|Memory Speed||1506 MHz|
|Chipset Brand||GeForce GTX 1060|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||6144 MB|
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EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 GAMING, ACX 2.0 (Single Fan), 6GB GDDR5, DX12 OSD Support (PXOC), Only 6.8 Inches Graphics Card 06G-P4-6161-KR
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- Real Base Clock: 1506 MHz / Real Boost Clock: 1708 MHz; Memory Detail: 6144MB GDDR5
- EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 - Small Size, Huge Performance
- What you see is what you get! – No additional software required to achieve listed clock speeds
- DX12 OSD Support with EVGA Precision XOC. Max Monitors Supported: 4
- 3 Year Warranty & EVGA's 24/7 Technical Support , Requirements : Windows 10 32/64bit, Windows 8 32/64bit, Windows 7 32/64bit
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The EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 is loaded with innovative new gaming technologies, making it the perfect choice for the latest high-definition games. Powered by NVIDIA Pascal - the most advanced GPU architecture ever created - the GeForce GTX 1060 delivers brilliant performance that opens the door to virtual reality and beyond.
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If you are as curious as I was to what the difference of single vs twin fan cards are, I found the simple answer browsing some PC build forums.
Basically, a lot of it boils down to looks, and the rest is how far you can overclock past stock.
-PC enthusiasts love beefy, expensive looking cards and equipment to fill out their towers, and twin cards deliver with their bigger case, lights, and backplate. Single fans don't have any of that, but are cheaper as a result.
-Single fan cards also don't stand up to overclocking as much as twin fans because of heat dissipation. That's not to say single fans aren't adequate out of the box. If you don't plan on overclocking, a single fan is just fine and will never overheat.
You really don't need a twin fan model, or really anything above a 1060 if you're a basic gamer that doesn't care about looks and just wants a high performance card you don't plan on messing with. I'm playing on a 144mhz monitor and get 160FPS playing Overwatch on Ultra, and about 100 on Epic. TF2 is beyond easy to play at max and Subnautica looks absolutely beautiful on topped out graphics with no stuttering. My tower is in a somewhat confined space as well and the card has never overheated even in 5+ hours of non-stop gaming.
UPDATE: I downloaded the "Precision X" Bios from EVGA and updated the card. It's now faster then ever. Even on stock tune and no overclocking the card is now peaking at 2012mhz, WAY higher than advertised and higher than any stock clocked 1060 on the market. I'm loving this card more every day.
I would recommend this card to anyone looking to game at 1080p @ 60fps on triple-A titles. (If you play WOW, Rocket League, or esport games then go with the 1050ti.) The single fan does plenty to keep the card cooled, and with good airflow in your case it can actually overclock itself even higher. The 3GB VRam does impose a limit on 1440p gaming (lower fps), and 4k is a no-go on most titles, but for those of us on 1080p monitors this card is a beast.
With the latest Nvidia drivers already installed for the 750 Ti and latest Dell BIOS already flashed, installation was very easy: turn PC off, open side panel, slide power supply out of the way, take 750 Ti out, put 1060 in, slide power supply back in, connect power supply 6-pin connector to 1060, make sure no cable touches the fan, close side panel, turn PC on, wait a few minutes for Windows to recognize that card has changed, then good to go.