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$225 GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 1060 3GB 192-Bit GDDR5 for $219 + $5 S/H at Newegg & Newegg eBay store

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GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 1060
3GB 192-Bit GDDR5
Core Clock 1582 MHz in OC Mode
1556 MHz in Gaming Mode
Boost Clock 1797 MHz in OC Mode
1771 MHz in Gaming Mode
2 x Dual-link DVI-D 1 x HDMI 2.0b 1 x DisplayPort 1.4
PCI Express 3.0 x16

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Anyone think this is a good upgrade from a GTX 660 Ti?

I have a Core i5-4670K, dunno if that holds back these new cards.
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Anyone think this is a good upgrade from a GTX 660 Ti?

I have a Core i5-4670K, dunno if that holds back these new cards.
To be frank I think this is a low price at present. But now it is not a good time for purchasing a video card
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Finally 3GB versions of GTX 1060 stick to "in stock" status for longer than a few minutes. It feels like gamers now have a chance at them. 6GB versions still fly off the shelves rather fast. Now if only GTX 1070 could get back to $350 level....
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3GB No thanks. Got to have 6GB for me to pull the trigger on the deal.
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Can I use 350W power to support i7+1060?
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Yeah, I wouldn't personally recommend the 3GB VRAM version. I'd say get 6 or more personally, but I guess it depends on if you only plan on playing League of Legends or CS:GO for the next five years
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Yeah, I wouldn't personally recommend the 3GB VRAM version. I'd say get 6 or more personally, but I guess it depends on if you only plan on playing League of Legends or CS:GO for the next five years
Yeah, but you see this every generation, people buy the big memory version, and 3-4 years later when they need that much memory, their card is now slow.
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Yeah, but you see this every generation, people buy the big memory version, and 3-4 years later when they need that much memory, their card is now slow.
Fair point... I guess 2GB VRAM hasn't been cutting it for me, and PUBG uses maybe 3? I would rather have something that is a little bit above the cut, but I suppose 3GB VRAM could be sufficient for most. Admittedly, I currently have a GTX 680 - so it's 4yrs old now anyway (gfx card should be coming early this week)
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Need one for occulus rift that just got in yesterday. This 3gb version might choke for the rift Frown
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If you are running 1080p the 3GB is just fine, great HTPC card.. 6GB is useful for supersampling on older games.
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Correct me if I'm wrong but this card is not as good as the RX 580 that was on sale the other day?
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Fair point... I guess 2GB VRAM hasn't been cutting it for me, and PUBG uses maybe 3? I would rather have something that is a little bit above the cut, but I suppose 3GB VRAM could be sufficient for most. Admittedly, I currently have a GTX 680 - so it's 4yrs old now anyway (gfx card should be coming early this week)
I play PUBG on the EVGA Superclocked version of this card and it plays well at 1080p. I turn down a lot of settings though just so it's easier to spot people. That said, I paid like $175 for that card on Black Friday. Is this really a deal now?
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Is this really worth 225? Just get a 6GB version for ~250-270.
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Can I use 350W power to support i7+1060?
You need to specify which i7 and 1060. Google the exact models for both and look for the TDP. You never want to use 100% of the PSU unless it's a damnnn good one. But my guess is no, 350w is not sufficient for i7+1060+all other components (HDD, SSD, fans, CPU cooler)
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