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The Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 is a great midrange GPU for gaming. After collecting the benchmarks, I’d say the 1060 3GB is one of, if not the best graphics cards for gaming at 1080p. If you’re looking for the best GPU you can get for budget or midrange gaming, the Nvidia 1060 is it.
The card I had for review, the Asus Dual GTX 1060 3GB, comes with a great dual fan cooler. This Asus 1060 requires a PCIe power connector but also pushes great performance. If you’re looking for an Asus GPU, specifically an Asus GTX 1060, the Asus Dual-GTX1060-O3G is a great option.
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i still have my GTX 1060 6gb (although i got it last year brand new) it holds up really well in my games i get 70+ fps with High settings i can reach for Max settings in alot of games if i don't mind dipping under 60 every now and then.
The 1060 these days is basically a budget graphics card, BUT it’s without a doubt one of the best budget graphics cards. Add an 8th gen 6-core i7, 16gb ram, and an SSD, and you’ve got a brilliant gaming laptop or pc for £1500 👌
testing GPUs on csgo is not really relevant because its a CPU intensive game so even if you have a 1060, if your CPU is shit (like my A10 9700) your fps can go as low as 20 and as high as just 80 (only in csgo)
I think the test should be on a last gen core i7 or ryzen and 16 GB of memory to avoid any possible bottleneck or drops that are not related to the GPU which i prefer to be 6 GB version to get the maximum of it
Hi there I have bought a new computer with an Intel Prime Z390A motherboard, i5 9600k processor, a 1060 6gb graphics card and 16gb RAM and was wondering if this rig will be able to play Assassins Creed Odyssey? Also will this rig be good for the next few years do you think? Any help would be much appreciated.
Oh definitely, that'll handle Odyssey easily at 1080p/1440p. You might have a bit of trouble at 4K, but that's just because running anything at 4K and decent frame rates is still really hard except for top-end GPUs like the 1080/2070 and up. And yep, that PC should be a strong contender for quite a few years - and all you'll need to do to bring it up to date 2 or 3 years down the line is upgrade the GPU.
I bought an nvidia geforce gtx 1060 3gb and it is a piece of shit. The only thing I can play is 15 year old games, or new games with graphics on settings that make them look 15 years old. It cant even run minecraft. The 1060 game with my hp omen 870 224... HUGE disappointment. My xbox one x that costs $399 can play any game in 4k at 30 or 60 fps... where as my $819 "gaming" computer cannot even play rust on medium graphics. I decided to buy a pre built PC because I do not have the time or money to custom build my own PC. My advice? Stick to console if you do not have at least $1200 dollars to blow. I have at least $600 dollars more to invest into this shitty computer to even get it to this generations standards for gaming.
The 1060 is a pretty sizable step up in performance, something like 20-30% if I remember right. Would definitely be worth it if you get a good deal on the 1060 and sell your 1050 Ti to offset the cost.
Can you help me build a gaming computer? I don't have much experience when it comes to PC. My budget is around 1000. All I want is to play games like Fortnite,League of legends,World of wizcraft, Dota 2 in medium to high graphics. And I also want latest parts in my PC at a reasonable price. Thank you in advance.
should i buy the 6gb version for $200 new?
black friday and building a new pc after not having one for a couple years.
also intel or amd for gaming now?
amd used to be shit but now not so much it seems and they're cheaper.
Buy a rx 580 its 8gb vram ita slightly faster has better support and the cooling is just freaking perfect on sapphire cards. It only costa 250 dollars in greece or 240 something euros in greece while the gtx 1060 costs more than 320 dollars.
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