In this video I’ll compare the performance difference between two laptops running an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 and 1060 with Max-Q design. The 1060 with Max-Q is clocked slightly slower in order for it to run cooler and quieter, but how does this affect gaming performance? Although the regular 1060 is more powerful, how much better is it, and is it worth paying extra for in a laptop? I’ll perform some gaming benchmarks and see how well each graphics card does in a series of tests to help you choose between the 1060 with Max-Q or 1060 for your next laptop.
In this test we’ll be benchmarking the following games:
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG)
Rise of the Tomb Raider
Watch Dogs 2
The Witcher 3
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon
Shadow of War
Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation
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So would laptop with 1060 be good for 2019 and for like 3+ years? Would use it for school and gaming. I like to play pretty demanding games though. Not necessarily buying laptop right now so could wait for summer and I'm thinking if I should wait for laptops with 1660 GPU??
I'm about to buy a Dell 7577 with Gtx 1060 Max-q and I'm so happy I found your review here. I appreciate the effort you put in this video showcasing the difference between both GPUs and giving us some great info on the performance as well. As I can see the 1060 MQ runs pretty much all of the latest games on higher / ultra settings at good fps and with low power consumption and the difference between both GPUs is not that huge. I feel comfortable going forward with buying the inspiron 7577 after watching this video so thank you very much.
Thanks for this good job. I'm going to go with the 1060 because I'm not gaming just doing digital drawing and animation. Heavy on the Ram for the most part. Just my best guess... seems both will do a fine job. I
ll have to research the heat in a dell gaming laptop
Late to the party and i haven't checked if anyone has replied with the correct answer yet. the lower the load on the 1060 MQ, the higher it boosts. You can technically recreate the exact scenario using heaven benchmark. For instance: A 1060 MQ on 99% load boosts up to 1480mhz ( give or take, depending on manufacturer). lower the settings and run in windowed mode at low resolution, which puts a lesser load on the card (50 ish %) and the card boosts up to 1800-1900 mhz. ie, the card becomes less "power limited". Try it for yourself and you'll notice what i'm talking about, take a good look at gpu clockspeeds. The card at full load is constantly hitting the power limit all the time, which it doesn't do when you lower settings, hence the way higher boost speeds which allows it to catch up and surpass the regular 1060. Hope that clarifies things. As far as i'm aware the cpu load/temps don't really come into play from what i can tell.
I've never found undervolting the GPU to make much difference myself, at least compared to just overckocking it. I still suspect the 1060 will come out ahead though, when I test overclocking if the max-q one (I do that in the full reviews of the Dell G3/5/7) it doesn't get that much of a boost
Interestingly my laptop with a 1060 Max-Q got 9091 on firestrike, whereas your Max-Q result was only 8,386. Your 1060 scored 9,160, yet when I overclocked my 1060 Max-Q by 200 mhz with MSI Afterburner I pushed its score from 9091 to 9520.
Hmm, don't suppose you have a newer laptop with 8th gen CPU? These tests were done with the i7-7700HQ, so that could make up the difference if you have an i5-8300H/i7-8750H. I probably should have provided graphics only scores.
Thank you for the videos your making. I have a suggestion though. I noticed that in some of your videos you dont reference which products do you use which would be a very informative point for us the consumers and viewers. So just a little suggestion to write in your video description at least which laptops do you use on your testings. I figured out that the one was the Dell G5 but for the MSI i didnt realise yet. Thanks a lot !
+Jarrod'sTech i know and your absolutely right. Its just for educational reasons only. You know just at the description below your video you could write at the very end for example " the following models have been used.... " something like that. Thanks Jarrod for your reply
Yeah I don't bother mentioning in comparisons like this, because the idea is that it doesn't matter. The point is to compare the 1060 and 1060 Max-Q graphics, regardless of the laptops. I do mention it some times briefly at the start though so I'll try to remember to quickly do it at the start along with the specs.
Hey, thanks for the great video !
I want to buy new laptop for gaming and I'm not sure which one is better, what are your experiences with those laptops ? Which one do you think is the best and why ? Thanks for your answer.
