Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1060 G1 Gaming Graphics Card - 6GB
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Nicholas, South Africa. 11 November 2016
I'm very happy with this card - it plays "The Division" on ULTRA nicely as well as the latest Doom with everything on highest - just a few things I want to mention since it doesn't say it on the product information.
1. The card is long, longer than normal.
2. The card is powered by 8pins - so your power supply must have a 8pin connecter - you can get a molex to 8 pin convertor but everywhere online they say you must not do that - lucky for me, I had a HuntKey 700w power supply and it came with a 6pin connector which a 2pin connector which is used to make up the 8pin - if your power supply doesn't have a 8pin connector, consider upgrading because this graphics card eats power.
Jason, South Africa. 12 May 2017
Awesome card ... I love it
Gerhard, South Africa. 3 November 2016
I am very happy with my purchase.
Michael, South Africa. 25 October 2016
Great Card, has breathed new life into my games!
Stephen, South Africa. 16 November 2016
Great product, had to buy a bigger case to fit it so double check those dimensions but the card is great value for the price
Kevin, South Africa. 4 January 2017
Great value for money. Purchased this card about a week ago and its running excellent. I recommend having at least a 4th gen I5 with 8GB+ RAM to avoid any bottlenecks on newer generation games. This card is a beast. Also make sure you install the Gigabyte Xtreme Gaming application for simple overclocking profile management and LED configuration.
You can get this here: http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=6084#utility
This card is built for 1080p gaming at 60+ fps. If you have a 2k display, I'd recommend getting a GTX 1070 instead. As for 4k gaming, don't bother with anything less than a GTX 1080. Power consumption on either of the 10-series cards are less than its predecessors so don't worry too much about your PSU.
450W can handle this beast. As long as you have 1x 8pin power connector you are sorted.