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MSI Vs. ASUS: GTX 1060 Comparison

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In this video I compare the ASUS DUAL GTX 1060 to the MSI GAMING X GTX 1060. Hope this video helped you in any way! Newegg links: MSI Gaming X: https://goo.gl/xYZtvq ASUS DUAL: https://goo.gl/xnQc7S
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Daniill Fomin (5 days ago)
Взял асус
ÖMER FARUK KOÇ (9 days ago)
(~¿
MrTell (11 days ago)
In idle you cant hear the Asus card because it has the zero fan mode so the fans wont make any noises
Luke De G (1 month ago)
Can someone tell me if there is any difference in performance between these two?
Luke De G (1 month ago)
+Strikerz so the perfoance difference is minimal on 1080p at ultra with 60fps.
Strikerz (1 month ago)
The MSI has slightly better performance, however I would just buy whichever one is cheaper
plamen jekov (1 month ago)
there are other bloggers who remove fan and cooling panels of cards and look parts used to build those cards!! this is more important- the quality of parts!! not wich card is 3 degree hotter or a little bit noisy !! because after caouple of months some cards start to cause troubles coz using cheap cinesse parts especialy on power supply lines !!
Merouane Rahmoun (1 month ago)
I got msi aero itx gtx 1060 oc is it better ?
Nick Star (1 month ago)
The msi card should be slight all the time...I have the msi 1060 6gb one and the fan will only turn on for couple minutes on very low speed can't even hear it and card temps never go only 58oc
Badreddine Kells (3 months ago)
2:03 what game is this ?
Mastrhix (3 months ago)
Badreddine Kells Battlefield 1
ItsVenom (4 months ago)
I go with the Msi 1060!
LegendJim (4 months ago)
I would like you to be a bit louder.
Spencer Fritz (4 months ago)
I prefer msi bit I can’t fit their new Gen cards can’t fit in my air 240 cause they are too tall
Hamada Hosny (4 months ago)
hey pls reply about this fast: I'm going to buy GTX 1060 6GB as a part of a gaming pc i'm currently building... but now my budget is restricted to only MSI or GIGABYTE, which one should i buy ??? I need the one for higher FPS even it will be just 1 and less temperature because you know high temperature affects FPS :) please don't forget to reply me as fast as you can :)
Hamada Hosny (4 months ago)
Well i will take it into consideration if i didn't find the cheapest one, thanks again for your reply :)
Mastrhix (4 months ago)
Try the MSI card, that should work well for you.
Hamada Hosny (4 months ago)
Thanks for your reply, but what if both are the same budget :D :D just tell me your opinion even if you're not sure :)
Mastrhix (4 months ago)
Hamada Hosny I'm not sure what GPU of those two will perform the best though, if you are on a budget I would recomend the cheapest option as they should be close in performance
Mason M (4 months ago)
just bought a rig for 350$ i5-7500 16GB RAM "DDR4" 2 TB HD 500W PSU and low and behold i poped it open and there was the MSI GTX 1060 6GB...i'm in love its defiently the most desired one ive seen it on ebay go for almost 500$ recently were all the other brands you can get for like 185-220
LightTrack (1 month ago)
Yeah that..that is about 1200...jeez, i'm tempted to say you ripped him off but who knew that was waiting inside. Also, how did you get into his steam account? Isn't that literally stealing?
Mason M (1 month ago)
Yes i know! i forgot to add it also came with a 240gb SSD, a steam account with 26 games, windows 10 pro, a ultra wide lg monitor, and some nice speakers! major steal, the guy probably could have taking this to a pawn shop and get $1200 easy but i'm glad he didn't
LightTrack (1 month ago)
What the hell? The MSI card alone is usually pricier than that whole rig. Dude, you got super lucky.
Yiğit Alp Karakaş (4 months ago)
Please make Gigabyte too.
