Here’s a god news for all the gamers right there. NVIDIA  Pascal is launching its new graphic card GTX 1060 after launching GeForce GTX 960.

 The new  graphic card powered by NVIDIA  Pascal is one of the most advanced GPU architecture

It will give  brilliant performance compared to the previous model opening doors to virtual reality of present and the future .The GTX 1060 will be available in two  flavors. The first will be available with 3 gigabytes of GDDR5 video memory while the second one  with 6 gigabytes of GDDR5 video memory. In addition to these features it will also have  3x Display Port 1.4 ,1x HDMI 2.0b,1x DVI display connectors.


·         Up to 3x faster performance
·         All Latest gaming technologies
·         Next-Gen VR Experience
·         Smooth and cinematic experience
·         360 Degree image capture
·         Support DirectX Features.

The GeForce GTX 1060 takes advantage of Pascal and can  improve speed and power efficiency. With  brilliant gameplay with captivating sights and sounds ,it’s a whole new way to gaming. The GTX 1060 will compete at the same level  with AMD’s Radeon RX 480. The card is expected to have enough headroom for overclocking and is power efficient. The graphic card is aimed at value for conscious gamers.

After Pascal NVIDIA is  planning to move on to – ‘Voltas’ ,the next generation architecture. Though gaming – oriented Volta chips probably arrive in  2018.

This amazing  graphic card will be hitting the shells  from July 19,  2016.So, If you are a crazy gaming geek you can own this at an affordable price between $ 299 – $699   in the U.S and  Rs.22,999 in India.

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