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chimera201

Wise Old Owl
NVIDIA Announces the GeForce GTX 1060 | techPowerU

NVIDIA today announced its third desktop consumer graphics card based on the "Pascal" architecture, the GeForce GTX 1060. NVIDIA aims to strike a price-performance sweetspot, by pricing this card aggressively at US $249 (MSRP), with its reference "Founders Edition" variant priced at $299. To make sure two of these cards at $500 don't cannibalize the $599-699 GTX 1080, NVIDIA didn't even give this card 2-way SLI support. Retail availability of the cards will commence from 19th July, 2016. NVIDIA claims that the GTX 1060 performs on-par with the GeForce GTX 980 from the previous generation.

The GeForce GTX 1060 is based on the new 16 nm "GP106" silicon, the company's third ASIC based on this architecture after GP100 and GP104. It features 1,280 CUDA cores spread across ten streaming multiprocessors, 80 TMUs, 48 ROPs, and a 192-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface, holding 6 GB of memory. The card draws power from a single 6-pin PCIe power connector, as the GPU's TDP is rated at just 120W. The core is clocked up to 1.70 GHz, and the memory at 8 Gbps, at which it belts out 192 GB/s of memory bandwidth. Display outputs include three DisplayPorts 1.4, one HDMI 2.0b, and a DVI.
 

sam_738844

Wise Old Owl
I predict 31k for Founders edition and 29-30k for custom models.

30K for 1060, 27K for RX 480, all cards on deck, its only performance now that will define sales in India. IF and ONLY IF GTX 1060 delivers the same or more performance as a GTX 980, then its a clear win for them, anything short or close to RX 480 for that matter would mean very tough competition.

EDIT.

I say fk both of them. ZOTAC 1070 AMP edition is available for 38,850, hell i will even sell my GTX 970 for 15K and EMI to get one of them bad boys, for almost twice the performance.
 

gagan_kumar

Wise Old Owl
30K for 1060, 27K for RX 480, all cards on deck, its only performance now that will define sales in India. IF and ONLY IF GTX 1060 delivers the same or more performance as a GTX 980, then its a clear win for them, anything short or close to RX 480 for that matter would mean very tough competition.

EDIT.

I say fk both of them. ZOTAC 1070 AMP edition is available for 38,850, hell i will even sell my GTX 970 for 15K and EMI to get one of them bad boys, for almost twice the performance.

This...
 

supergamer

supa supa
LoL at Nvidia's suggested pricing :laughing_NF:
It will never reach 23k even when it becomes EOL.
Just look at 750ti. Intel's onboard gfx are almost as fast as that now, and it still sells for 10.5k

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Hrishi

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What planet are you from?
Here on earth we don't have iris anywhere near 750ti.

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supergamer

supa supa
OMG am i on lawyersclubindia? Yeah cut me some slack.. Iris approaches 750's performance not TI's i know. But come dec'16 and KabyLake GPUs will match it even. Entry level dGPU market is getting absolutely destroyed by these... and APUs are far ahead already.

Point being 750ti is worthless product to buy right now and it's still not dropping in price..... yet it's selling for far higher than (usd cost + duties). If that's the case with a 2.5 year old GPU then don't expect to buy gtx1060 at close to 23k for a long long time... No one bothers with suggested MSRPs.
 

RON28

Cyborg Agent
OMG am i on lawyersclubindia? Yeah cut me some slack.. Iris approaches 750's performance not TI's i know. But come dec'16 and KabyLake GPUs will match it even. Entry level dGPU market is getting absolutely destroyed by these... and APUs are far ahead already.

Point being 750ti is worthless product to buy right now and it's still not dropping in price..... yet it's selling for far higher than (usd cost + duties). If that's the case with a 2.5 year old GPU then don't expect to buy gtx1060 at close to 23k for a long long time... No one bothers with suggested MSRPs.

see Im not judging you but please post the source of information you are giving. gtx 750 will get owned by iGPU sounds good but you have to post website links.
 
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