Gigabyte has announced a new addition to its Xtreme Gaming lineup called the GeForce GTX 960 Xtreme. Like all other Gigabyte graphics cards to bear the “Xtreme Gaming” branding, the GTX 960 Xtreme also features impressive performance and overclocking abilities. With the addition of the GTX 960 Xtreme, there are now 11 graphics card in Gigabyte’s Xtreme Gaming lineup.
When it comes to performance, the GTX 960 Xtreme comes in two core clock presets. The first one being the “OC Mode”, which enables the graphics card to churn out an impressive 1304MHz base clock and 1367MHz boost clock. The second preset is called the “Gaming Mode”. This mode allows the graphics card to boast a base and boost clock speeds of 1279MHz and 1342MHz respectively; a stark difference compared to the stock GTX 960.
In addition to that, Gigabyte’s GTX 960 also comes with 4GB GDDR5 memory. Design-wise, Gigabyte mentioned that its latest graphics card was designed from the ground up, using a custom PCB; this allows for better cooling solutions (in this case Windforce 2X). The best feature – for some – would definitely be RGB lighting, which are fitted along the fan shroud and the “Xtreme Gaming” logo found on top of the graphics card.
Unfortunately, Gigabyte hasn’t mentioned the price and availability of the GTX 960 Xtreme yet. We do, however, expect an announcement to be made by the company soon. More information about the Gigabytes latest addition to the Xtreme Gaming lineup can be found here.