Gigabyte has announced the launch of its GeForce 1060 GTX top model, the 1060 GTX Xtreme Gaming (GV-N1060XTREME-6GD). Logically, this graph is based on the variant of 6GB of memory, with 1,280 CUDA Cores, and comes with a high factory overclock and a huge margin for the user raises much more.
The Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1060 Xtreme Gaming operates at 1645 MHz base and 1873 MHz GPU Boost mode (the graphical reference runs to 1506 and 1709 MHz respectively), while its 6 GB of memory running at 8316 MHz effective GDDR5 (the model reference works to 8008 MHz). Logically, the graph uses a custom cooling solution from Gigabyte, like previous versions of graphics Xtreme Gaming company.
This is the new generation of sink WindForce 2X Xtreme Gaming, consisting of two blocks of sheets symmetrical aluminum, each cooled by a fan of 100mm diameter, and attached to a copper base by heatpipes 8mm diameter. This base is nickel-plated and makes direct contact with the GPU, guaranteeing better heat transfer.
It notes that as in most modern graphics fans remain off when the graph is at rest to ensure maximum silence, but in this case Gigabyte has installed a button to turn them on manually when the user wants. There is also, of course, with software configurable RGB lighting so that the user can adapt the look of the chart at the inside of your PC.
To operate this Gigabyte GeForce 1060 GTX Xtreme Gaming, you need to connect a single PCI-Express 8-pin connector from the power supply. Your video outputs include three DisplayPort 1.4, one HDMI 2.0b and a DVI-DL. The manufacturer has not yet revealed the launch price.
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