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  • Gigabyte Geforce GTX 1060 G1 Gaming Gv-N1060G1GAMING-6Gd REV2 Graphics Cards Graphic Cards GV-N1060G1GAM-6GD R2
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  • Gigabyte Geforce GTX 1060 G1 Gaming Gv-N1060G1GAMING-6Gd REV2 Graphics Cards Graphic Cards GV-N1060G1GAM-6GD R2
  • Gigabyte Geforce GTX 1060 G1 Gaming Gv-N1060G1GAMING-6Gd REV2 Graphics Cards Graphic Cards GV-N1060G1GAM-6GD R2
Gigabyte Geforce GTX 1060 G1 Gaming Gv-N1060G1GAMING-6Gd REV2 Graphics Cards Graphic Cards GV-N1060G1GAM-6GD R2
Gigabyte Geforce GTX 1060 G1 Gaming Gv-N1060G1GAMING-6Gd REV2 Graphics Cards Graphic Cards GV-N1060G1GAM-6GD R2
Gigabyte Geforce GTX 1060 G1 Gaming Gv-N1060G1GAMING-6Gd REV2 Graphics Cards Graphic Cards GV-N1060G1GAM-6GD R2
Gigabyte Geforce GTX 1060 G1 Gaming Gv-N1060G1GAMING-6Gd REV2 Graphics Cards Graphic Cards GV-N1060G1GAM-6GD R2
Gigabyte Geforce GTX 1060 G1 Gaming Gv-N1060G1GAMING-6Gd REV2 Graphics Cards Graphic Cards GV-N1060G1GAM-6GD R2
Gigabyte Geforce GTX 1060 G1 Gaming Gv-N1060G1GAMING-6Gd REV2 Graphics Cards Graphic Cards GV-N1060G1GAM-6GD R2
Gigabyte Geforce GTX 1060 G1 Gaming Gv-N1060G1GAMING-6Gd REV2 Graphics Cards Graphic Cards GV-N1060G1GAM-6GD R2

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  • Power by GeForce GTX 1060
  • Integrated with 6GB GDDR5 192bit Memory
  • WINDFORCE 2x with Blade fan design
  • Support up to 8K Display @60Hz
  • 16.8M customizable color RGB lighting
  • Form Factor: ATX

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Very Satisfied! It works as expected! I have had this for 5 months now and I will say I can run most if not any game at Ultra 60fps at 1080p. The card is also very quiet even after hours of gaming and was easy to install/set up. Definitely worth my money. 5Amazing read if you need details Wow just majestic hahahahaha I upgraded from the gt 730 4gb gddr3 128bit all I can say is just wow blown away the card is extremely quietand when the fans are on you don t even noticed I maxed mine out and more quiet then the gt730 so that s an extreme plusthe size of the card is massive hahaha better have room I sure do in my thermaltake core X71 caseand do keep in mind minimal this card requires 400w or higher states on the box mine work perfectly 600w gold by thermaltakeSo now the rgb holy child programming it s so terrible it s just awfully made can t use wheel have to use pre made colors app on phones is even worse so I just keep mine on blue or one solid colorThe rest of the application is eh needs major improvement the card is perfect now they need to work on the application improve features looks ability s and soo on other then that application can be dealt with when used when OC for example this card is very powerfulInstalling was perfect even with the led to inform if something is wrong with the power amazingThe backplate Is metal and connects to the front faceThe heat sinks are very I interesting and noticeable slightlySymbols for gigabyte and fan stop are spot on and beautifulThe panel where the hdmi and display ports are it s actually a dark grayish color not pure silver hahahaI will post videos tomorrow!!!!!One update and I was ready to game list below is what I ve played on max settings so far will keep updatingFortnite on epicSubnatica on maxedThe forest on maxRoE on maxGta 5 on highThe hunter call of the wild maxedBattlefield VUpdate 1-12-2019Application has been updated and now I can choose what ever color I wantthe overclock part is still wow not worth it I uninstalled gigabytes overclock saved the rgb fusion 2.0 and downloaded msi after burnerI will say however check your thermal pads and paste my pads where dry a little bit so I changed them and the paste was dry tooBut amazing card this thing can handle any game you can through at it 507 ghz so thats actually pretty good. I run my card at 60% power ... As someone else stated it is true. you can not overclock this too hard. I can only get memory to +600 and have it be stable, after that instability sets it. As for core I find it hard to go over +100 in most cases. But +100 gets me to 2.07 ghz so thats actually pretty good. I run my card at 60% power limit and have no issues running any game at 1080p. I have not tried 4k or 1440p but I am sure it will perform ok, the 3gb is probably a limiting factor. Also for those who don't know the 3gb versions of the 1060 have 1152 cuda cores vs 1280 you get from the 6gb version. Because of this it has a little less performance. On a side note the card runs very cool, it is also massive. I also have a gigabyte 1060 windforce card which is significantly smaller than this card. This card also uses an 8pin power connector instead of the 6pin. For what it is and the price point it is a very good card. If you are just wanting to do 1080p gaming its hard to pass this card up. It is probably the best bang for buck of any gtx 1060 3gb card out. Also is very power efficient. I have seen a delta of about 85W on full load. Overall great card. Also, when I use afterbuner i notice that setting power limit to 60% actually results in a limit of about 68, to hit the 60% limit mark you need to set it to 50% in afterburner. You also don't loose much performance when you do that. So cheers. 