The NVIDIA GeForce 900 Series is a family of graphics processing units, using the Maxwell microarchitecture, developed by NVIDIA. The first GPUs in the 900 series were released in 2014, the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 and the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980. GPUs within this series are connected to the mainboard via the PCIe 3.0 x16 or x8 bus interfaces. All desktop cards support SLI. All the cards within this series support DirectX 12.
Originally, the desktop cards in this series were to be part of the 800 series, but it was later decided to seperate them into a seperate series.
|Comparison||950||960||970||980||980 Ti||Titan X|
|Base Clock (MHz)||1024||1127||1050||1126||1000|
|Boost Clock (MHz)||1188||1178||1216||1075|
|Texture Fill Rate (GigaTexels/sec)||49.2||72||109||144||176||192|
|VRAM (GB) [Note 1]||2||2|
|Memory Interface Width||128-bit||256-bit||384-bit|
|Maximum digital resolution||5120x3200|
|Maximum VGA resolution||2048x1536|
|Power consumption (watts)||90||120||145||165||250||250|
|Minimum power supply wattage||350||400||500||600|
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