Graphics vendor nVidia today announced its plans for an upgrade program, active through December 4. The program is in partnership with system integrators (“SIs”) who sell pre-built, user-specified gaming PCs. We've reviewed a few, including one from CyberPower and one from iBUYPOWER, for the curious.
The limited step-up program, which is not open to DIY builders at this time, upgrades any GTX 750 Ti-equipped systems to a GTX 950. There is no additional cost for the upgrade.
At its launch, the GTX 950 primarily targeted MOBAs and competitive titles, like CSGO, mostly drawing focus to 120Hz-ready framerates. We tested a number of games in our initial GTX 950 review, found here, and have followed-up with additional testing as new games have shipped. That'd be the place to start if trying to determine what card is right for your gaming.
The upgrade ends on 12/4 and is available at these vendors:
- Steve “Lelldorianx” Burke.