5Excellent card for 1080p Excellent card for 1080p; In battlefield 1 on the most loaded map 68-70 FPS in ultra, in The Witcher 3 about 70-78 fps without the option of hair, in DOOM All options in ulltra 90-130 fpsA very good performance for the price 5Best graphics card on the market for 1080p! This review is for the Gigabyte Geoforce GTX 1060, Boost Clock 1847MHz, with 6GB of ram. Before buying this I did some serious research and found that (for gaming in 1080p) this is the best card for the money. I was able to overclock it to 2100-2150MHz (2200MHz is highest overclock any of the 1060/1070/1080's can go based on the Pascal architecture) with no problem. That is a +150 MHz offset. In fact right out the box it was already over clocking to the high 2000's. I also was able to over clock the memory to a +800 MHz offset! I used EVGA Precision for over clocking.I have yet to play any AAA game from 2018 that wasn't able to run at full ultra settings and 60 fps with this card. Additionally because it has 2 fans the noise is very low. Each fan can run slower since there is double the air flow. Even at 60c the fans are below 1000rpm. The card also has a built in fan stop that keeps the fans off unless needed, keeping the card completely silent when not gaming (and virtually quiet when gaming).The LED lights on the side can be changed to any color, turned off or utilize effects (like blinking, breathing, color change, etc.). Additionally the card has a metal back plate which not only makes it look more premium but adds to the cooling of the card by dispersing more heat.Additional Note: Go for the 6 GB option NOT the 3 GB. Most games require either 2GB or 4GB minimum to play. 3GB will often not be enough for most games while 6GB is always more then enough and gives some future proofing.The only down sides to card are:- It's rather large so make sure you have room in your PC for it. Any mid-sized tower would be fine but a compact one (or strange fan/water tubing placement) might be an issue- The Gigabyte GPU software is junk. Besides letting me change the LED colors all of the overclocking options and fan controls were difficult to adjust and often caused the card to crash (any after market software like MSI after burner or EVGA Precision will owrk fine with this).- For anything over 1080p (1440p or 4k) you'll only get around 30-45 fps at ultra settings. This card is directed towards 1080p players. If you plan to play at a higher resolution then 1080p opt for a GTX 1070 or 1080 instead.TL:DRFor people playing in 1080p this is by far the best graphics card you can get for the money. 5Fast card, nice cooler, But 8Gbps not 9Gbps. Ordinarily this would be one of the most expensive GTX 1060 GPUs on the market, but the GPU market is sort of erratic due to the increase of cryptocurrency mining. This has lead to a massive GPU shortage, and as a result this is one of the least expensive GTX 1060s in stock.The GPU performs well and stays relatively cool. At full load with Furmark, my card maxes out at 69 degrees Celsius. My PC case has five 120mm fans in use to keep air flowing, but it is also closed off inside of a compartment of my desk that constricts airflow.So far, this GPU has run every game at 1080p with max settings easily. In Fallout 4, I maxed all settings and the GPU hit 80% usage at its highest. I also tried Tomb Raider (2012), Fable III, and Shogun II: Total War. All ran perfectly with maxed settings.It should be noted there is an error on the product description. The GPU's 6GB of RAM operates at 8Gbps, not 9Gbps. There are two versions of this card that are essentially the same. This model is Rev. 2, and it is has 8Gbps memory from Micron. The Rev. 1 model is the one with 9Gbps memory. The performance difference isn't huge between the two, but make sure you know which one you are buying. I kicked one star off for that, because I thought I was getting the 9Gbps model. I'm pleased enough with the card not to want to return it though.Also, it is worth noting that this GPU comes with no accessories at all. You get a GPU, a single sheet of paper with instructions on how to put the GPU in your PC, and a driver CD. You don't get any cables, PCI-E adapters or cable adapters. This is somewhat unusual. These items are inexpensive, so it isn't a serious issue, but kind of cheap of Gigabyte not to put any. 4Hi Price But Good Performance I have been looking at GPU's for a while and finally decided on the Nvidia 1060 series due to