But as the 580 already beats a 1060 in most benchmarks comparing a underclocked 1060 to an overclocked 580 is hardly apples to apples. But to quote a few benchmark figures for a 580 using Unigine Heaven for benchmarks: "1411 mhz at 1150mv (stock) scored 1783 using 160 watts, 1395 mhz at 1100mv scored 1769 using 135 watts, 1355 mhz at 1040mv scored 1736 using 120 watts, 1310 at 985mv scored 1684 using 105 watts." The net difference on undervolting is about 30w. So using your 15p/kWh (you should really move to a better tarrif) that's about 82p per month and 62p per month for me. But I think most gamers who game in excess of 180 hours a month won't give a rat's about the extra energy costs. They just want the best performance out of the card they have.
If you don't have a job and game all day every day.
No not £5 a year it's £5 MONTH.
Can't win the argument so bring up something irrelevant. Thanks for playing (y)
You clearly only come here 'looking' for a deal since you have never posted a single deal in 6 years. Awesome contribution to the community, keep up the good work, and enjoy your gimped 70w GTX 1060. ;) (highfive)