OMEN by HP 15-ce014nc :
Intel Core i7-7700HQ
16GB RAM DDR4
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5
512GB M.2 SSD PCIe NVMe TLC + 1TB HDD 7200rpm
Dell G5 15 Gaming (5587) :
Intel Core i7-8750H
16GB RAM DDR4
NVDIA GeForce GTX 1060 Max-Q 6GB
256GB SSD M.2 + 1TB HDD 5400rpm
ASUS TUF Gaming FX504GM-E4233T :
Intel Core i7 8750H
RAM 16GB DDR4
GeForce GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5
SSD PCIe 256GB + SSHD 1TB 5400rpm
Acer Nitro 5 Shale Black :
Intel Core i7 8750HQ
RAM 16GB DDR4
GeForce GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5
PCIe SSD 256GB + HDD 1TB 7200 rpm
What are your thoughts on Acer,Dell,HP and Asus notebooks ? I heard that Acer notebooks aren't really that good that they pass out after 2 years. I'm not sure about other ones. Have a nice day and thank you very much.
Thanks for your answer. I'm stuck between two laptops now.
First is : ASUS ROG STRIX GL502VS-FY247T
Intel Core i7 7700HQ Kaby Lake
RAM 16GB DDR4
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 8GB GDDR5
SSD 256GB + HDD 1TB 7200 rpm
+ this one is 100 euro cheaper .
Second : MSI GP73 8RE-444
Intel Core i7 8750H Coffee lake
RAM 16GB DDR4
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5
M.2 SSD 128GB + HDD 1TB 7200 rpm
What do you think is better ? i7700+GTX 1070 or i8750h+GTX 1060 ? Game requirements are raising, so would you choose for gaming the better CPU or GPU ? Let's say we're in 2021 and I would like to play some new game, which laptop would run the game better ? Thank you very much, have a nice day!
Thanks! I haven't tested any HP stuff so straight away I can't really talk about that, however based on the specs the others would be better with the newer 8750H CPU. I'm working on a video right now actually comparing the 7700HQ and 8750H CPUs, so look out for that one - but basically on average I was seeing more than a 10% boost in games with the 8750H, and even higher outside of gaming where multiple cores are actually better utilized. That said the 7700HQ is still a great option, especially if it's a good price. As for the rest I can't personally recommend the FX504, I have a full review on the channel and I had some pretty serious power limit throttling on it which reduced performance, the Dell G5 would be preferable despite it having the Max-Q graphics. In terms of raw specs though the Nitro 5 would win, I've heard good things about it but haven't had the chance to test it myself. I do actually have a Nitro 5 at home waiting for me to review, but I got the AMD/Radeon configuration rather than Intel/Nvidia, so the review of that when it comes probably won't help you out. I think all those companies you listed are pretty good, but that said I haven't used any of them long term so can't comment on durability over time unfortunately.
lenovo & dell laptops are good for gaming but the screen displays in both are worse....i recently changed my lenovo's TN glossy display panel to IPS panel...hp omen 2018 gaming laptops offers much better specs than dell & lenovo in the same price category, i hope they perform good enough for gaming.
I think with the G7 you could definitely save money getting the i7 model, as I cover in my review of it the i9 doesn't perform too much better due to power limit throttling. Not sure about the Lenovo laptops myself as I've never had any for testing, but I have heard some good things about them.
1070 will definitely cost me a little extra but the seller options are very less in my country(india). i read other reviews on G7 i9 that it is not best pick for gaming. lenovo legion y720 was in my top priority list but i would probably wait till next year for any new laptop launch in CES 2019.
so based on graphics, gameplay performance doesn't matter as seen in this benchmark fps video....i would probably not be looking for any upgrade till next 4-5 years....or shall i go with laptop with 1070 graphics?
I'm planning to buy a laptop for 3D rendering purposes.
I want to know your opinion on getting a 1060 with Max Q or not? There's a 200 dollar difference between the laptops so I'm wondering if the price difference worth it?
Also if you could recommend a laptop best for 3D render?
Thank you so much in advance for the help.
+Jarrod'sTech thanks a lot for your inputs. I guess Asus is a clear winner. But I'm confused now as to which model is better. FX505GM-ES055T or GL504GM-ES052T. I think both have the same specs? But different model series. What's the difference? Thank you!
Given the specs are basically the same on all laptops (8750H/1060) you'd want to look at other things such as design/weight/battery life, most of those are personal preferences though so I can't really say. I also haven't tested half of them so not sure how they compare in terms of thermal performance. Based on what I have tested I'd probably stay away from the G7 as the screen isn't as good as the ASUS models (especially GL504), and the Max-Q 1060 is about 10% slower than the regular 1060. To me the GL504GM sounds the best based on those specs, lightest, good specs, and I've tested the GL504GS version with 1070 (videos coming soon) and think it's pretty decent, though it does cost more as a result.
