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EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB SSC GAMING ACX 3.0, 6GB GDDR5, LED, DX12 OSD Support (PXOC) Graphics Card 06G-P4-6267-KR
- Base Clock:1607 MHz/Boost Clock:1835 MHz; Memory Detail: 6144MB GDDR5
- Run Longer, Play Longer with EVGA "ACX 3.0-Inch Cooling
- Ultimate 4K GAMING (up to 120Hz Plus GSYNC)
- DX12 OSD Support with EVGA Precision XOC
- 3 Year Warranty and EVGA's 24/7 Technical Support
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The EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 graphics card is loaded with innovative new gaming technologies, making it the perfect choice for the latest high definition games. Powered by NVIDIA Pascal, the most advanced GPU architecture ever created, the GeForce GTX 1060 delivers brilliant performance that opens the door to virtual reality and beyond. These cards also feature EVGA ACX 3.0 cooling technology. EVGA ACX 3.0 once again brings new and exciting features to the award winning EVGA ACX cooling technology. SHP gives increased heat pipes and copper contact area for cooler operation, and optimized fan curve for even quieter gaming. Of course, ACX 3.0 coolers also feature optimized swept fan blades, double ball bearings and an extreme low power motor, delivering more air flow with less power, unlocking additional power for the GPU.
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Straight out of the box I noticed the mounting plate was bent on both ends at 45 degree angles Little miffed about that but it was easy to bend back into place.
I am worried it might not have been a brand new card; perhaps someones return after finding out it didn't work with their build. The bag that encases the card itself within the box wasn't sealed - just folded in half with a sticker holding it in place. I am unsure if they are supposed to come sealed but you could see the scissor cuts on the bag opening.
Not a HUGE deal but if I wanted a used card I would have went for the ones on craigslist for $150.
Here's a few benchmarks from my Steam library:
DOOM 2016: R9360 - 45fps @1600*1200 medium / GTX 1060 - 60fps ultra @1920*1080
Wolfenstein (The New Order): R9360 - 45fps @1600*1200 very high / GTX 1060 - 60fps very high @1920*1080
Project CARS: R9360 - 53fps @1920*1080 medium / GTX 1060 - 60fps ultra @1920*1080
Crysis: R9360 - 30fps @1920*1080 / GTX 1060 ultra - 60fps ultra @1920*1080
Far Cry 3: R9360 - 15fps @1920*1080 ultra / GTX 1060 - 60fps ultra @1920*1080
Needless to say, I'm very impressed! The build quality of the EVGA card seems very good, and the card is chunkier than it appears in photos.
I considered the Radeon RX 480 4GB as well, but the size of the card was too large for my case. Either way, the new generation of AMD/nvidia graphics cards is proving fantastic for enthusiasts...
Great job nvidia and EVGA!
i am super happy with it!
I've got high framerate on max settings for every game I've tried at this card. The 3gb of ram might become an issue for the card longevity for games with greater texture quality.
I do crypto currency mining with it for fun. I mine when I'm not using it, so its basically been running 24/7 for months now and the card is stable.
it took a while to uninstall the drivers for the old graphics card and install the new drivers for it, but at the end it was all worth it.
game benchmark here: my GTX 650 would only run GTA 5 at 40 fps on low settings, with the GTX 1060 i was able to get a max framerate of 120 on max settings.
now for video editing: it has improved how fast the videos can render but the time it takes for adobe premiere to export a video is possibly based on the CPU so no difference in export time.
the 3GB model is worth the money, although if you are looking to future-proof your PC then i would suggest going for the 6GB model
Evga states a boost core clock of 1835Mhz, mine boost itself to 1965Mhz according to MSI afterburner and GPU-Z monitoring software, so that's a plus (memory is clocked at 2000Mhz). At 100% gpu load using Heavens Benchmark on ultra, 8x aliasing, 2560x1440p (1080p won't max the card) it keeps cool between 60-65C after several minutes of use and is quieter than my Antec case fans (it has a low pitch sound). I didn't get a solid 60 fps, but the program doesn't seem to work well with V-sync so take that with a grain of salt.
I choose an Evga card over an MSI or Asus one because they usually have a better clock speed/dollar and they also come with a lifetime warranty from manufacturer defect, malfunction and unusual wear under stock, normal conditions, but there is also a 3 years protection from the day it is shipped from Evga, so if you want to sell your card in less than 2 years, it will still be under warranty for some time.