Just Ian (5 months ago)
I want to see the MSI vs Galax
inco nnu (5 months ago)
asus best
Ivtiaz Ahkam Fahim (5 months ago)
Bad audio
Kavish (5 months ago)
which is more preferable to buy the msi gaming x 1060 or the msi oc v2 1060?
3zk1I_ (5 months ago)
I think ill buy the Asus one because I have a want to make a black/white setup. Thanks for the comparison!
Jaws Xensroid (5 months ago)
Bodohnya, tengok harga pun tahu sudah siapa menang
Anthony. (6 months ago)
1:17 but can i stil use that slot for a monitor?
Anthony. (6 months ago)
Mastrhix thanks
Mastrhix (6 months ago)
NameGamer Yes you should be able to.
md shohel019210 (6 months ago)
Amazing video. The best Monitor under lowest budget. For more details click on the link. https://amzn.to/2HJfKW9
Mastrhix (7 months ago)
What are you wanting to build? A gaming machine?
Marcus Dahlberg (7 months ago)
Im building a pc and would like some ideas can someone help me
Jeppe Frost Nielsen (6 months ago)
Whats your budget ? if you havent build it yet xD
skyballer45 (8 months ago)
my fucking 1060 6 gig sound like a jet engine at night
Gurpreet Singh (8 months ago)
No fps comparison
Houzayfa Nahas (8 months ago)
why dont u revive your team mates, what a jerk
Mastrhix (8 months ago)
I generally do revive my teamates unless there are too many enemies nearby or they force respawn. This clip is a bit older, I am a better medic in BF1 now.
Jean Pierre (8 months ago)
Which ones would be better for me? This ASUS card or the MSI (NON X GAMING version).
TechGuy77 (9 months ago)
Yeah sorry, what a horrible comparison. You didn't have those under a gaming load, you falsely used a program like MSI Afterburner to ramp the fans up to 100%. Note I have the Asus one and even under a load it rarely goes over 50% fan speed and never sounds like your comparison. I ramped mine up to 100% and it sounded like yours. Next time try a real comparison bud. I have 20 years experience as an IT Admin and its pretty hard to fool me. Another note you can add a backplate to any GPU that does not have one if that is your thing but its only for looks and has nothing to do with performance or cooling (this has been noted in several benchmark test, I think Linus did one) Other than that nice video, keep it up! These were the 2 cards I debated between when I made my purchase due to availability and pricing at the time (January 2018).
Spicer (1 month ago)
just accept the fact that the msi is the better card cause better cooler, better fans, better power delivery and has a backplate
Albert (1 month ago)
Totally agree
GLobDeli (2 months ago)
ok, make video please... :3
mufalme (5 months ago)
it doesn't seem like hes trying to fool anyone.... he put both cards under the same stresses. you are chosing to define the lvl of "load" as not being 100percent, thats where you stumble. they are both under same conditions, so there deduction you are trying to infer isn't justified...as harsher conditions were not places for the asus card...
Eagle Nebula (9 months ago)
Thx
Suicide Boy (9 months ago)
you should use the ROG to test with MAIl's Gaming GPU.
AntriLoL (9 months ago)
Which?
Magnus Rasmussen (9 months ago)
I have a Dual card and i'm very happy with it. Quiet and cool. However the fan sounds annoying when going beyond 1600 RPM, when I tested it. However mine never going beyound 1500 even with GPU Tweak factory OC settings and is generally very quiet. However if you're planning on overclocking I would definitely buy the MSI version. But if you don't need a new GPU right now I would suggest waiting a little bit more. GPU prices are crazy now, sometimes a GTX 1060 cost more than an MSRP price of a GTX 1080. Furthermore Pascal is matured and old, and I would bet that NVIDIA would release some Volta GPU's at GTC (may) this year.
Mastrhix (9 months ago)
AntriLoL I would recomend the MSI card unless it costs significantly more.
