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cloustrizi 394 106 August 9, 2016 at 09:23 PM in Video Cards (7) More Newegg Deals
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Promoted 08-09-2016 by Corwin at 11:08 PM View Original Post
Newegg has EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5 Video Card (06G-P4-6161-KR) for $249.99 - $15 w/ promo code VCOGOLD16 = $234.99. Shipping is $4.99, otherwise shipping is free w/ Newegg Premier. Thanks cloustrizi
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Edited August 9, 2016 at 11:52 PM by thestreetlight
EVGA GTX 1060 cards are back in stock. Can be combined with 15 off 200+ Visa Checkout promo. When they were previously in stock, there was no promotion available.

EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 GAMING $249.99 ($234.99 w/Visa promo)
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...6814487260

EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 SC GAMING $259.99 ($244.99 w/promo) - OOS
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...6814487261


use code VCOGOLD16 for an additional $15 off.

If you have Newegg Premier you can get free shipping, otherwise it starts at $4.99

I grabbed the Superclocked version for just under $250.

Good luck, these sell out fast.
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It usually has less royalty costs for one, and was/is best for really high resolution.

"Comparison with HDMI

Although DisplayPort has much of the same functionality as HDMI, it is a complementary connection used in different scenarios. DisplayPort can emit an HDMI signal through the use of a passive adapter connected to a port that is designed for dual-mode.

DisplayPort has a royalty rate of $0.20 per unit, while HDMI charges an annual fee of US$10,000 to each high-volume manufacturer and a per unit royalty rate of US$0.04 to US$0.15. HDMI Licensing countered the "royalty-free" claim by pointing out that the DisplayPort specification states that companies can charge a royalty rate for DisplayPort implementation. DisplayPort 1.2 has more bandwidth at 21.6 Gbit/s (17.28 Gbit/s with overhead removed) as opposed to HDMI 2.0's 18 Gbit/s (14.4 Gbit/s with overhead removed), and DisplayPort 1.3 raises that to 32.4 Gbit/s (25.92 Gbit/s with overhead removed). It also has the ability to share this bandwidth with multiple streams of audio and video to separate devices.

DisplayPort in native mode lacks some HDMI features such as Consumer Electronics Control (CEC) commands, which allow the control of multiple devices through a single remote; VESA asserts that CEC commands can be transmitted over the AUX channel if needed. HDMI uses unique Vendor-Specific Block structure, which allows for features such as additional color spaces. However, these features can be defined by CEA EDID extensions."



Can you not overclock the 1000 series with overclocking software? I don't think that would void your warranty, but I don't know if you can do much with the 1000 series or not. Does the quality of the electronics on the board differ among the video card companies, or is it just the heatsink and fan and the warranty that is different?
What is up with these mini cards (heard they run hotter/limited overclocking) ..

How do these mini cards compare to dual fan / normal size ones?
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This is a great deal. Best bang for buck. I'd get it over a rx470 or 480 given their current prices
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Thanks, I'm done with this vigil at long last, lol.
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What is up with these mini cards (heard they run hotter/limited overclocking) ..

How do these mini cards compare to dual fan / normal size ones?
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Check out jet.Com for the Asus strix oc edition for 290 with coupon codes
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I'm not getting my Premier shipping applied after using Visa Checkout it goes back to costing $7 for 3 day shipping. Does it not work if you do not use Newegg checkout?
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Quote from Kazenokatana View Post :
I'm not getting my Premier shipping applied after using Visa Checkout it goes back to costing $7 for 3 day shipping. Does it not work if you do not use Newegg checkout?
If you use Newegg checkout, you will likely lose out visa checkout promo. You know how these big companies are.

I would try fooling around with it for a few minutes to see if you can possibly combine the deal, otherwise I would just hurry up and buy it before it sells out again. That's if you are in the market for EVGA of course. I think the ASUS cards have been plentiful.
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does this support 4k?
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does this support 4k?
Depends if you mean videos or gaming. Cheaper cards can support videos, this card can support gaming at 4K but not at high quality settings. The 1070 pretty much would be the minimum for high quality 4K gaming (that's what I ended up going with).
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With taxes and 4.99 shipping it came out to $268 for the OC version. I ordered this like an hour before this post, never have I made a post so sorry about that.
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With taxes and 4.99 shipping it came out to $268 for the OC version. I ordered this like an hour before this post, never have I made a post so sorry about that.
I used to pay newegg tax when I lived in New Jersey. Never again! haha
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Why do all of these cards have multiple display ports instead of HDMI? Is display ports the way to go now?
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