( 4.8 Average / 60 Ratings )
GTA V, witcher 3 ultra at 45-60fps. 0dba mode when im not using it. Underload reaches around 70 degree max.
I got the card with the latest BIOS revision which allows for semi-passive operation. The fan stops when the computer is idle and the temperature is low. I managed to push the card to 78°C by running Furmark and Prime95 together. The fan was spinning at 50% at around 1300 RPM and was very silent, while the GPU core boosted at 2012 MHz. As you already know from all the published reviews, the GTX 1060 is perfect for 1080p, which is my TVs max resolution. I'm very satisfied with this card, great value for money and the size is perfect for my HTPC case.
Performs just grand. I only do modest 1080p gaming at 144Hz (or close to it). My only complaint is that it is loud with only one small fan and the temps approach 80C when I play Witcher 3 and Fallout 4.
Brand new architecture, enthusiast level gaming, low temperatures, and quiet (sometimes off when not needed) cooling fan - all for a great price. EVGA is taking computer graphical performance to the next level.
Glad I didn't get the FTW 1070 that explodes. 5/5 doesn't explode and would buy again
Runs like a dream, all at pretty good temps!!!!
Got it for $210 from Jet. Handles everything at 1360x768 (regular TV/monitor), 1080p, and even a little at lower settings at 4K. Very happy with this card!
The star of my build. In H1Z1 at all high, I get an average of 90+ FPS. Absolute charm but does get quite loud under load. That being said, I don't think I've ever seen it break 80 degrees celcius. Absolutely amazing card if you want pretty pictures at the cost of a quiet PC.
looks amazing. overclocks itself faster than more expensive multiple fan models. extremely quiet. best for the money. doesn't take up the entire case so you can actually see the motherboard! 300-400 FPS on CS:GO ! Buy it!