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EVGA GeForce GTX1060 SC 3gb £192.08 @ Ballicom
EVGA GeForce GTX1060 SC 3gb £192.08 @ Ballicom

EVGA GeForce GTX1060 SC 3gb £192.08 @ Ballicom

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Specification:
- GPU: GeForce® GTX 1060
- CUDA cores: 1152
- Video Memory: 3GB GDDR5
- Memory Bus: 192-bit
- Engine Clock Base: 1607 MHz
- Boost Clock: 1835 MHz
- Memory Clock: 8008 MHz
- PCI Express 3.0
- Display Outputs: 3 x DisplayPort 1.4, 1x HDMI 2.0b, 1x DL-DVI
- HDCP Support: Yes
- Multi Display Capability: Quad Display
- Recommended Power Supply: 350W
- Power Consumption: 110W
- Power Input: 1x 6-pin
- DirectX 12 API feature level 12_1
- OpenGL 4.5
- Vulkan API
- Slot Size: Dual Slot
- SLI: NO
- Supported OS Windows: 10 / 8 / 7 / Vista
- Warranty: 3yr

13 Comments

Product code matches 3gb card not the 6gb one
Edited by: "zulm" 4th Sep 2016

They've priced it up incorrectly - You'll get the 3gb card. Then you'll have to deal with the full horror of Ballicom international for a return.

Edited by: "ChowYunFat" 4th Sep 2016

Marekj

They've priced it up incorrectly - You'll get the 3gb card. Then you'll … They've priced it up incorrectly - You'll get the 3gb card. Then you'll have to deal with the full horror of Ballicom international for a return.



It may not be funny but some people will still not see any difference when delivered.

surely this needs expiring?

either the description needs to be changed or this should be expired. wrong model

Original Poster

Oh crap, described as sc version though.

Original Poster

BettySwollocks098

either the description needs to be changed or this should be expired. … either the description needs to be changed or this should be expired. wrong model


Edited to show 3GB version

Original Poster

Well its £199 at Scan and Overclockers, so its cheaper, just secretly hoping they admit a fault and send the 6GB version. I had been thinking of getting the GTX970 untill I saw these, They are newer and quicker and same price or cheaper and with the OC almost match the 6GB 1060 in 1080p. It will be a big jump from my now dead HD7850

Edited by: "garbageguy" 4th Sep 2016

garbageguy

Well its £199 at Scan and Overclockers, so its cheaper, just secretly … Well its £199 at Scan and Overclockers, so its cheaper, just secretly hoping they admit a fault and send the 6GB version. I had been thinking of getting the GTX970 untill I saw these, They are newer and quicker and same price or cheaper and with the OC almost match the 6GB 1060 in 1080p. It will be a big jump from my now dead HD7850



​Yeah true good luck buddy

I have ordered it. I have also taken screenshots of their listing in which it does clearly say 6GB, even if you go into the specs (basic and full) section and look there it says 6GB too. It also clearly says 6GB on my order receipt and paypal receipt so they really should be sending a 6GB card IMHO. The model number may relate to the 3GB variant but every other piece of their listing indicates it's 6GB and I think the onus should be more on the retailer than the consumer to check that minutiae like product codes and model numbers are correct.

I know the price is ok for the 3GB card but I will definitely push them to supply the 6GB version if I get a 3GB card, partly because that is what they described and hence what they should supply, irrespective of price, and also partly because my primary display is UHD so I need all the VRAM I can get. I know a higher powered card would be better for 4K but this is the most my budget permits...

Whilst I’m hoping they will make good on their promise and ship the 6GB card, I made sure to pay with paypal and enabled the google trusted shops protection so I have plenty of options in the event they supply the 3GB.

Edited by: "ST3123" 4th Sep 2016

Original Poster

They cancelled my order, im sure they cancelled yours, they say they will refund the money also.
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