GeForce GTX 1060 Mini 6144MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card £239 + £10 delivery @Overclockers
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GeForce GTX 1060 Mini 6144MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card £239 + £10 delivery @Overclockers

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Found 5th Nov
Please note its the 6Gb version not the cheaper 3gb before voting.

Same performance as the full size cards, cheapest I could find in the UK. Great for small PC's or even full size ones. 4k games for me soon I hope! 5 yr Warranty!

  • ZT-P10600A-10L
  • Core Clock: 1506MHz
  • Boost Clock: 1708MHz
  • Memory: 6144MB 8008MHz GDDR5
  • Stream Processors: 1280
  • VR Ready
  • PhysX/CUDA Enabled
  • 5 Years Warranty.


Blurb:-
Product information: GEFORCE GTX 1060 MINI 6144MB GDDR5 PCI-EXPRESS GRAPHICS CARDThe GeForce GTX 1060 graphics card is loaded with innovative new gaming technologies that make it the perfect choice for the latest high-definition games. Powered by NVIDIA Pascal™, the most advanced GPU architecture ever created. The GeForce GTX 1060 delivers amazing, class-leading performance that opens the door to virtual reality and beyond.

The GeForce GTX 1060 just like 1070 and 1080 supports SMP, this gives the 1060 twice the VR performance of a GTX 970 in supporting titles, making the 1060 ideal for Virtual Reality and headsets such as HTC Vive and Oculus Rift taking gaming to a whole new dimension.

GeForce GTX 1060 is the upgrade many have being waiting for who are on older ATX power supplies with only 6-pin PCI-E connectors, due to the ultra low 120W TDP of the 1060 means you no longer need to upgrade your power supply to accomodate this hugely powerful GPU and as low as a 350W power supply is absolutely fine. So upgrade today and get a massive performance boost along with all the latest and innovative gaming technologies such as DirectX 12.


Features:
- VR Ready
- Simultaneous Multi-Projection
- NVIDIA® Ansel
- NVIDIA GameWorks™
- NVIDIA VR Works™
- Game Ready Drivers
- NVIDIA G-SYNC™
- NVIDIA GameStream™
- NVIDIA GPU Boost™ 3.0
- Microsoft® DirectX® 12
- Vulkan API
- Open GL 4.5 Support
- Display Connectors - DP 1.4, HDMI 2.0b, DL-DVI
- HDCP 2.2


Specification:
- GPU: GeForce® GTX 1060
- CUDA cores: 1280
- Video Memory: 6GB GDDR5
- Memory Bus: 192-bit
- Engine Clock Base: 1506 MHz
- Boost Clock: 1708 MHz
- Memory Clock: 8008 MHz
- PCI Express 3.0
- Display Outputs: 3x DisplayPort, 1x HDMI 2.0b, 1x DL-DVI
- HDCP Support: Yes
- Multi Display Capability: Quad Display
- Recommended Power Supply: 350W
- Power Consumption: 120W
- 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
- Dimensions: 111.15mm x 174mm x 35.2mm
- Warranty: 5yr

19 Comments

You won't be using many high setting for 4k with a 1060.

bogrole4 m ago

Really?? …Really?? https://www.gamespot.com/articles/nvidia-geforce-gtx-1060-review/1100-6441925/

Look at dem low frame rates though lol

bogrole8 m ago

Really?? …Really?? https://www.gamespot.com/articles/nvidia-geforce-gtx-1060-review/1100-6441925/


Erm.... Yeah really. All that review does is emphasise my point. It maxes out 1080p and most highs at 1440p . It's not a great 4k gaming card

I quote " While Nvidia isn’t marketing the GTX 1060 as a 4K capable card, I wanted to see how it would perform here at 2160p. While it can run some moderately taxing games at 4K with playable framerates, I wouldn’t recommend this card for 4K gaming."
Edited by: "TALON1973" 5th Nov

Original Poster

TALON197310 m ago

Erm.... Yeah really. All that review does is emphasise my point. It maxes …Erm.... Yeah really. All that review does is emphasise my point. It maxes out 1080p and most highs at 1440p . It's not a great 4k gaming cardI quote " While Nvidia isn’t marketing the GTX 1060 as a 4K capable card, I wanted to see how it would perform here at 2160p. While it can run some moderately taxing games at 4K with playable framerates, I wouldn’t recommend this card for 4K gaming."


Point taken, for my needs it will be ideal. You do have to agree though for the price, to even run some older or simpler stuff it's a bargain.

bogrole5 m ago

Point taken, for my needs it will be ideal. You do have to agree though …Point taken, for my needs it will be ideal. You do have to agree though for the price, to even run some older or simpler stuff it's a bargain.

Wouldn't necessarily call it a bargain but it is cheaper than usual.

bogrole9 m ago

Point taken, for my needs it will be ideal. You do have to agree though …Point taken, for my needs it will be ideal. You do have to agree though for the price, to even run some older or simpler stuff it's a bargain.