+Jarrod'sTech thank you for your quick response.. my laptop choices are the following:
1. Alienware 15 - usd1810
- i7 8750H
- 16gb 2400mhz
- 256SSD + 1TB HDD
- Nvidia 1060 OC 6gb gddr5
2. Dell G7 15 7588 - usd1857
- i7 8750H
- 16gb 2666mhz
- 256SSD + 1TB HDD
- Nvidia 1060 with Max Q 6gb gddr5
- 1yr warranty
3. Asus FX504GM-EN019T - usd1670
- i7 8750H
- 8gb 2666mhz (then I'll just buy another 8gb)
- 128SSD + 1TB HDD
- Nvidia 1060 6gb gddr5
- 2yrs warranty
4. Asus GL504GM-ES052T - usd1950
- i7 8750H
- 16gb 2666mhz
- 128SSD + 1TB HDD
- Nvidia 1060 6gb gddr5
- 2yrs warranty
5. Acer PH315-51-766p - usd1580
- i7 8750H
- 8gb 2666mhz
- 1TB HDD
- Nvidia 1060 6gb gddr5
- 2yrs warranty
I'm looking for a laptop that I could use for a couple of years. The main use of the laptop would be 3D/2D render (SketchUp, Photoshop, etc).
So sorry about the inconvenience this may cause. But I hope you could give clarity. More or less the specs are the same, maybe you could share some info about the brands as well?
Thank you so much!
I probably wouldn't bother myself, in games at least (not sure how this translates into performance of the apps you plan on using, check that) the non Max-Q is only 10% better, to me at least that isn't worth $200, though depends on the price of the laptop - if the laptop is already over $2000, then a 10% increase of $200 for 10% performance boost seems decent, but in a $1000 laptop then it's a 20% increase for 10% gain.
R6 runs quite well on basically anything, 1070Ti should give you excellent performance in most games too. For video editing the graphics doesn't matter too much in the editing process, can speed up exporting a little though with CUDA acceleration, though the CPU still matters more. More cores are generally better for video editing.
I guess depends more on whether you need to take it anywhere with you, if so definitely laptop, but if not you can get more performance for the same $ with a desktop. Water cooling is definitely not needed, you can run really good hardware on air these days, water only needed usually if you want to overclocking, but even then you can still overclock most stuff fairly well on air, it's basically for the 1%. What sort of games do you plan on playing and what setting levels/resolution?
To be honest I probably won't get the 1060 version as they've already sent me the 1070, generally companies just want me to do the review rather than all these comparisons which I do as extras because I know they are important.
Wow cool way less of a difference then I was told it would be 15 to 30% difference the video I was looking thanks and take care I got this one because almost all the newer gaming laptop around 1k USA where max q mostly and the others ones where to much like a laptop and 1070 1500 to 2000 that’s way to much for me I got a dell g7 had to return it in two days weird glitch in the screen looked like a old tv static so let’s hope this one is good
Yeah stay up pretty late testing stuff and making videos then do it all again 😛 I want to but can't really do that at the moment unless I have my own laptop to test with. I can't take off the stock paste on a review unit as they all get sent back afterwards, if I do that the next person that gets the laptop will report incorrect thermal results without knowing and mislead people.
Hey please react hahaha. Im planninh on getting it too but im scared its gonna be bad. Have you played any big games yet and at which settings can you play them? Im gonna possibly get it soon but i wanna know if its any good
To be honest I think it depends more on the performance differences as realistically there seems to be minimal difference in fan speeds from the laptop overall, so depends on the games you play, settings you use, and what you deem as acceptable frame rates, either of these are good options, I'd pick the laptop you like more with either rather than specifically picking for a max-q version or not.
Nah not really, to be honest I haven't noticed much difference once you start playing games, but in most laptops I've tested with 8th gen CPUs the CPU gets hotter so that might just be where the fan noise comes from. If you want an idea of how they sound, check my full reviews, I show how the fan noise sounds with a sound meter at idle/gaming/stress test/max speed.
