It has been reported that NVIDIA is preparing to release a new GeForce GTX series GPU to replace the aging GTX 750/750 Ti series. The new GPU(s) will serve as low-budget, entry-level gaming graphics cards which should be priced to compete with AMD’s newly launched R7 300 series GPUs. The new GPU(s) will likely be dubbed the GTX 950 and GTX 950 Ti as with their predecessors.
Detailed specifications are currently unknown, however it is reported that the new GPU will be based on the Maxwell GM206-250 GPU core, which will be a cut-down version of the GM206-300 found in the GeForce GTX 960 graphics card.
While at this point it is all pure speculation, it is expected that these new GPUs will feature fewer CUDA Cores, and a reduced clock speed when compared to the GTX 960. We’d also likely see memory configurations in the 1-2GB range, just as the currently available GTX 750 and 750 Ti models. It will also likely feature a 128-bit memory bus, just as the GTX 960.