Nvidia: GTX 960 Can Easily Handle 1080p Gaming @60fps : AC Unity just a Piece of Cake

Last Updated On: January 20th, 2015

So far, we have covered two articles on GTX 960 mainly focusing on info related to its release date and specifications. If you have missed those, you may refer these two links below:

If you have played AC Unity then you must definitely know the game executed a terrible performance in terms of graphics, thanks to its poor optimization by Ubisoft. Especially on most of the mid-range GPU’s, it either lagged heavily or displayed crashing issues. One clear example would be the GTX 660. I myself tested the game on it. At first, I was happy to see the game running smoothly at high settings but later I discovered countless number of crashes that made the game completely unplayable. But some of you may be delighted to see the fps benchmark results of Unity on GTX 960.


The GPU has been designed and engineered so efficiently that even at less power consumption it provides a far better performance than GTX 660. If a poorly optimized game like AC Unity can run smoothly without any issues at 60 fps at 1080p resolution powered by GTX 960 then imagine how powerful this card is provided its budget-friendly price tag!

With 1024 CUDA cores, overclocking speed up to 1500 MHz and a memory capacity of 7.5 Gbps, this card is a silent beast. It’s a must buy for gamers if they are looking for a mid-range GPU. We will keep you updated if we get any further info related to GTX 960. Till then feel free to share your opinion below:

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Amlan is a hardcore gaming freak, who is the COO and Editor-in-Chief at Tech Legends. Presently, he is pursuing his B.Tech in Bhubaneswar, Odisha. He is an avid fan of gadgets and always keeps in touch with what's happening around in the tech world. Apart from gaming and technology, he loves to research a lot regarding the culture and geography of various countries, cities, etc. He is also a writer and his first book titled,"A Brief Study of Japan", was published when he was in 9th grade. His motto is, "Keep moving forward and never ever give up".