The GeForce GTX 970 was a graphics card released by NVIDIA in 2014. It featured 1664 CUDA cores, 4GB of GDDR5 memory, and a base clock speed of 1050 MHz. The GTX 970 was designed for gaming and offered excellent performance for its time, with the ability to run modern games at high settings with smooth frame rates. It also had low power consumption and was relatively quiet, making it a popular choice among PC enthusiasts. Despite being several years old, the GTX 970 remains a viable option for gamers on a budget who want to play modern games at reasonable settings.
GPU Clock Speed: 1190 megahertz
GPU Boost Clock Speed: 1342 megahertz
Video Memory Clock Speed: 7010 megahertz