Mastrhix (9 months ago)
AntriLoL I would recomend the MSI card unless it costs significantly more.
funny PFFF (9 months ago)
So whats better msi or dual?
Magnus Rasmussen (9 months ago)
I have a Dual card and i'm very happy with it. Quiet and cool. However the fan sounds annoying when going beyond 1600 RPM, when I tested it. However mine never going beyound 1500 even with GPU Tweak factory OC settings and is generally very quiet. However if you're planning on overclocking I would definitely buy the MSI version. But if you don't need a new GPU right now I would suggest waiting a little bit more. GPU prices are crazy now, sometimes a GTX 1060 cost more than an MSRP price of a GTX 1080. Furthermore Pascal is matured and old, and I would bet that NVIDIA would release some Volta GPU's at GTC (may) this year.
Mastrhix (9 months ago)
If you have the money, I would go for the MSI Gaming X.
Arturčiks 29 (9 months ago)
Wow im accident but i have i5 3ghz ftx 1050 ti oc 4gb gigabyte 8gb ram ddr2 and 450w!
Waqar Ahmed (9 months ago)
i have Hp 8200 MT, 320psu , i5 2400, 8hb ram , 320gb hdd, 120gb ssd samsung and gigabyte gtx 750 1gb . i recently upgraded my gpu from 750 to gtx 1050 2gb msi aero itx is it worth upgrading? is it future proof for 1600 x 1200 at med to high settings for atleast 2/3 yrs ?
Mastrhix (9 months ago)
Waqar Ahmed It depends on what games you want to play. This PC should handle E-sports games really well but it may struggle running new, more graphically demanding games in the next 2-3 years at your given quality. I would stick to the PC you are using until a new game comes out that you want to play but your computer struggles to run it well.
misterx zxc (10 months ago)
I have a question can I install a MSI gigabyte gtx1080ti in an Asus motherboard I have the x99deluxe 2 u3.1 or I must get the same manufacturer nvidea gpu for my motherboard please reply
Mastrhix (10 months ago)
misterx zxc The 1080Ti should fit into any motherboard with the PCI-E standard. The brands of the GPU and motherboard won't affect compatibility. If you have any other questions let me know.
SATAN (10 months ago)
WTF, I thought GPUs that had fans like that didn’t have high pitched noises. I was trying to get rid of my 1070 because of it. I thought the intake was the cause.
Magnus Rasmussen (9 months ago)
I have a ASUS Dual GTX 1060 6gb OC, and I have never heard that sound even under heavy load. It's because he's running them against each other at 100%. Mine never goes beyond 1500 RPM and 71 degrees celsius, even with the factory overclock setting, and my case actually have slightly bad cooling. However the MSI version is dead silent, and that's mainly because of the beefy heatsink. Yeah and I totally agree with Mastrhix, wait for Volta. Concerning your sound issue you could use software such as MSI Afterburner to adjust your fan curve, and adjust temperature targets. Sometimes these are way too pessimistic. I would set the temperature limit to something around 77-81 degrees celsius and use MSI Afterburner to make the fan curve less aggressive. Nvidia states that the maximum operating temperature for the GTX 1070 and 1080 is 94 degrees celsius, so if it peaks to 81 I wouldn't bother. Also buy some good fans like the Pure Wings 2 140mm (cheap and airflow) or even better Silent Wings 3 (higher static pressure, expensive, silent, durable, and good airflow) 140mm to ensure more airflow and silence at the same time. Also if you haven't seen already ASUS have released a BIOS update for the DUAL GTX 1060 and 1070 that allows them to use the Strix 0dB fan mode. I have it installed and the fan only kicks in when gaming and the fans start spinning around 56 degrees C. I highly recommend it.
Mastrhix (10 months ago)
Nice to see you liked that comparison. Like you said, probably a good idea to wait for Volta if you already have a 1070. Also glad that Greg is reaching down to us smaller channels.