its performance vs price ration. The 1050 is a great card but the performance difference is huge while the price difference was moderate. The 1070 is an excellent card but it would end up costing more than my entire computer. Most of the Nvdia 1060 GPUs are roughly the same regardless of the maker. The main difference is the fans/cooling, the appearance, and the ports. This gigabyte offers dual fans that supposedly offer more cooling due to the fan design. I am not sure if its true but the temps have been fairly consistent and the fan is very quiet. Keep in mind that with minimal to moderate use the fans do not come on at all (unlike GPUs of the past) once you reach a certain degree of use the fans will ramp up as needed. Also worth noting is that this generation of Nvida cards have "auto overclocking" which means they can adjust their frequency depending on how you are using it. This has worked out very well so far with the card humming with light apps at less than 400mhz and then going to full clock with heavy games. The temperatures are reasonable (about 66 degrees at full load) and the performance has been spotless with my Core i5 setup.The only real downside to this is that it comes with no accessories. Back in the day I recall GPUs coming with connectors adapters to allow you to use different types of monitors. This GPU has 1 HDMI, 1 DVI, and 3 display Ports. I would have much rather had more HDMI or DVI output or this could have come with adapters to allow you to switch but unfortunately I had to purchase the adapters myself.As long as you are ok with the ports then you won't be disappointed with the card. 5Great bang for your buck, definitely recommend. For the: Gigabyte Geforce GTX 1060 6GB G1 Gaming Boost Clock 1847 MHzI stressed a lot about which GPU to get for my recent build, after 3 months I am very pleased with the performance of this one. I get a stable 60fps on very high or ultra settings on everything I've played so far except the Witcher 3 on ultra dips down to 54 off and on but stays right at 60 on high, and that is limited by my 60hz monitor and capped by v-sync.The hottest it's gotten is 65c after about 8 hours of gaming.Hardly makes any noise at all, even under load. Unless you have your side panel off and your ear next to it you won't hear it.In my opinion if you are running things at 1080p on a 60hz monitor, this is the nicest card I would buy. If I had had another 800 dollars to toss away on top of the 1600 I spent on my build I would have upped the GPU to a GTX 1080ti and bought 144hz monitor.As a daily but casual gamer who largely enjoys games for being a visual spectacle, I am happy with this card. So far I have played Dying Light, The Evil Within 2, Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, Dishonored 2, and am just starting the Witcher 3 and they all run buttery smooth. I'm sure side by side with a top tier build you would see a substantial gain, but you get what you pay for, and this is a good bang for your buck.Highly recommend.NOTE: Here are a few in-game screen shots which are actually a bit blurry for some reason. The games all look crystal clear while playing. 5A great update to my system for video production and Photoshop. Got this card yesterday to replace an older Asus HD7770 2gig card. Started using DaVinci Resolve and Hitfilm Pro. Those apps demand quite a bit from a video card. No issues installing or configuring the card. The video editors run smoothly, Photoshop is happy, and the fans are whisper quiet. This card has a plate on the top which is nice; some cards lack those lately. I'm not a gamer, so I can only confirm that the graphics intensive applications that I use work great with this card. 5Review for the 6gb OC 1060. I bought this graphics card to replace my gtx 750 ti. The primary reason being the amount of vram (gddr5). This 1060 has 6gb of vram, which, as graphical needs increase over time, should last for a good few years. I use this card for about 8 or 9 hours a day, and i use it for gaming and game development in unity. The card works as expected and has no issues running games such as fortnite at 120 fps high settings. you can run ultra as well but you're going to want to cap the frames to 60 fps as to reduce frame drops. Unity runs very well, and is far better at building scenes and generating lighting(which was the biggest problem i had with my 750 ti).pros -6 gigabytes of vram.2 DVI ports to support dual monitors(i tested to ensure this works on windows 10, it does)Dual fans for better cooling. if you buy a 1060 i really recommend buying one with dual fans. it'll last much longer if cooled more adequately. i was worried mine would have cooling problems as i have a small case in a room thats usually about 74 to 75 degrees fahrenheit. but interestingly it only reached 107 fahrenheit under load. which for a gpu is not bad.cons - none really ;)pretty standard situation here. its a great card of course but it wont function as well as cards higher in the price range, which is to be expected.but for 300 USD this will do everything. i have not tested this against its amd counter part the rx 580/480 or with VR. Though its supposed to support it.It all comes down to what you need in a graphics card. This card can handle just about everything and is a great all around gpu.Like i said its a great card i have had it for a week now and have had no problems so far. I also own a 1060 3gb in my other system, its almost equally as good as the 6gb card but will most likely be hindered by its 3gb of vram in the near future, so I highly recommend this gpu. 5
