|Memory Speed||8008 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||geforce gtx|
|Card Description||GeForce GTX 1060 3GB|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||3 GB|
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1060 G1 Gaming 3GB GDDR5 REV2.0 Graphic Cards GV-N1060G1GAM-3GD R2
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- WINDFORCE 2X with Blade Fan Design
- Support up to 8K display @60Hz
- 16.8M Customizable Color RGB Lighting
- Boost: 1847 MHz/Base: 1620 MHz in OC Mode. Output:Dual-link DVI-D *1, HDMI-2.0b*1 (Max Resolution: 4096x2160 @60 Hz),Display Port-1.4 *3 (Max Resolution: 7680x4320 @60 Hz)
- Boost: 1809 MHz/Base: 1594 MHz in Gaming
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|Device Type||Graphic Cards||Graphics Cards||Graphic Cards||Graphic Cards|
|Graphics Card Interface||PCI-E||PCI-E||PCI-E||PCI-E|
|Graphics Coprocessor||geforce gtx||gddr5||gddr5||GeForce GT 730|
|Graphics Card Ram||3 GB||3,072 MB||3 GB||2 GB|
|Graphics Ram Type||GDDR5||GDDR5||GDDR5||GDDR5|
|Hardware Connectivity||PCIE x 16||PCIE x 16||PCIE x 16||PCIE x 16|
|Built-In Media||Graphic Card, Manual||EVGA GTX 1060 SC GAMING Graphics Card, Driver CD, Installation Guide, 6Pin(2) to 8 Pin Adapter, EVGA Gaming Poster, Powered by EVGA Case Badge, EVGA Enthusiast Built Sticker||Videro Card||EVGA GTX 1030 SC Graphics Card, Driver CD, Installation Guide|
|Item Dimensions||4.5 x 10.9 x 1.6 in||1.5 x 6.8 x 4.38 in||4.6 x 7.5 x 1.6 in||1.5 x 6.6 x 4.38 in|
|Memory Bus Width||192 bits||192 bits||192 bits||64 bits|
|Memory Clock Speed||8,008 MHz||1,607 MHz||8,008 MHz||6,008 MHz|
|Style Name||Boost Clock 1847 MHz||SC||GTX 1060 3G OCV1||Single Slot|
Powered by GeForce GTX 1060 and integrated with 3GB GDDR5 192bit memory revison 2.0 power by the new NVIDIA Pascal architecture. Integrated with 8GB GDDR5 192bit memory.
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The GPU performs well and stays relatively cool. At full load with Furmark, my card maxes out at 69 degrees Celsius. My PC case has five 120mm fans in use to keep air flowing, but it is also closed off inside of a compartment of my desk that constricts airflow.
So far, this GPU has run every game at 1080p with max settings easily. In Fallout 4, I maxed all settings and the GPU hit 80% usage at its highest. I also tried Tomb Raider (2012), Fable III, and Shogun II: Total War. All ran perfectly with maxed settings.
It should be noted there is an error on the product description. The GPU's 6GB of RAM operates at 8Gbps, not 9Gbps. There are two versions of this card that are essentially the same. This model is Rev. 2, and it is has 8Gbps memory from Micron. The Rev. 1 model is the one with 9Gbps memory. The performance difference isn't huge between the two, but make sure you know which one you are buying. I kicked one star off for that, because I thought I was getting the 9Gbps model. I'm pleased enough with the card not to want to return it though.
Also, it is worth noting that this GPU comes with no accessories at all. You get a GPU, a single sheet of paper with instructions on how to put the GPU in your PC, and a driver CD. You don't get any cables, PCI-E adapters or cable adapters. This is somewhat unusual. These items are inexpensive, so it isn't a serious issue, but kind of cheap of Gigabyte not to put any.
A very good performance for the price
In terms of performance if you're upgrading an older 960 to this 1060, how noticeable the upgrade will be depends on the game obviously. For a game like World of Warcraft, you'll see little difference. For a game like Tom Clancy's Wildlands, the difference is noticeable. You had to really dial back settings to get RAM usage down under 2 GB, but are able to jack a lot of settings back up with the 1060 which helps to separate it from its console versions.
It supports Nvidia Ansel, but that's been hit or miss for me. Doing ultra high resolution screenshots will often crash the supported game (ie: Mass Effect: Andromeda at the highest res Ansel supports will manage to save the screenshot, but will also cause DX 12 crashes to the game). It's tough to say what's at fault there.
At the price I purchased it here ($180), it was pretty much a no brainer generational update to my old 960 (~$20 less than what I paid for my 960 2 GB when the 960 came out).
2 things I want to note
1) it's freakin' yuuuge. If it were 2mm longer I'd need a new case. I had to remove some parts and move my HDDs but I just barely jammed it in there.
2) I had a few problems getting the drivers installed on my win7 box. The nvidia installer and the gigabyte installer from the CD failed to install the drivers the first 4-5 times. After a few reboots, they finally took. Nvidia did not log any helpful errors. This totally could have some weird thing on my PC. But I never had issues installing drivers until switching cards.
Was going to buy a new PC for about $800 with a 1050ti card but took a shot just upgrading the vid card becasue I wanted a 1060 and purchased an open box discount from a third party vendor for $185 the best cash I ever spent on hardware!!!!
P..S.. I will also be upgrading to 8gb of ram.. even though I do not seem to need it at this point....!!!!
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