Let's start with our photo-shoot. Two pages worth of photos then and all of them from our own photo-shoot.
So as you can see, this is the GeForce GTX 950, the 2GB model. This Gaming 2G model graphics card specifically comes with a faster standard clock frequency opposed to the reference clock frequencies.
This card has 768 shader processors. The memory clock frequency has been set at at 6.7 GHz (effective data-rate) on its 128-bit wide memory bus of 2 GB GDDR5 memory. The fan and cooling design is pretty impressive as the cooler will keep the card just at the 65 Degrees C range under full gaming load, it is however among the most silent cards we have ever tested.
The dual-slot card is roughly 27 cm in length with the 2-fan based cooler included. This card has higher factory clocks as mentioned on page one, the core clock frequency for example is set at 1127 MHz (1024 MHz reference), the dynamic boost clock is set at 1317 MHz (1188 MHz reference).
The card has a maximum power design of roughly 90 Watts, but due to the higher clocks and extensive tweaking please allow for 10, maybe 20 extra Watts, these boards have been designed with overclocking in mind. In fact the overclock capacity is darn impressive.