It's a nice card yes. But that's what's put me off coming back to PC gaming. I've got a pentium 6600 which is fine. But proper 4k is £600 for graphics. That's why I've gone Xbox one X. Optimized better for consoles.

I went for a 2nd hand gtx970 at £140 for my 1080p gaming a while back. Can't justify brand new card prices at the moment.
It suits me well for things like The Division and Wildlands.

Original Poster

TALON19734 m ago

It's a nice card yes. But that's what's put me off coming back to PC …It's a nice card yes. But that's what's put me off coming back to PC gaming. I've got a pentium 6600 which is fine. But proper 4k is £600 for graphics. That's why I've gone Xbox one X. Optimized better for consoles.


Guessing you mean a Q6600? Look at the difference in frame rates with something more modern!

bogrole8 m ago

Guessing you mean a Q6600? Look at the difference in frame rates with …Guessing you mean a Q6600? Look at the difference in frame rates with something more modern!


No it's an i5 6600... I'm that old I always think intels stuff is pentium lol

TALON19731 h, 17 m ago

It's a nice card yes. But that's what's put me off coming back to PC …It's a nice card yes. But that's what's put me off coming back to PC gaming. I've got a pentium 6600 which is fine. But proper 4k is £600 for graphics. That's why I've gone Xbox one X. Optimized better for consoles.


Optimized better is the absolute wrong thing to say.


More like consoles run with terrible FPS so therefore it just doesn't matter you mean.

ritchiedrama1 h, 4 m ago

Optimized better is the absolute wrong thing to say. More like consoles …Optimized better is the absolute wrong thing to say. More like consoles run with terrible FPS so therefore it just doesn't matter you mean.



That's disingenuous. Consoles certainly are more optimised to reach a level of performance that would not be possible on similarly specced computers running PC games. It's also true that the standards are lower when it comes to what is considered adequate on a console, and a lot of the "optimisations" involve substandard hacks and shortcuts like checkerboarding trickery when it comes to resolution.

runnybabbit3 m ago

That's disingenuous. Consoles certainly are more optimised to reach a …That's disingenuous. Consoles certainly are more optimised to reach a level of performance that would not be possible on similarly specced computers running PC games. It's also true that the standards are lower when it comes to what is considered adequate on a console, and a lot of the "optimisations" involve substandard hacks and shortcuts like checkerboarding trickery when it comes to resolution.


Consoles aim for what, 30fps? Some 60 is it now?

I can get that on almost every PC game with 6 year old hardware, and then remembering PC has higher graphical settings. Only a few recent titles would it struggle to get to 60, but would still be 30 or higher.

Consoles 4k will almost definitely all run at 30fps. I really can't see any games hitting 60fps 4k. Feel free to prove me wrong...

ritchiedrama3 h, 7 m ago

Consoles aim for what, 30fps? Some 60 is it now?I can get that on almost …Consoles aim for what, 30fps? Some 60 is it now?I can get that on almost every PC game with 6 year old hardware, and then remembering PC has higher graphical settings. Only a few recent titles would it struggle to get to 60, but would still be 30 or higher.


You won't be hitting 60 GPS @ 4k with a 6 year old graphics card.

TALON197330 m ago

You won't be hitting 60 GPS @ 4k with a 6 year old graphics card.



I wasn't referring to 4K for that part, I just meant for 1080P gaming Like an Xbox one was. And as I said, PC has higher graphical settings than a console anyways.

Good price, good card.

It won't do 4K/60FPS in modern games like, but turn some settings down and/or create a custom resolution and you get good image quality and performance with this thing.
For reference, the card is slightly better than the GPU in that new fangled Xbox One X. That can do "4K" so this card can too.

ritchiedrama5th Nov

Optimized better is the absolute wrong thing to say. More like consoles …Optimized better is the absolute wrong thing to say. More like consoles run with terrible FPS so therefore it just doesn't matter you mean.


Console games have to run across one or two SKUs with low level access to a specific configuration. By nature, they are better optimized as they can take advantage of specific tricks and hardware quirks they can rely on existing to get a 'guaranteed' performance across a range of machines.
PC games have to accomodate for a wide range of hardware, so they're often quite badly 'optimized' due to being blanket solutions run through a common API with a broad range of capabilities to account for.

TwoKF7th Nov

Console games have to run across one or two SKUs with low level access to …Console games have to run across one or two SKUs with low level access to a specific configuration. By nature, they are better optimized as they can take advantage of specific tricks and hardware quirks they can rely on existing to get a 'guaranteed' performance across a range of machines.PC games have to accomodate for a wide range of hardware, so they're often quite badly 'optimized' due to being blanket solutions run through a common API with a broad range of capabilities to account for.




"Quite often badly optimised", 10 years ago, sure. That's more of oddity in a couple releases a year now. Even old systems can run games well on PC. For instance, here's a lengthy video series of a budget PC with a CPU in it from 2009 and it still regularly outperforms console game counterparts.

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