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Very Satisfied! It works as expected! I have had this for 5 months now and I will say I can run most if not any game at Ultra 60fps at 1080p. The card is also very quiet even after hours of gaming and was easy to install/set up. Definitely worth my money. 5Amazing read if you need details Wow just majestic hahahahaha I upgraded from the gt 730 4gb gddr3 128bit all I can say is just wow blown away the card is extremely quietand when the fans are on you don t even noticed I maxed mine out and more quiet then the gt730 so that s an extreme plusthe size of the card is massive hahaha better have room I sure do in my thermaltake core X71 caseand do keep in mind minimal this card requires 400w or higher states on the box mine work perfectly 600w gold by thermaltakeSo now the rgb holy child programming it s so terrible it s just awfully made can t use wheel have to use pre made colors app on phones is even worse so I just keep mine on blue or one solid colorThe rest of the application is eh needs major improvement the card is perfect now they need to work on the application improve features looks ability s and soo on other then that application can be dealt with when used when OC for example this card is very powerfulInstalling was perfect even with the led to inform if something is wrong with the power amazingThe backplate Is metal and connects to the front faceThe heat sinks are very I interesting and noticeable slightlySymbols for gigabyte and fan stop are spot on and beautifulThe panel where the hdmi and display ports are it s actually a dark grayish color not pure silver hahahaI will post videos tomorrow!!!!!One update and I was ready to game list below is what I ve played on max settings so far will keep updatingFortnite on epicSubnatica on maxedThe forest on maxRoE on maxGta 5 on highThe hunter call of the wild maxedBattlefield VUpdate 1-12-2019Application has been updated and now I can choose what ever color I wantthe overclock part is still wow not worth it I uninstalled gigabytes overclock saved the rgb fusion 2.0 and downloaded msi after burnerI will say however check your thermal pads and paste my pads where dry a little bit so I changed them and the paste was dry tooBut amazing card this thing can handle any game you can through at it 507 ghz so thats actually pretty good. I run my card at 60% power ... As someone else stated it is true. you can not overclock this too hard. I can only get memory to +600 and have it be stable, after that instability sets it. As for core I find it hard to go over +100 in most cases. But +100 gets me to 2.07 ghz so thats actually pretty good. I run my card at 60% power limit and have no issues running any game at 1080p. I have not tried 4k or 1440p but I am sure it will perform ok, the 3gb is probably a limiting factor. Also for those who don't know the 3gb versions of the 1060 have 1152 cuda cores vs 1280 you get from the 6gb version. Because of this it has a little less performance. On a side note the card runs very cool, it is also massive. I also have a gigabyte 1060 windforce card which is significantly smaller than this card. This card also uses an 8pin power connector instead of the 6pin. For what it is and the price point it is a very good card. If you are just wanting to do 1080p gaming its hard to pass this card up. It is probably the best bang for buck of any gtx 1060 3gb card out. Also is very power efficient. I have seen a delta of about 85W on full load. Overall great card. Also, when I use afterbuner i notice that setting power limit to 60% actually results in a limit of about 68, to hit the 60% limit mark you need to set it to 50% in afterburner. You also don't loose much performance when you do that. So cheers. 