+Jarrod'sTech Yes, kind of is it significantly quiter compared to other laptops running the full 1060? And how quiet is the specific model? Is it greatly wuuet proportionally to the performance or is it I'd rather go for a laptop with the fully pledged 1060? Thanks
Not sure as I've never had a 3GB 1060, I suspect it would be better as the clock speed tends to make a larger difference in most games than more VRAM, but depends on the game and setting levels used, for instance high texture games may make the 6GB one more useful.
Sure, as for the performance I'm not too sure, depends on the requirements, I don't personally have any VR experience, however most seem to suggest the 1060 as the minimum requirement, and the Max-Q 1060 as shown here is about 10% less performance, so it may still be ok, hard for me to say without having ever tested it.
I avoid showing overclock results in these tests as there are no guarantees of what results you'll actually get, it will vary between laptops based on a number of factors such as power limits and the silicon lottery.
Oh yeah for sure, just depends on your requirements, for instance a lot of people can only afford one machine and might also need to be able to travel with it, to school for instance. Personally I have a powerful desktop for editing video, then a thin and light laptop with no discrete graphics that I just use for travelling with when I go away, it's a good combo 👌 probably looking at something a bit more powerful next time around so I can still edit 4K video while I'm away from home, e.g. if I go to an event or something and need to make a video.
I'm new to pc gaming and I cant find a definitive answer I just bought a asus rog with a 1060 and a i7 8750h and I'm curious at what are safe cpu and gpu thermal temps? like what's the maximum that I can play it at without having to worry. and what are temps that I should start to worry at lol
Jarrod'sTech my temps on more demanding games have been in the 70-80°c range to low 80's. I'm concerned on ruining my parts from playing too long of sessions and having it get that hot because I'm not sure if those temps are bad or not, also I appreciate the response thanks
Welcome! Those are some pretty nice specs 😃 to be honest you shouldn't need to worry too much, if you are getting too hot the hardware will thermal throttle itself back, it'll perform slower so that it doesn't run as hot. From personal testing that CPU seems to max out under full load around 90c, GPU around 70-80 seems about common. If you're getting throttling / want to look at running cooler you could look at trying a cooler pad for the laptop, or perhaps undervolting the CPU later down the road if you're still concerned. What temperatures are you actually seeing while playing games? You can use a tool like HWInfo to monitor.
I haven't used any Lenovo laptops myself, so with that aside and just going purely on the specs it depends if you need the extra ~10% or so graphics power from the non Max-Q 1060. Keep in mind you can always change and upgrade SSD/HDD later, but you can't upgrade the graphics, so may be worthwhile getting the best graphics you can afford and working out disks later.
yeah, i guess i'm gonna stick with the G7...but something weird happened, yesterday i was looking at 7577 on dell's website the i7 variant (i5 is there), not i can't find it either there or on amazon, wtf?!
i wanted to make sure that i'm not crazy because i thought the 7567 i7 7th gen, 1060 max-q, 1 hdd, 128 ssd, 16 ram was the same price as the G7 (same specs but 8th gen). so that was weird, the 7567 was supposed to be cheaper
I'm not aware of anything, all the new laptops I've heard about were mostly April/May releases to coincide with the new 8th gen CPUs, so most of the new stuff til the new GPUs will probably be out pretty soon. The 7577 is pretty good, but yeah the G7 with 6 core CPU would be pretty sweet! I've got a G5 here at the moment and working on the review + comparison with the 7577 😃
My 1060 Max Q OCed performs right under the laptop 1060 by about 1-10 fps on depending on game. See a steady 1650-1750 clock and 4200mhz on the memory. As high and higher than the 1060m. Don't forget it never passes 60C. I feel happy with it.
i think i know why the non q max gtx 1060 runs lower FPS when compared to the Qmax gtx1060 when on the low settings,
I think it has to do with the fact the gtx 1060 card either throttles itself or only uses the amount of resources needed to run the card as it can help the TDP i would assume when there isnt demand for the full resources on the lower setting,
or perhaps the heat at that level of low performance effects the ability of the card as it has a huge amount of power going into it that is not needed/doesnt get use for the low settings but still has the heat of the input power,
or perhaps Nvidia thought, who the hell is going to run the GTX 1060 on very low to low settings and didn't optimize the cards for such low performance/low demand on the gpu compared to the input power/TDP
So perhaps like a car with a Turbo system on it, where you dont truly see the power of the system unless your going above a certain rpm/level of demand from the engine so to compare it to the gtx 1060 , at the low settings/low demand the 1060 card isnt design/optmized to for the low settings so its in fact more demanding on the gtx1060 to design low settings due to the fact the card is designed for high medium to high/ultra graphics, so like a turbo car that doesnt go pass X amount of rpm/demand makes your system less effect/efficnet as its designed for a certain level of performance and having the card be used for what it wasnt design for (low to very low graphics settings when the card has a pretty large TDP/constant draw power meant to be more effective/effiencecy at the higher settings)
Where the Q max is a optmized verision of the card that runs on a lower TDP thus the card is design to run games on lower graphics settings so it will have a better FPS at those settings vs the high settings.
