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Default Gigabyte lops the six-pin power plug off its GeForce GTX 950

Gigabyte is introducing a low-power GTX 950 that doesn't require a six-pin PCIe power plug today. This GTX 950 follows similar cards from EVGA and Asus, who have already announced their entries into the power-sipping GTX 950 arena. Gigabyte sets apart its black marvel by highlighting its fan design and OC Guru II software.

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