5Excellent card for 1080p Excellent card for 1080p; In battlefield 1 on the most loaded map 68-70 FPS in ultra, in The Witcher 3 about 70-78 fps without the option of hair, in DOOM All options in ulltra 90-130 fpsA very good performance for the price 5Best graphics card on the market for 1080p! This review is for the Gigabyte Geoforce GTX 1060, Boost Clock 1847MHz, with 6GB of ram. Before buying this I did some serious research and found that (for gaming in 1080p) this is the best card for the money. I was able to overclock it to 2100-2150MHz (2200MHz is highest overclock any of the 1060/1070/1080's can go based on the Pascal architecture) with no problem. That is a +150 MHz offset. In fact right out the box it was already over clocking to the high 2000's. I also was able to over clock the memory to a +800 MHz offset! I used EVGA Precision for over clocking.I have yet to play any AAA game from 2018 that wasn't able to run at full ultra settings and 60 fps with this card. Additionally because it has 2 fans the noise is very low. Each fan can run slower since there is double the air flow. Even at 60c the fans are below 1000rpm. The card also has a built in fan stop that keeps the fans off unless needed, keeping the card completely silent when not gaming (and virtually quiet when gaming).The LED lights on the side can be changed to any color, turned off or utilize effects (like blinking, breathing, color change, etc.). Additionally the card has a metal back plate which not only makes it look more premium but adds to the cooling of the card by dispersing more heat.Additional Note: Go for the 6 GB option NOT the 3 GB. Most games require either 2GB or 4GB minimum to play. 3GB will often not be enough for most games while 6GB is always more then enough and gives some future proofing.The only down sides to card are:- It's rather large so make sure you have room in your PC for it. Any mid-sized tower would be fine but a compact one (or strange fan/water tubing placement) might be an issue- The Gigabyte GPU software is junk. Besides letting me change the LED colors all of the overclocking options and fan controls were difficult to adjust and often caused the card to crash (any after market software like MSI after burner or EVGA Precision will owrk fine with this).- For anything over 1080p (1440p or 4k) you'll only get around 30-45 fps at ultra settings. This card is directed towards 1080p players. If you plan to play at a higher resolution then 1080p opt for a GTX 1070 or 1080 instead.TL:DRFor people playing in 1080p this is by far the best graphics card you can get for the money. 5Fast card, nice cooler, But 8Gbps not 9Gbps. Ordinarily this would be one of the most expensive GTX 1060 GPUs on the market, but the GPU market is sort of erratic due to the increase of cryptocurrency mining. This has lead to a massive GPU shortage, and as a result this is one of the least expensive GTX 1060s in stock.The GPU performs well and stays relatively cool. At full load with Furmark, my card maxes out at 69 degrees Celsius. My PC case has five 120mm fans in use to keep air flowing, but it is also closed off inside of a compartment of my desk that constricts airflow.So far, this GPU has run every game at 1080p with max settings easily. In Fallout 4, I maxed all settings and the GPU hit 80% usage at its highest. I also tried Tomb Raider (2012), Fable III, and Shogun II: Total War. All ran perfectly with maxed settings.It should be noted there is an error on the product description. The GPU's 6GB of RAM operates at 8Gbps, not 9Gbps. There are two versions of this card that are essentially the same. This model is Rev. 2, and it is has 8Gbps memory from Micron. The Rev. 1 model is the one with 9Gbps memory. The performance difference isn't huge between the two, but make sure you know which one you are buying. I kicked one star off for that, because I thought I was getting the 9Gbps model. I'm pleased enough with the card not to want to return it though.Also, it is worth noting that this GPU comes with no accessories at all. You get a GPU, a single sheet of paper with instructions on how to put the GPU in your PC, and a driver CD. You don't get any cables, PCI-E adapters or cable adapters. This is somewhat unusual. These items are inexpensive, so it isn't a serious issue, but kind of cheap of Gigabyte not to put any. 4Hi Price But Good Performance I have been looking at GPU's for a while and finally decided on the Nvidia 1060 series due to its performance vs price ration. The 1050 is a great card but the performance difference is huge while the price difference was moderate. The 1070 is an excellent card but it would end up costing more than my entire computer. Most of the Nvdia 1060 GPUs are roughly the same regardless of the maker. The main difference is the fans/cooling, the appearance, and the ports. This gigabyte offers dual fans that supposedly offer more cooling due to the fan design. I am not sure if its true but the temps have been fairly consistent and the fan is very quiet. Keep in mind that with minimal to moderate use the fans do not come on at all (unlike GPUs of the past) once you reach a certain degree of use the fans will ramp up as needed. Also worth noting is that this generation of