli TurboEngine software.
The cooler of Manli GeForce GTX950 equipped with black single fan with enhanced aluminum heat sink, to provide cooler yet higher C/P ratio than previous generation products. It also enables true 4K/60Hz output through HDMI 2.0 port and DP 1.2 port, with H.265 4K video decoding acceleration support, to provide the latest solution for Ultra HD video playback and 1080p mainstream gaming.
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