SATAN (10 months ago)
Mastrhix It is to me dude. I hate that sound. Hence my reason for trying to replace my 1070. I prefer the MSI sound even if it were a little louder. Glad you did a comparison on that. Not that Ima buy either ATM. Waiting for the new nVidias next year. BTW, I came here from GREG’s Science Studio channel. So, I guess commenting somewhere else does help.
Mastrhix (10 months ago)
Ulises Medrano I think it has to do with the fan RPM more than anything. Smaller fans need to spin faster to push a similar amount of air as the larger fans. Personaly wouldn't say it's a dealbreaking factor though.
Alex (11 months ago)
My Gt220 -> 105 Celsius(Thats the max value for msi afterburner xD
Jay Laing (1 month ago)
At 105c Your Pc should be shutting down with a BSOD.
musicallica7 (11 months ago)
Hi.. Asus 1060 3gb dual oc or msi 1060 3gb ocv2 edition Please suggest performance wise or any kind of geeky info to clear my doubts... :)
Magnus Rasmussen (9 months ago)
I know. But you newer know, sometimes people don't decide.
ChugJugsNotDrugs (9 months ago)
Magnus Rasmussen dude you're a little late, this is 1 month ago!
Magnus Rasmussen (9 months ago)
Please wait to the mining madness is over or Volta. Also many new titles have issues with the 3gb versions already today, so I would buy the 6gb version or wait.
Mastrhix (11 months ago)
I don't often hear of video out ports failing. I would choose the card that has the right ammount ports for your monitor or monitors.
musicallica7 (11 months ago)
Mastrhix Okay sir, I think i may overclock so will go for cheaper version Only difference that bothers me is that msi has 1 hdmi n 1 video slot..n asus has 2 of both of them. I m not sure how oftener does these slots fails.
Scurrring (11 months ago)
thx allot i will go for msi :)
Mastrhix (11 months ago)
Scurrring Glad you found this useful!
SchattigSnoepje (11 months ago)
MSI
datway (11 months ago)
I got a Msi in my gaming PC! It came with a asus but it broke so I returned it the next day and the new one had a MSI and it looks wavy beautiful
Magnus Rasmussen (9 months ago)
Great RMA replacement, much beffier card, but DUAL 1060 is just fine (I have one).
Mastrhix (11 months ago)
Thanks!
datway (11 months ago)
Mastrhix subbed btw
Mastrhix (11 months ago)
Datway Glorious!
Brennan Hartmann (11 months ago)
I like turtles
Mastrhix (11 months ago)
Me too.
Dimas Casidi (11 months ago)
bro ASUS or MSI i have big budget (1060)
Dimas Casidi (11 months ago)
thx for helping me ill buy 1070 galax or 1070 zotac
Mastrhix (11 months ago)
volks company If money isn't a concern, I would go with the Asus Strix 1060 or save up a bit more and buy a 1070.
Dima Dokuchaev (11 months ago)
Do you speak по британский?)))
Justin justintheman (1 year ago)
I'm just looking for which 1060 looks the best
ianez (23 minutes ago)
performance>looks
XxSuperNova Inspace (2 days ago)
In my opinion the asus card is the nicest
trpigogo (1 year ago)
hey man, do you still have the asus? i have a question really important to me, what is the lowest RPM setting you can set fan in idle? with afterburner just move the slider all the way to the left
๖ۣۜ KENNEXS (8 months ago)
Who is the best for cooling between asus dual fan & plait dual fan, I need a advice btw palit has 3 copper heat pipe a 1 more than the asus ...
Magnus Rasmussen (10 months ago)
I used HWMonitor to monitor fan RPM. At 43% it's 1500 RPM.
