- Introduction, Packaging, Specification and Closer Look
- Test Bench and Testing Methodology
- Futuremark Benchmark
- OpenGL Benchmarks
- Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor
- Rise of the Tomb Raider
- GPU Computation Benchmark
- Folding at Home and LuxMark OpenCL Benchmark
- Overclocking and LED Function Impressions
- Online Purchase Links
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Nvidia said that the GTX 1060 can overclock easily up to 2 GHz. This is a 292MHz bump over its stock base clock. While I was able to do this, it ended up displaying artifacts. I’ve decreased down to +130MHz over the base clock which seemed to be all good here. Once again, the purpose of doing overclocking in these reviews is not the purpose of getting highest possible overclocking. Not all chips are equal and it’s not necessary all cards get highest ASIC quality core (though the much higher factory-overclocked ones do get them). The purpose of such tests is to find out if there is a realistic bump in performance with some increase in base clocks.
Game Benchmarks- DX 12/OpenGL 4.5 Highest presets
While its average framerates isn’t showing a significant increase, the card does get the added ability to get higher maximum framerates. Such is the case with Hitman DX12 with its highest setting.