MSI’s Geforce GTX 1060 Armor 6G OC is based on a GPU that boasts similar performance to that of its bigger brothers—the GTX 1070 and 1080—but it’s smaller in stature. Improving upon its popular predecessor, the GTX 960, this upgraded version blows it out of the water in both performance and size. Thanks to its innovative Pascal architecture—which has been in the making since 2012—this GPU delivers clocking speeds up to 1544 MHz (and even more with overclocking). It packs 7.2 billion transistors into a smaller fabrication process, which makes for a more powerful, more compact, and more energy efficient GPU.
Built to meet the demands of the the latest in gaming technology including virtual reality, multiple monitor setups, and ultra high-resolution optics, the GTX 1060 Armor 6G OC is equipped to handle any type of game with ease. With plug-and-play capability with the latest VR headsets and low latency performance, it gives gamers an immersive experience they can see, hear, and feel. Plus, with a sleek black and white aesthetic it will seamlessly fit into your existing setup.
To keep from overheating, it features two MSI TORX fans, which generate more heat dissipation to keep the graphics card cool during the most graphically demanding situations. ZERO FROZR technology stops the fans in low-load situations, so you can forget about the annoying hum of fan noise and focus on the action.
MSI Afterburner is a world-famous cross-vendor GPU overclocking tool. The interface gives you access to detailed information about your graphics card and allows for a wide range of tinkering and adjustments. Plus, download the MSI app for one-click performance profiles, full control over LED lighting, and access to the EyeRest tab to help keep you focused and rested.
Domestic orders will be shipped by Massdrop.
Estimated ship date is May 10, 2017 PT.
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