Mastrhix (1 year ago)
The Asus card can go down to 0 RPM when cool enough under idle and when the fans do spin up, the lowest they can go is 25% of their max. I couldn't find the max RPM of this card after looking around for a while. Hope this helped you.
q8_vip2 (1 year ago)
i`m not overclocker and my games is medium not heavy asus gtx 1060 6gb dual fan as you show i have silent mode while playing almost 50 to 65 temperature also silent mode browses and youtubes 29 to 35 temperature very rare i set gaming mode i see no reason use oc mode as you said msi is better i feel its legend I still boast that I have asus i`ll try msi next Next purchase if i need ( waiting 1070ti ) with monitor 144hz thx for this kind video i know how to get better now Looking for more heat pipes <3
q8_vip2 (1 year ago)
they said 1070ti is coming soon if you know video liked
Mastrhix (1 year ago)
commanderA Glad you liked the video and I hope you enjoy your 1070Ti!
YMCMBLC ** (1 year ago)
Hell no , mine never gets that noisy but its 1070 same OC and white with pipes. Temps are fine anyways just know whats safe
Mastrhix (1 year ago)
Yeah that was with max fan RPM. Glad to see you are happy with yours!
Jonatan OTW (1 year ago)
A thought about the low vs high pitch fan noise. Since the gpu is usually in a enclosed case, would it make sense to go with the card that makes a high pitch noise since that would be more dampened by the case, while a lower pitch would travel through the case more easily? Like that annoying neighbour who plays the electric bass, he's always louder than the one who plays guitar.
Mastrhix (1 year ago)
Jonatan OTW I am not completely sure although, these tests were done with the fans spinning at their maximum speeds. So if you don't plan on overclocking, neither one will end up being as loud as they were in these tests. If you are concerned with noise level, I would say that the MSI card was generally quieter even with its lower pitched tone.
Al Catraz (1 year ago)
By now, people probably realize that the best 1060 option is the cheapest twin fan version they can find. By all accounts, and from own experience, there's no significant fps difference between the various cards when overclocked - certainly not enough to spend inordinate extra cash for. I chose the DUAL which, at the time, was about $75 less than the Strix. It's overclocked to 1985MHz without voltage boosting, runs virtually silently, and the temperature data is academic as these cards don't run hot. Appearance isn't a factor for me. The DUAL looks fine but, once a card in the case, who knows or cares what it looks like? - You do? Oh, Ok :)
Magnus Rasmussen (11 months ago)
Al Catraz I totally agree. I brought the GTX 1060 Dual OC from Asus on Black Friday. It's a great card, not as beefy as the MSI, but for a 120W TDP GPU I think it's overkill to go with the MSI variant. I wouldn't say it runs virtually silent, but it's very quiet and even when pushed to its max. in OC mode, it doesn't get higher than 70 c, and my case doesn't have the best airflow, so lower temps is very likely. As Al Catraz says it likes to go beyond the 1800mhz mark, and max out around 1980 mhz. Don't buy the Strix, the Dual got a BIOS update some time ago that enables 0db operation up to 56C temps.
Mastrhix (1 year ago)
Al Catraz I totally agree with this. If there is a cheaper variant of the same card I would choose that one over a more expensive one. Although, at the time of making this video, the Dual and the GamingX cards where both priced similarly making either a valid option. In this video I try to show any small differences between the two cards just to see if one is worth buying over the other.
Stearix ́ (1 year ago)
My ASUS 1060 just getting 61 Celsius After 3 Hours Gaming.
My asus card doesn't have a high pitcher sound
Electric Show (15 days ago)
guys, the reason why its quiet is, when you open asus GPU TWEAK you will see a option called "0db fan"
CuraB : (16 days ago)
So the Dual 1060 with a R5 2600x is still good for 2018 HIGH preformance games like Rust and Hitman? I was suggesting buying a Rx 580 instead.
CuraB : (16 days ago)
So the Dual 1060 with a R5 2600x is still good for 2018 HIGH preformance games like Rust and Hitman? I was suggesting buying a Rx 580 instead.
