Quality PC gaming at cheap console prices.
The GTX 960 video cards from Nvidia may not be the best options around, but they are certainly really damn good, and can provide an experience- easily- that is at the very least on par with anything the consoles have to offer, and in a great many cases, far beyond that.
So I think it will come as a shock to you when you learn that Nvidia’s GTX 960 range will come as cheap as $199- this is especially shocking when one considers the past history of Nvidia products being priced in a ‘premium’ tier. For comparison, note that the GTX 760 MSRP on introduction was $249, and the GTX 660 was $229.
It’s not like the GTX 960 is a bad or underwhelming product or anything, either- it has twice the performance that those cards have, support for DirectX 12, support for MFAA, support for HDMI 2.0, and extreme power efficiency. All in all, it’s a great way to get into the wonders of PC gaming, without breaking the bank.
So if you’re tired of the consoles and want to jump ship, Nvidia just made it very easy for you.