this is my overall idea, like a high end turbo car never buidling the PSI to power the turbo, your car wont perform as good as if your turbo isnt running as the overall car was design to have the turbo running putting more air into the engine in order to maintain proper fuel air ratio for gas mileage,etc, but now compare that to a car with no turbo and that car its performance is better at the med to lower rpm for gas consumption.
Ah ok, Eluktronics use the Clevo chassis if I recall, so I've got a few videos on the channel with the Metabox laptops which are essentially the same things with the same model numbers so that might help.
Yea its very interesting result tho, and glad i found this video as im looking for a very simulair set up, I7700hq+ gtx1060 6gb in a Eluktronics laptops/lenvoo case, and the one thing im having issue finding is real heat testing done with this setup in a certain laptop chassis as the airflow of the chassis itself can effect the heating/cooling of the components
Yeah I could have done some more testing around temps etc while I had the cards, but in the end figured it probably doesn't matter too much, as like you say these games are unlikely to be played on low settings with these GPUs.
What are you using it for? Personally I'd get the 8750H laptop, as the extra cores benefit what I do, I don't game much so the difference between graphics is negligible. If you want the best gaming experience the 1060/7700hq will probably be slightly better, from the benchmarks I've seen so far gaming with 8750h isn't that large of an improvement, hopefully I'll have more comparisons with this soon.
I haven't used 3ds max for a while, so you might want to look at some benchmarks specifically for it, I'm not too sure how GPU accelerated it is these days. As for photoshop, premiere etc, in a laptop I think it's plenty
I have picked out a few choices on Amazon. It's either 4k screen i7 7700 16gb of ram with 1060 max Q for $1200 or 1080p screen 8gb of ram, i5 processor, and pull power 1060 for $1000. I think the extra $200 and 8% slower gpu is worth all of that
Jarrod'sTech I don't think I will mind. I require a really crisp image so I can see very small details in high resolution drawings and renders. With 720p and 1080p screen I always have to zoom in significantly before I can see small details. I tend to be working with 4000x4000 canvases and 4k animations so I need a screen that can keep up a bit better than what I'm used to
Just ordered a 7577 w/no Max Q. Received my order confirmation and in the item it says "NVIDIA N17E-G1" which is the non Max Q1060. Just thought I'd share, might have just been that model - almost bought the new G7 15 and I am happy I did not because it has 1060 max -q - all tho i would have preferred the i7-8750h over the 7700HQ. TY for the post!
I spoke with a dell rep since I was also curious
and they confirmed that there is no variant of the 7557 that comes with a non max-q 1060. The *New* in the listing is simply due Dell's Canadian website including it within its name. The USA website just lists it as Dell Inspiron 15 gaming. They're one in the same.
Right!! I am hoping so, and honestly I didn't know that there was such a variance in performance between the Max-Q and the regular 1060 until I watched your video - I greatly appreciate that. When I receive it, I will let you know what the verdict is - they keep updating these laptops, and do no marketing around it so it will be a nice surprise - no one seems to be talking about it, so it would be good if someone brought this change to light *wink, wink - nudge, nudge* ;)
Basically the 1060 Max Q versions are clearly meant for the single player Fps games which are competitive and gamers usually switch to lower graphic settings for improved gaming performance hence in your video the max Q performed better than 1060
In non competitive games like watch dogs and Witcher the difference was clearly shown
Pubg on the other hand are competive and the max Q has the upper hand
Using unigine heaven i get 7 fps and my frame rate is capped at 30fps for some reason on my dell 7577
1060 max q
I'm thinking of returning it, something is wrong especially when it looks like it's running smoothly on your model
Man your videos are good! i just cant decide between Asus gl503 or Dell 7577, the key factor for me is that Asus gets pretty hot and Dell doesn't, but i don't know if i'm not gonna regret not getting a 1060 over a 1060 Max-Q. What would you recommend?