Magnus Rasmussen (9 months ago)
Under normal load in a decent cooled case there's no problems with acoustics as far as i'm concerned. Mine never gets higher than 71 degrees celsius and RPM hovers around 1400-1450 sometimes climbing to 1500 during heavy gaming. However, sometimes when I restart my PC, it sounds horrendous for 5-10 seconds. Also Cody Konjin, have you seen they've released a 0dB fan mode update. Yep! Now you can have the same feature as the Strix. You can download this from the Asus page.
Cody Konijn (9 months ago)
Mine is very quiet too
Mr. Reese (1 year ago)
This is a weird comparison, especially with the fans. The MSI card has by far the best cooling system of any 1060 card and the ASUS DUAL one is crap and the fans are really annoying when on load. The ASUS card feels cheap in every way and if the MSI card wasn't so damn expensive it would be a no-brainer.
Magnus Rasmussen (10 months ago)
The MSI Gaming X is like the Strix 1060, and both are overkill for a GTX 1060, unless you don't want to compromise on acoustics while overclocking. It would be better to compare the AMD Dual 1060 OC with the MSI Armor 1060 OC. I personally have a ASUS DUAL GTX 1060 and it doesn't sound like that at all, not even under load. It's relatively quiet under load and doesn't go beyond 73 degrees C, even in OC mode (this is manufacturer overclocking).
Егор Бояров (1 year ago)
Шо по инглишу, пасаны
TheKraken (4 months ago)
Вэри гуд
carbongud (11 months ago)
не оч
Anıl AKBAŞ (1 year ago)
İn my country msi costs like 85 dollars more it isnt worth it right
Flame Gupta (2 months ago)
Ind?
Yiğit Alp Karakaş (4 months ago)
Gigabyte ın sesi nasıl bilen var mı? Ve pin sayısını?
oznoz TR (5 months ago)
Artık asus daha pahalı kardeşim bunu 9 ay önce atmışsın ama arada 100 tl fark var msı 100 tl ucuz asusdan
oznoz TR (5 months ago)
Steiner Eichmann msı ın soğutucusu daha iyi
Steiner Eichmann (1 year ago)
Bende almayı düşünüyorum fakat ısınması aynı mı
iramike (1 year ago)
the asus card dual oc is so noisy ? or just the normal for video cards becasuse i want to buy them
Xamz Pvp (11 months ago)
lol i'm running 30% fan speed OC I hit about 74C in intense gaming session (3hours) and I don't hear a single thing from my computer (that include whitout headset) I run the asus dual gtx 1060 (For me it has better overclocking performance than my friend's MSI
matmas6305 (1 year ago)
my asus gtx 1060 3gb dual is really silent
Mastrhix (1 year ago)
I wouldn't say noisy all the time but it is noticeably louder than the MSI card
iramike (1 year ago)
in your experience asus dual oc is noisy all the time ? playing games
Mastrhix (1 year ago)
Generally video cards are pretty loud on 100% fan speed just some are quieter than others. Also you don't really need to be running then at 100% to keep them cool enough. Just a test to show how loud they are compared to each other.
Adam Hedqvist (1 year ago)
which one do u prefer? is there any diffrent without the cooling and that the msi card is quiter?
BoomWithPeter (1 year ago)
Rex - Gaming form my case asus has an overclock board do a reserch online its used for LN overclocking ! Also asus uses seperate vrm heatsink wich in my case is usefull when using an AIO bracket because the fan can cool the vrm heatsink while waterblock of aio can cool the gpu
Mastrhix (1 year ago)
Rex - Gaming I prefer the MSI card mostly because of it's cooling performance. Both cards are the exact same although the MSI card being cooler will be able to achieve higher clock speeds.
Asus sucks. They make terrible laptops, monitors, and graphic cards. MSI is much better.
Trancegotten (11 months ago)
709zzy you suck do u want to play 70 dollars more ? and is the same wtf ?
Suubie Rex (1 year ago)
709zzy | how uneducated are you?
