It looks like Nvidia may not unveil its mid-range Pascal GP106 GPU at Computex, with an official unveil pushed back to autumn. The vendor is said to be focused on the high-end segment, where it will launch the GTX 1080 and GTX 1070. Both cards will be built on the GP104 GPU, which is the successor to the GM204 silicon.
Nvidia will also not require new power connectors for GP106-based cards, which suggests that they will retain the low power requirements as the current-gen Maxwell cards. Until the time the GP106 cards make their debut, it looks like Nvidia will continue to push the GTX 960 and GTX 950 in the budget segment.