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- Credits -
Special Guest: JJ from Asus
Presenter: Carey Holzman
Post-Production: Kejah Murray
Can it handle 4k monitor?
Also how is it compared to gtx 1080 and msi gtx 1070 sli?
I have ASUS DUAL GTX 1070 OC and I was thinking of buying a 4k monitor. I want to know is it worth it and can the card handle it? I want atleast high settings to run 50-60 fps.
Also take in mind that I mostly play rpg and singleplayer games
I bought the asus dual 1050 for my newest build to run 2 27 inch LG 60hrz monitors. I don't play games so I was wondering if it is advantageous for me to upgrade to the 1070. I use my computer mainly for music recording programs such as Pro Tools and Sonar producers edition. I use the 1800x amd cpu, with 32 gigs of DDR 4 3200 ram. Would it make any difference?
Planning on doing a build with this card, (since there is no 1080 version which really saddens me) i was gonna do a ying-yang build and this is the only gpu will do with what i plan on doing, is this card good in sli?
A decent 1080p graphics card. It’s a few 💵 more than a premium GTX 1060. At 1440p it will not run all games at maximum settings at 60 fps. Forget 4K to. The card is still over priced. $389 would be a good price
STRIX video cards are batshit insane priced for what you want. Put 100$ more into the game and you have a 1070.
It's a 1060 with 6GB of RAM and Asus acts like it's a miracle on its own, which it's not besides the LED lights and some profiling.
(Of which some are programmed over the top. OVER THE TOP! There are profiles where the card is more silent than old people sleeping in a room that's soundproof)
A newbie here. Can anyone pls explain if there's a catch with this card? I've been checking other 1070 (mainly from MSI and ASUS), and this is the cheapest, but I still don't get why. If anyone can help, I'd be grateful.
its kinda funny to watch a guy who is trying to draw information out in a PR Marketing sense, basic ideas and concepts for the laymen out there, and the tech guy always responds with the utmost detail and goes about 3 or 4 sentences longer than the interviewer lol
@NeweggTV I just bought the Asus GTX 1050 Dual series. It's a massive upgrade to to my EVGA GeForce GT 730 2GB DDR3 64-bit. I uploaded a new video showcasing the actual purchase. I intend to do an Unboxing Video when it arrives.
Downdload MSI Afterburner .
You can easily overclock it to +200mhz core and +350mhz memory if you max out the power slider. (nothing to worry about as bios limits the power to 1.093V so its pretty safe)
My PC has a AMD Processor 8-Core, Graphics Card Is a Asus GTX 1060 6GB Dual Video Card or Graphics Card with Asus ATX Motherboard, PC Case is a Corsair Alpha Spec White and Red it has a SSD with 250 GB of Storage 1TB of Storage not to forget it has 7200RPM I have a Power supply which is a corsair 500W Power supply
After reviewing this video I bought this product just because this is the only gpu I could find with 2 hdmi output. But I am having issue as both of them does not work simultaneously -- saying that - both the hdmi ports looks fine but only if I use single monitor at a time. If I add 2 monitors in different hdmi ports - then only the monitor that is connected with first ports works and 2nd monitor does not even get detected on windows 10. Just wondering if anyone know how to troubleshoot this issue?
I care so much about aesthetics that I won't get this card for the sole reason that *it does not have a backplate.*
Seriously, it's the part I'll be looking at 95% of the time, at least give it a backplate, cheapskates.
My 1070 GTX dual is due to be delivered tomorrow. Going from an R9 280x should be nice and it'll fit my white and blue color scheme perfectly. Also, It's good to see these cards finally dip below the 400.00 mark.
there is no benefit however when i got my first Sabertooth motherboard it also was covered by a massive plate but some tests showed that it may make the motherboard run a bit hotter under load. i wonder if the same applies to GPUs. so i really rather not have the plates.
+Newegg TV *Imortant to NOTE/know:* Does ASUS Dual support Vulkan API and not only DX12 and OpenGL 4.5 (at least according to their own web-site, vulkan is left out)? That is a difference to someone not wanting to run Win10 or play Doom as Doom uses Vulkan. Also DX12 is always only avalaible in Windows 10, not 8.1 or 7. Alot of users and gamers preffers Windows 7 and not the spytool called Windows 10. I would like to get ASUS Dual as it would estethically match the Z170 Asus Motherboartd and Stormstryker case but not at the cost of no Vulkan and only DX12.
Link to their web-site https://www.asus.com/Graphics-Cards/DUAL-GTX1060-O6G/
See how it only specify DX12 (not even dx12.1)
I quote: "Dual series of GeForce® GTX 1060 is equipped with DirectX 12 to squeeze more graphics performance from the CPU and prevent GPU bottlenecks."
There they also only specify OpenGL®4.5
If that is just an oversight and wrong info, well then ASUS need to add Vulkan support in the info for clarity.
Someone claimed to me that OpenGL4.5 is the same as Vulkan but I find many articles claiming they are not and even compare OpenGL performance vs Vulkan performance.
Here is one such article http://www.dsogaming.com/news/doom-benefits-greatly-vulkan-vulkan-versus-opengl-performance-comparison/
I quote: "id Software has just released a new patch for DOOM that adds support for Vulkan. Naturally, we went ahead and tested some scenes that were performing poorly under OpenGL 4.5. And we are happy to report that id Software has nailed it as DOOM runs way, way, way better under the Vulkan API."
I'm not as Tech Savvy as probably most are in here, so some clarity on this would be appreciated as it definetly affects my upcoming purchase.
I've been digging some more. Found this on Nvidia site.
"Windows driver version 368.69 and later and Linux driver version 367.27 and later provide full support for Vulkan."
"NVIDIA provides full Vulkan support and functionality on NVIDIA GeForce and Quadro graphics card with one of the following Pascal, Maxwell (first or second generation) or Kepler based GPUs:
GeForce 1000 Series: GeForce GTX 1080, GeForce GTX 1070, GeForce GTX 1060"
So that says all GTX 1060, 1070 and 1080 should support Vulkan API. Still strange that ASUS don't specify that on their own site when other GPU manufacturers do.
Other Graphic cards specify all 3, DX12 (even up to dx12.1), OpenGL4.5 AND Vulkan.
Here is an example
Under Technical Spec.
"Microsoft DirectX12 API with feature level 12_1
Vulkan API - Yes
Why does not ASUS specify all of those including Vulkan? That is if they do support Vulkan API?
I've got this in my mini itx case. It's pretty small, performs good and in mini itx you don't have to see that missing backplate and see the card from the right perspective. Looks great in an corsair 380t
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