description has been updated fromNVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 to NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10
so is it a i5 or i7 description can't make its mind up
Clock speed is Irrelevant, cross generations. 4 gig Vram is fine for 1080p. More is a waste,as Ncrappier knows. (GPU BOSS is as much use as a chocolate fireguard in every use case in history). As I did actually look earlier, this machine was shipped with gtx 950 - gtx 1080 cards. The vendor here states GTX 980, so I would expect that is what you would get. (Not like its uncheckable) Plugging GPU BOSS is like asking your 10 yr old sister to set up your electronic engine management system turbo wastegate controls. To use your language; The 980 beats out the 1060 IN EVERY GAME, but some prat might think other numbers are important. GPU boss could help daft people make more chronic mistakes in the future, if they listen to newbs.
To end the 980 vs the 1060 debate, the 980 beats out the 1060 on most areas but the 1060 has more RAM and a higher clock speed: http://gpuboss.com/gpus/GeForce-GTX-980-vs-GeForce-GTX-1060 Not that it matters as this thread has pointed out this rig probably contains a 1050 :/ still, figured plugging GPUboss could help some people in future :)
Motherboard is actually made for the pc model ( G11CD-K-UK034T) by asus, if the rest of their off the shelf gaming boxes are to be gone by. This is backed up on the site with a support list of cpu's and gpu's available as options. Which is why it can get a bit fuzzy. (https://www.asus.com/Tower-PCs/G11CD/) obviously the next letters refer to orderable variants.