Nvida cards have "auto overclocking" which means they can adjust their frequency depending on how you are using it. This has worked out very well so far with the card humming with light apps at less than 400mhz and then going to full clock with heavy games. The temperatures are reasonable (about 66 degrees at full load) and the performance has been spotless with my Core i5 setup.The only real downside to this is that it comes with no accessories. Back in the day I recall GPUs coming with connectors adapters to allow you to use different types of monitors. This GPU has 1 HDMI, 1 DVI, and 3 display Ports. I would have much rather had more HDMI or DVI output or this could have come with adapters to allow you to switch but unfortunately I had to purchase the adapters myself.As long as you are ok with the ports then you won't be disappointed with the card. 5Great bang for your buck, definitely recommend. For the: Gigabyte Geforce GTX 1060 6GB G1 Gaming Boost Clock 1847 MHzI stressed a lot about which GPU to get for my recent build, after 3 months I am very pleased with the performance of this one. I get a stable 60fps on very high or ultra settings on everything I've played so far except the Witcher 3 on ultra dips down to 54 off and on but stays right at 60 on high, and that is limited by my 60hz monitor and capped by v-sync.The hottest it's gotten is 65c after about 8 hours of gaming.Hardly makes any noise at all, even under load. Unless you have your side panel off and your ear next to it you won't hear it.In my opinion if you are running things at 1080p on a 60hz monitor, this is the nicest card I would buy. If I had had another 800 dollars to toss away on top of the 1600 I spent on my build I would have upped the GPU to a GTX 1080ti and bought 144hz monitor.As a daily but casual gamer who largely enjoys games for being a visual spectacle, I am happy with this card. So far I have played Dying Light, The Evil Within 2, Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, Dishonored 2, and am just starting the Witcher 3 and they all run buttery smooth. I'm sure side by side with a top tier build you would see a substantial gain, but you get what you pay for, and this is a good bang for your buck.Highly recommend.NOTE: Here are a few in-game screen shots which are actually a bit blurry for some reason. The games all look crystal clear while playing. 5A great update to my system for video production and Photoshop. Got this card yesterday to replace an older Asus HD7770 2gig card. Started using DaVinci Resolve and Hitfilm Pro. Those apps demand quite a bit from a video card. No issues installing or configuring the card. The video editors run smoothly, Photoshop is happy, and the fans are whisper quiet. This card has a plate on the top which is nice; some cards lack those lately. I'm not a gamer, so I can only confirm that the graphics intensive applications that I use work great with this card. 5Review for the 6gb OC 1060. I bought this graphics card to replace my gtx 750 ti. The primary reason being the amount of vram (gddr5). This 1060 has 6gb of vram, which, as graphical needs increase over time, should last for a good few years. I use this card for about 8 or 9 hours a day, and i use it for gaming and game development in unity. The card works as expected and has no issues running games such as fortnite at 120 fps high settings. you can run ultra as well but you're going to want to cap the frames to 60 fps as to reduce frame drops. Unity runs very well, and is far better at building scenes and generating lighting(which was the biggest problem i had with my 750 ti).pros -6 gigabytes of vram.2 DVI ports to support dual monitors(i tested to ensure this works on windows 10, it does)Dual fans for better cooling. if you buy a 1060 i really recommend buying one with dual fans. it'll last much longer if cooled more adequately. i was worried mine would have cooling problems as i have a small case in a room thats usually about 74 to 75 degrees fahrenheit. but interestingly it only reached 107 fahrenheit under load. which for a gpu is not bad.cons - none really ;)pretty standard situation here. its a great card of course but it wont function as well as cards higher in the price range, which is to be expected.but for 300 USD this will do everything. i have not tested this against its amd counter part the rx 580/480 or with VR. Though its supposed to support it.It all comes down to what you need in a graphics card. This card can handle just about everything and is a great all around gpu.Like i said its a great card i have had it for a week now and have had no problems so far. I also own a 1060 3gb in my other system, its almost equally as good as the 6gb card but will most likely be hindered by its 3gb of vram in the near future, so I highly recommend this gpu. 5
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