Linkz (1 year ago)
Akrasia Incorrect the strix has a lower clock speed than the G1 by Gigabyte
Akrasia (1 year ago)
Not really, they do purposely make bad-cheap computers but the Gtx 1060-1080ti version that they make (the strix) destroyes everything els.
Thatunknownguy (1 year ago)
What do you have your MSI overclocked to?
Mastrhix (1 year ago)
Nice OC!
Thatunknownguy (1 year ago)
Mastrhix Oh nice. I have the ASUS 1060 and I have it overclocked to 2101 MHz stable and my temps never go higher than 64 °C after hours of gaming. I'm running a custom fan curve, though.
Mastrhix (1 year ago)
Francis Hammons I can get about +250Mhz out of it.
Johannes (1 year ago)
Wait the cards don't turn off in idle O.o
Mastrhix (1 year ago)
Sgt Brobee The extra noise was coming from 2 fans at the top of my case. Probably should have turned those off for a quieter test.
yano2k (1 year ago)
WHAT ABOUT 1050TI SHOULD I BUY MSI OR ASUS?
yano2k (1 year ago)
Msi is cheaper illbgo with it thanks
Mastrhix (1 year ago)
yqno2k12 ­­ I personally have never had my hands on either 1050Ti variant but they look pretty similar. I would go for the one that best fits your budget.
Daffy Ducky (1 year ago)
Hi. I have a question. Can this go well with the Dell 990 Desktop Windows 10 PRO Computer 3.1GHz Intel Core i5 Quad 8GB RAM? it's not that big but will it fit a Asus GTX 1060p 3GB? Also, How many frames will it run for overwatch? Thanks. btw i subbed
Daffy Ducky (1 year ago)
Mastrhix noiccee
Mastrhix (1 year ago)
You should manage above 60 FPS with this config.
Game Master umut (1 year ago)
which is better
Game Master umut (1 year ago)
Mastrhix thanks bro
Mastrhix (1 year ago)
Game Master umut In my opinion the MSI gaming X won with its better cooling and quieter fans though it is generally a bit more expensive than the Asus Dual card.
YECA GP (1 year ago)
Great video!
Jackson Hicks (1 year ago)
I want the asus one just because it went to 69 degrees Celsius ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
Electric Show (15 days ago)
You are so perverted xD
Plazll (3 months ago)
I already have it
Kenji Matsumoto (7 months ago)
( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) ya......
Shed (9 months ago)
And u have 69 likes lmao wtf
Monkey94nl (1 year ago)
AJH01 lol
Teguh Suryadi (1 year ago)
comparison should be dual vs armor and strix vs gaming
SirWolf2018 (11 months ago)
To me this video was perfectly what I was looking for.
BoomWithPeter (1 year ago)
Teguh Suryadi i will get 1060 dual oc 3gb because its cheapes and it has seperate vrm heatsink wich will help me to use aio for liquid (NZXT bracket with 120mm craken) cooling and hit some cool clocks
Teguh Suryadi (1 year ago)
ow should have mentioned, keep up the good work btw :)
Mastrhix (1 year ago)
Yeah definitely, had to use the two cards I had on hand.
Catalyst PC (1 year ago)
Great video! very informative, thought out
Mastrhix (1 year ago)
Catalyst PC thanks! Great to hear that it was helpful!
aRc MotioN (1 year ago)
I'll take 1 😂
Daffy Ducky (1 year ago)
Mini_Plays you can get thr gtx 144 1 gb LOL
aRc MotioN (1 year ago)
no im broke gimme me for free
Daffy Ducky (1 year ago)
Mini_Plays okay sir, just lend over $210.00 plus shipping for the asus gtx 1060 or you can get the more expensive at $350.00 also plus shipping. do you have that type of cash?
Dan Ny (1 year ago)
SSDs vs Cartridges
Mastrhix (1 year ago)
Dan Thanks for the video idea, will definitely consider.

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