The Nvidia GeForce GTX is a series of graphics processing units developed by Nvidia, primarily for gaming and multimedia purposes. The brand was launched in 1999 with the release of the GeForce 256. Since then, NVIDIA has introduced several new variations on the same architecture.
The current series is the GeForce 10 series, which consists of the GTX 1050 through 1060 (GTX 1050 Ti and GTX 1060) and 1070 (GTX 1070) cards. The former two are available in both 2GB and 4GB versions, while the latter two are only available in 4GB versions.
The previous series is the GeForce 900 series, which consists of the GTX 960 through 980 (GTX 970) cards. These cards have 2GB versions as well as 4GB versions for some of them. The GeForce 900 series also includes three Maxwell-based Titan cards: The Titan X (Maxwell), 980 Ti (Maxwell) and 980 (Maxwell).
The 800 series is based on Kepler architecture while the 700 series uses Fermi architecture.
Last modified: November 16, 2022