GTX 1060 DirectX 12 ‘Ashes of the Singularity’ Benchmarks
Ashes of the Singularity was recently tested and compared on the GTX 1080 and a CrossFire setup of a pair of RX 480s. Now we have third party GTX 1060 DirectX 12 ‘Ashes of the Singularity’ benchmarks. These benchmarks have been conducted at 3 different resolutions, 1080, 1440p and 4K. All this at the highest preset and this is what you get out of the GTX 1060 DirectX 12 test.
These GTX 1060 DirectX 12 ‘Ashes of the Singularity’ benchmarks show that the RX 480 is a better GPU. Though I can not say that for all games. Let’s just say that in this case and for this game alone the performance you get with the RX 480 is simply better.
The GTX 1060 is coming out in less than a week now and everyone on the team green side of things is waiting for it. We will see what it has to offer when it comes out. You never know, it could be the new budget king that will take the RX 480’s place.
Nvidia Geforce GTX 1060 Official Specifications are as follows:
Graphics Core: GP106
Process Node: 16nm FinFET
CUDA Cores: 1280 CUDA Cores
Base Clock: 1506 MHz
Boost Clock: 1708 MHz
FP32 Compute: TBD
VRAM: 6 GB GDDR5
Bus Interface: 192-bit bus
Power Connector: Single 6-Pin Power
Display Outputs: 3x Display Port 1.4
1x HDMI 2.0b
Launch Date: 13th July 2016
Launch Price: ~$250 US
AMD and Nvidia are against each other here and the RX 480 Vs GTX 1060 clash is going to be a big one. We will soon find out who will come out on top and who will lose the fight. No matter what the turnout is, it is a great time to be entering the world of PC gaming.
GPUs are getting cheaper, they are performing better. What else could you ask for? Great job both of you, team red and green.