EVGA GTX 950 SC (LP - 75W version) - $99.99 after MIR

Daniel_Chang

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EVGA GeForce GTX 950 SC GAMING

Direct from EVGA, product number 02G-0956-KR

$149.99 MSRP
-$20 instant
-$30 MIR

$129.99 out of pocket ($99.99 after MIR)

The product comparison listing doesn't list it properly, so this one has a slight overclock (most 75W editions don't)
Base = 1076mhz
Boost = 1253mhz

And of course, no auxiliary power connector. Cooler is the ACX 2.0 single fan cooler. The same is used to effectively cool the 120W GTX 1060 (non-heatpipe version, not the modified one on the 1060 SC), so it's more than adequate for this card to run cool and quietly.
 

tviceman

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Hot damn... Just goes to show how much current gen GPU's are overpriced right now.
 

Daniel_Chang

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Thanks OP. The power-efficient/tuned GTX 950s are the fastest non-PCIe power connector GPUs you can buy. I've upgraded a lot of Dells and Lenovos with these.

The Asus SFF GTX 950 is also $100 after $30 MIR from Newegg: ASUS GeForce GTX 950 MINI-GTX950-2G 2GB 128-Bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 HDCP Ready Video Cards - Newegg.com

The Asus also comes with a free game.

The EVGA should come with the same game as it's an Nvidia promo. More importantly, EVGA honors their advertised warranty.
 

cp_kirkley

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Thanks OP. The power-efficient/tuned GTX 950s are the fastest non-PCIe power connector GPUs you can buy. I've upgraded a lot of Dells and Lenovos with these.

The Asus SFF GTX 950 is also $100 after $30 MIR from Newegg: ASUS GeForce GTX 950 MINI-GTX950-2G 2GB 128-Bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 HDCP Ready Video Cards - Newegg.com

The Asus also comes with a free game.
I love these little powerhouses. My only wish for them is that they took the next step and gave us a Low Profile edition so it can fit in the SFF 9010 or 9020s (and similar chassis). I have a 9010 with a i7-3770S and 2gb 750ti thats still kicking (and still rocking out out on 240w PSU...), getting a 75w 950 to fit inside of it would be the ultimate form that machine could achieve.
 
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