So we have average frame rate, and then the minimum frame rate would refer to the lowest FPS during the whole test, however showing the lowest isn't really useful because a one off dip during a test run could give an incorrect display of the real minimum, so the 1% lows are basically the 1% lowest FPS numbers during the test, which are a bit more useful at giving an idea of what to expect worst case on average.
PUBG definitely benefits from the higher clocks speeds from the regular 1060 at higher settings than the MAX-Q because it is way more gpu intensive at those presets. The lower settings show the MAX-Q pulls ahead at lower settings because that laptop has an intel core i7-7700HQ whereas the regular 1060 laptop has the i7-6700HQ so the better cpu helps when the load is removed from the gpu and put on the cpu.
Hmm sounds alright, I've heard good things about that company but haven't tested any of their stuff myself, pre-built systems seem to be good value for money these days as graphics cards are costly, so it could be a good option
6GB is better, but it depends what you're doing with the laptop. For me personally I don't game that much, so the CPU is more useful to me in other tasks. If you are primarily gaming, then the 7300HQ should still be fine for games, and the 6GB 1060 might be beneficial. I haven't tested the 7300HQ myself so hard for me to say for sure.
Jarrod'sTech i did have a question, ive found a lot of laptops in my price range with a 1060, but its always the 3gb version. If i dont plan on gaming at 4k or VR is the 6gb going to give me noticeable performance over the 3?
Jarrod'sTech actually the latest video you uploaded was what i was going to ask for haha. And 15 vs 17 and it happened to be the exact laptops i was bordering on purchasing. Just keep uploading the quality stuff!
I mostly edit out the pauses, no one has time to listen to nothing 😛 I'm all about getting the info out as quick as possible, no time wasting. Not sure what you mean by dynamic though, this is just how I speak so sorry if you don't like it.
So I’ve got the same exact Max-Q laptop and it’s not very quiet at all. My friends have commented on the loud fan noise numerous times compared to their Alienware and ASUS laptops. Is there a setting or update that I need?
I also have dell 7577 and is noticeably loud. As suggested below, use wisper mode in GeForce Experience. If you are a more advanced computer user, you can re-apply thermal paste with a nicer option or liquid metal. Guides for that are all over YT, considering doing it myself
To be honest I've found them both to be pretty similar in terms of overall build quality, and in many cases you can get similar specs for the price. I might go with ASUS, but only because I've had the chance to test their high end stuff, I haven't yet tried any high end MSI laptops 😛
No problem! From what I understand the GPU doesn't help that much during the editing process, at least with Adobe Premiere. I haven't done any proper testing but I don't really notice a difference between different levels of GPU, and not sure how I'd benchmark it well, any suggestions? Unfortunately I haven't gotten my hands on the HP Omen yet, I reached out to them a few weeks ago to see if I could borrow one for review for a bit but they basically said no :p
Appreciate your speedy reply! Yeah I understand that the exporting is based on the CPU, I mean during editing does it support 4K well...? Maybe you can try? haha I'm still thinking whether to get this or the HP Omen. ><'
Unfortunately I didn't test it in Adobe Premiere, sorry about that! I'd assume a similar performance difference lower than the regular laptop 1060 though, so perhaps around 7% or so, but that is just a guess based on my other data, the video exporting process isn't purely GPU based so it doesn't really seem to make as much of a difference I don't think, at least compared to the CPU power.
hm....my Legion 1060 Max-Q ends with 1671Mhz of core without touching anything. And all info about this GPU says, that is should run maximum at ~1450 ? i cannot understand that :) my max temps in PUBG are 71 CPU and 58 GPU.
Depends what you're doing with it and the games you're playing. I'm going to do a comparison of 1050 Ti and 1060 with Max-Q soon, so you'll be able to see the difference, however I'd probably prefer the 1060, as I think realistically both cards are designed for 1080p, and higher memory is mainly more useful at higher resolutions, but of course it does depend on the game.
Haven't tested it myself, but not sure if it's worthwhile if you can get a max-q 1060 for cheaper, no point paying more if you're not using the extra power :p (assuming max-q 1060 actually is cheaper).
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