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Last Edited by TattyBear August 21, 2016 at 09:47 AM
UPDATE 8/21/2016 11:42AM ET - OUT OF STOCK

EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 GAMING, ACX 2.0 (Single Fan), 03G-P4-6160-KR, 3GB GDDR5, DX12 OSD Support (PXOC)

https://jet.com/product/EVGA-GeFo...1b19d1acd8

I bought a couple of these with the Triple 15% codes, and waived free returns.

NOTE THAT THIS IS THE 3GB VERSION OF THE 1060

Description

Model

Brand: EVGA
Model: 03G-P4-6160-KR

Interface

Interface: PCI Express 3.0

Chipset

Chipset Manufacturer: NVIDIA
GPU: GeForce GTX 1060
Core Clock: 1506 MHz
Boost Clock: 1708 MHz
CUDA Cores: 1152

Memory

Effective Memory Clock: 8008 MHz
Memory Size: 3GB
Memory Interface: 192-Bit
Memory Type: GDDR5

3D API

DirectX: DirectX 12
OpenGL: OpenGL 4.5

Ports

HDMI: 1 x HDMI 2.0b
Multi-Monitor Support: 4
DisplayPort: 3 x DisplayPort 1.4
DVI: 1 x Dual-Link DVI-D

Details

Max Resolution: 7680 x 4320
SLI Support: No
Virtual Reality Ready: Yes
Cooler: With Fan
Operating Systems Supported: Windows 10 32/64bit, Windows 8 32/64bit, Windows 7 32/64bit
System Requirements: 400W or greater power supply. PCI Express, PCI Express 2.0 or PCI Express 3.0 compliant motherboard with one graphics slot.
Power Connector: 6-Pin
Dual-Link DVI Supported: Yes
HDCP Ready: Yes

3GB 192-Bit GDDR5
Core Clock 1506 MHz
Boost Clock 1708 MHz
1 x Dual-Link DVI-D 1 x HDMI 2.0b 3 x DisplayPort 1.4
1152 CUDA Cores
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Thanks. Ordered one
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I can hardly find any reviews on this. I haven't kept up with the last couple of generations of cards, but what I have seen is that the 1060 is a good medium-high 1080p card. Is that true for this 3GB version?
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Quote from kfarris View Post :
I can hardly find any reviews on this. I haven't kept up with the last couple of generations of cards, but what I have seen is that the 1060 is a good medium-high 1080p card. Is that true for this 3GB version?
You can expect a 5-10% drop in performance from the 6gb, but still strong 1080p performance and value.
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Quote from r_koh View Post :
You can expect a 5-10% drop in performance from the 6gb, but still strong 1080p performance and value.
I am mostly going to be playing older games from my backlog, so it shouldn't be a big deal. When I did my new build I completely gave up PC gaming and have been using integrated for basic tasks.
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Quote from kfarris View Post :
I can hardly find any reviews on this. I haven't kept up with the last couple of generations of cards, but what I have seen is that the 1060 is a good medium-high 1080p card. Is that true for this 3GB version?
I'm a huge fan of the new AMD products. It's been demonstrated that with newer games AMD's performance will improve over time, Nvidia's will degrade.

However at this price if I had to pick a product right now I would get this one. If you could get a 480 or 470 for $199 or $179 I would go with that, but the fact is you can't. And it will still be probably 2 years before optimized DX12 games are the majority of the market. And it's not like this card will be a slouch especially at 1080p. My 270x can do most games at 1080p at very high settings 60fps, and this card is miles ahead of it.
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Quote from tracker2208 View Post :
I'm a huge fan of the new AMD products. It's been demonstrated that with newer games AMD's performance will improve over time, Nvidia's will degrade.

However at this price if I had to pick a product right now I would get this one. If you could get a 480 or 470 for $199 or $179 I would go with that, but the fact is you can't. And it will still be probably 2 years before optimized DX12 games are the majority of the market. And it's not like this card will be a slouch especially at 1080p. My 270x can do most games at 1080p at very high settings 60fps, and this card is miles ahead of it.
Source?
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Quote from tracker2208 View Post :
I'm a huge fan of the new AMD products. It's been demonstrated that with newer games AMD's performance will improve over time, Nvidia's will degrade.

However at this price if I had to pick a product right now I would get this one. If you could get a 480 or 470 for $199 or $179 I would go with that, but the fact is you can't. And it will still be probably 2 years before optimized DX12 games are the majority of the market. And it's not like this card will be a slouch especially at 1080p. My 270x can do most games at 1080p at very high settings 60fps, and this card is miles ahead of it.
amd is going to stay behind 1070 for a good while, 1060 may be a match but Amd takes more power
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#10
Mirrors Edge, Shadow of Mordor, GTA5, etc already utilize +3gb of memory, so you want 4 at minimum to future proof. Unless you're playing older games, and then I question why you'd even be looking at a 1060.

So, either grab a 470/480, or get the 1060 6gb model...that's my recommendationSmilie I was tempted too, but then I did a little poking around.
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Quote from lordchance View Post :
amd is going to stay behind 1070 for a good while, 1060 may be a match but Amd takes more power
RX4*0 series is perfectly power efficient. Currently I have 1060 6b and 2 RX470s and 1 RX480. I am impressed with AMD's current line. Nvidia is too expensive for the same performance.
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Quote from TheHamPimp View Post :
Mirrors Edge, Shadow of Mordor, GTA5, etc already utilize +3gb of memory, so you want 4 at minimum to future proof. Unless you're playing older games, and then I question why you'd even be looking at a 1060.

So, either grab a 470/480, or get the 1060 6gb model...that's my recommendationhttp://i.slickdeals.net/images/smilies/smile.gif I was tempted too, but then I did a little poking around.
Nvidia is such and ass to decrease the chips for cuda streamers. They keep the same name and decrease the ability of the card and try to trap naive customers. I would recommend a 1060 at $200 price point. RX470 at $180 and RX480 < $220.
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It's been demonstrated that with newer games AMD's performance will improve over time, Nvidia's will degrade.
Hardly in any meaningful way... Here's a balanced discussion on the topic:

https://www.reddit.com/r/nvidia/c...0_vs_1060/
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Quote from man003 View Post :
RX4*0 series is perfectly power efficient. Currently I have 1060 6b and 2 RX470s and 1 RX480. I am impressed with AMD's current line. Nvidia is too expensive for the same performance.
why do you have so many cards? reviews / benchmarks are plagued with inefficient AMD cards... that's a fact.
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#15
anyone know if they are going to make the 1000 series with an outward blowing fan? I have an x51 r2 and the case needs the fan to blow outward due to the tight fit :-( I saw the 1060 mini but it doesn't have the fan.
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