NVIDIA Pascal Release, Price: GeForce GTX 1060 Cheaper, Faster, More Efficient; Coming to Mainstream Market This Week!

By , UniversityHerald Reporter

NVIDIA Pascal GeForce GTX 1060 will be the new GeForce 10 series cards launch this week. It is said to be different from previous generations that aimed for high-end users. This time, NVIDIA will likely to release Pascal GeForce GTX 1060 at Pascal event on July 7, with much lower price but more efficient. Here are the features!

NVIDIA Pascal GeForce: GTX 1060 benchmark

Looking at NVIDIA Pascal GeForce GTX 1060, there will be some impressive features with better performance. Aiming at the mainstream market, GTX 1060 offers a mid-end solution yet claimed to be the fastest. The Pascal GeForce GTX 1060 is said to arrive in two codenames, GP106-400 and GP106-300. If rumors are true, this will be the first time that the graphics card features GP106 GPU architecture.

Rumor has it that it will also have 1280 CUDA for its cores. Many sources believe that the configuration might be similar to the one you find in GP104, Benchlife reported. The overall performance of this graphics card will be better than 960M as it is the upgraded version.

NVIDIA Pascal GeForce GTX 1060 price

If the rumors of entering middle range are true, then Pascal based GeForce GTX 1060 will compete head to head against Radeon RX 480. Since the graphics card is meant for middle segment market, the price range could start from $249 to $299. This marks the first cheaper option released by NVIDIA since currently it is aiming for high end market.

NVIDIA Pascal GeForce release date: the countdown for GeFoce GTX 1060 launch begins!

The NVIDIA Pascal GeForce GTX 1060 will be available on July 13. The introduction is likely to take place on July 7 - where NVIDIA will host an exclusive event to celebrate Pascal launch especially for gamers who have inspired the architecture, NVIDIA official website confirmed. This will be the NVIDIA's mid-range graphic with compelling specs as well as price.

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