ASUS Dual series of GeForce® GTX 1060 graphics provide sweet spot performance 1809 MHz Boost Clock in OC mode for outstanding performance and gaming experience.
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i5 6600K @4.4 Ghz
16 GB RAM
Crucial MX 512GB SSD
I hate mid range graphic cards,and I will save my money to buy gtx 1090 ti or equivalent of that.when u want to play,u have to buy best graphic cards,I love Nidia and my next graphic card will be a high end graphic card from Nidia.
I bought it yesterday,i have an i3 4160 which kinda sucks for me xd but everything works great but i guess there will be some bottlenecks if i change into an i5(4th gen) then bottlenecks should appear again?
Ignacio goncalves Nope, I get a nice 50-70 fps in ARMA 3 with i5 7500. I had an older GTX 750ti and I can see that there's a big difference. The gameplay is smooth as hell and everything is maxed out to ultra! It's a nice card and I love it!
I am building a pc whit
Asus prime z270-a
Asus dual gtx 1060 3gb
2x 8gb curcial ballistic sport lt ram
Nzxt s340 elite white
Intel 600p m2 ssd 128gb
Corsair cx550m watt power supply
Cooler master seidon 120v ver.2
Seagatte 1tb barracuda
Is this good its gonna cost me around 1300/1400 euro’s?
Guys can you help me i wana buy new grafic card to replace my 3 year old card amd ati radeon hd 6570 :) , and want to buy this GTX 1060 Ti , but i dont know it will work good with my current pc spec: motherboard; A68HM-E33 V2, cpu: amd II athlon x4 860k quad core 3,7 Ghz , ram 8gb dd3 hyper fury black 1600mhz, storage toshiba 1Tb, and psu is 500 W its rhino psu. so guys if you can help me decide what to do ? tnx
Hi! I wanna buy this card but someone recomend me the 6gb version, what do I have to do? I don't have to much money to buy the 6gb version but I think that I can save some money and in 1-2 months I will get the enough money to buy the 6gb version, do you recomend me do this? or with the 3gb version I will not have problem
regards, I'll be waiting your answer!
is this 8 pin or 6pin. I only have 6 pin connectors. :(( I was gonna get the GeForce GTX 1060 6gb Superclocked. but this card is cheaper and seems so good! I want it!! I'm still rocking the 6 year old gtx 570. great card, really.
Im buying the following things tommorow: Intel Core i7-7700K processor, MSI Z270-A-Pro motherboard, Corsair Vengeance DDR4 RAM 16 GB, Asus Dual GeForce GTX 1060 OC graphiccard (6 GB), 2x 4k UHD HDR 55 inch Samsung monitors. I can use my power supply that i had in my old pc since it is 800 watts and only 1 year old. And im going to get some SSD storage here soon too :D Can´t wait to try this card out, my budget won´t allow for a 1070 so im gonna try this one since i know these can (often) be clocked quite high and performs so well.
i only asked u that to be more sure, and because i saw vids on youtube that shows FPS on gtx 980 that are quite the same FPS as gtx 1060 on some games .. there's another question though .. i'm going to get Asus gtx 1060 3g but there's a Zotax gtx 1060 6G that's at the same price of the Asus .. i know that the 6G doesn't add a remarkable difference but what do u think i should get ? and thanks for replying mate i appreciate that.
These are the parts that I am purchasing within the next month. I want to be able to play upcoming AAA games in 1080p, like Star Citizen and Identity, and others. It would be great if anyone could leave some nice recommendations or some input on what it may be able to handle, and if maybe I should make some changes.
SSD: SanDisk SSD Plus 120GB 2.5-Inch SDSSDA-120G-G25 (Old Version)
Power Supply: EVGA 600 B1, 80+ BRONZE 600W
Case: Cooler Master Elite 431 Plus - Mid Tower Computer Case w/ window panel
GPU: ASUS GeForce GTX 1060 3GB Dual-Fan OC Edition Graphics Card
Storage: WD Blue 1TB SATA 6 Gb/s 7200 RPM 64MB (WD10EZEX)
Memory: Kingston Technology Hyper X FURY Black 8 GB 2133 MHz DDR4
CPU: Intel Core i5 6500 3.20 GHz Quad Core, 6MB Cache
So far the RAM is the only thing somebody has told me I should up a bit, but I am not really familiar with PC gaming yet, so I don't know exactly what else there is to change about this. My price range is upwards of 900 dollars
Western Gents United no it's the new Intel processor, Intel Pentium g4560. Its a dual core 3.5ghz processor (also supports hyper threading). Do you think i would be able to get high fps in the games you tested? on ultra/high quality. thanks for the reply!
good review, I was thinking about to get the RX 480, 8GB 256 bits. But After this video, kind impressed me, because it run 4k with 3gb vram. I going to get the 6Gb, 192 bitsversion. Am I right about that decision... for 4K... GTX 1060 6GB 192 Bits is better than RX 480 8Gb 256 bits?
+Lucas casagrande Other than the overal performance and the benchmarks beeing better in favor of the 1060,the only thing that is able to keep the amd's in the game is the 8gigs of ram.Since everything above 4Gb makes the card preety featureproof and your budget can handle the 6 gigs version of the 1060 i suggest you go for it.
+Iraklis 1908 Highlights give me your master points about 1060 6Gb 192 bits. I know that Rx 480 8Gb 256Bits has crosfire, 2 extra vram Gb, 256 bits, 64 more than Gtx, why should I buy it, they are here, in Brazil, at the same price. One of them is GTXs: ASUS GEFORCE GTX 1060 DUAL OC 6GB or GIGABYTE GEFORCE GTX 1060 WINDFORCE OC 6G /VS./ AMD: ASUS STRIX RADEON RX 480 8GB GDDR5, STRIX-RX480-O8G-GAMING
Lasse K. Skou i have 4 display vga... i bought transformers to get on all spending 100 dollars more cuz vga to dvi display dual its epic hard to get and vga to hdmi doesnt work...... so now im with only 3
Western Gents United no cause im thinking in the people who sell it and not the builders
now i have to spend more money in an adapter for my third monitor cause this gpu comes with dual dvi.... an mone is another connector dvi
got an i7 6700 and tried a few weeks ago a gigybyte gtx 1060 3gb. 1080p all fine 1440p also fine but 4k was some kind of struggle. no smooth gamplay in titles like bf1, gta v and witcher 3 i also used medium settings but had some ugly studder. in afterburner was the vram the bottleneck in this titles. and after using fraps... yes. the average is close to urs but there are some ugly min framerates. in witcher was the min 22frames, gta v 26frames and bf1 also in the 20 area. so u can play 4k with this tiny thing but its not that what i would call "a nice gaming experience" 1080p all day long 1440p yess but 4k... im out. but i guess this is not the pricepoint for nice 4k gaming. for nice 4k gaming u need the 1080. in some older titles <= 2015 the 1070 can hold in high setting but the newer titles the 1070 struggles too. watch dogs 2 for example... is a very demanding game and the 1070 can hold 1080p but struggles with 1440p in higher details. but all depends on the setup. i guess if u do some oc stuff with ur cpu and gpu u can fill the gap. but i love to try things out of the box. that is what avarage gamers do i believe. anyway. nice video :) and yes... this asus dual white looks rly nice
nope... i mean i dont have oc it, all settings are stock settings. as i tould 1080/1440 nice to ok but 4k in lower settings struggle. still a very good card. its not targeted for the 4k player so still awesome performance
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