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3DMark Numbers Leak for the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060

Category: Video Cards
Posted: 11:10AM

NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 1060 might not be officially announced or anything, but that hasn't stopped the spread of news on it. Today we have a new piece of information and it concerns benchmarks. Rather the 3DMark performance results for the GTX 1060 have leaked out and man is this thing looking good. At the stock clocks, 1506MHz on the core with a 1708MHz boost clock, the GTX 1060 is faster than AMD's new RX 480. The RX 480 scored between 2600 and 2800 in 3DMark FireStrike Ultra, while the GTX 1060 reached 3014. In FireStrike Performance, the GTX 1060 hit 11225 and the RX 480 between 10500 and 10600. These are without official NVIDIA drivers, but even so, it's a good start for the card. Granted, these are synthetic benchmarks and in no way guarantee faster real world performance, but it's nice to see things nonetheless.

The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 is expected to be announced tomorrow, July 7, with reviews hopefully around the same time. It is expected to have 1280 CUDA cores and 80 TMUs on the GP106 core, with a pixel fill rate of 72.3GPixel/s and a texture fill rate of 159.6GPixel/s. We'll just have to see what it all means in other benchmarks and, of course, some actual gaming when the card hits.

Source: WCCFtech

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