|Screen Resolution||7680 x 4320 pixels|
|Memory Speed||1632 MHz|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||6144 MB|
EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB FTW+ GAMING ACX 3.0, 6GB GDDR5, LED, DX12 OSD Support (PXOC) Graphics Card 06G-P4-6368-KR
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- Base Clock:1632 MHz/Boost Clock:1860 MHz; Memory Detail: 6144MB GDDR5
- Run Longer, Play Longer with EVGA "ACX 3.0" Cooling
- Ultimate 4K GAMING (up to 120Hz + GSYNC)
- DX12 OSD Support with EVGA Precision XOC
- 3 Year Warranty & EVGA's 24/7 Technical Support
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The EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 graphics card 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. These cards also feature EVGA ACX 3.0 cooling technology. EVGA ACX 3.0 once again brings new and exciting features to the award winning EVGA ACX cooling technology. SHP gives increased heat pipes and copper contact area for cooler operation, and optimized fan curve for even quieter gaming. Of course, ACX 3.0 coolers also feature optimized swept fan blades, double ball bearings and an extreme low power motor, delivering more air flow with less power, unlocking additional power for the GPU.
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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.
Now onto the card. I could tell my EVGA GTX 780ti was starting to get tired, but that was to be expected after 4+ years of solid usage gaming etc. So I did did my research and bang for the buck this card was the best deal. It was a nice upgrade besides being faster, running a lot cooler, quieter (the fans don't even come on until the card is gaming or something like that) and it was smaller by at least 25%. Awesome! Went in like a charm. Sure I could have spent $100 or more and bought the 1070 or 1080, but really? This thing is plenty fast and I know because I play all my games on at least higher of above. Games like Dying Light, BF1, Insurgency, Metro 2013 etc. Basic system specs: i7 4790k, 16gb ram, 128SSD drive and this card 1060 6GB FTW+.
In the end, give it a try if price is an issue, but you still want a solid gaming video card. Hope this helps. Take it easy...
This thing rips. I play most all current games like DOOM, GTA V, and Hitman at the highest settings. Buy the 6GB FTW edition and you'll have a GPU that will most likely serve you well the next several years. Also for those new to building, Be sure to install the latest Nvidia drivers and GeForce software. It's a must.
Windows 10 64 bit OS Creators Update
Intel 4790K CPU @ 4.5Ghz
16GB DDR3 Corsair Vengeance RAM
ASUS Z97 Mark 1 LGA 1150 MoBo
Samsung 850 EVO SSD & Seagate SSHD 4TB
EVGA 1060 FTW 6GB GPU