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PCI Express 4.0
|Model||GV-N3060EAGLE OC-12GD (rev. 2.0)|
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series|
|GPU||GeForce RTX 3060|
|Core Clock||1807 MHz|
|Effective Memory Clock||15000 MHz|
|DirectX||DirectX 12 Ultimate|
|HDMI||2 x HDMI 2.1|
|DisplayPort||2 x DisplayPort 1.4a|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Thermal Design Power||170W|
|System Requirements||Recommended PSU: 550W|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||550W|
|Power Connector||1 x 8-Pin|
|Features||NVIDIA Ampere Streaming Multiprocessors|
2nd Generation RT Cores
3rd Generation Tensor Cores
Powered by GeForce RTX 3060
Integrated with 12GB GDDR6 192-bit memory interface
WINDFORCE 2X Cooling System with alternate spinning fans
100mm unique blade fans
RGB Fusion 2.0
Protection back plate
Limited Hash Rate version
|Max GPU Length||242 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||9.53" x 4.88"|
|Slot Width||Dual Slot|
|Package Contents||Accessories: Quick guide|
|Date First Available||June 09, 2021|
Pros: Actually in stock, no lottery or waiting list... I got it at slightly below MSRP! I have a Ryzen 5 5600X and a 144Hz 1080p monitor that I use for gaming and this card has just the right amount of oomph for my cost effective rig. I run it all stock, no overclocking and it's smooth as silk on high/ultra settings for every game I throw at it. Single 8pin plug, not a real power hog, fans are quiet, and has a cute lil light on the side...
Cons: None. I FINALLY have a complete computer at a reasonable cost.
Overall Review: IF you have a similar set up to mine and don't intend on 4k, multi-monitor gaming with Ray Tracing enabled, this is the card for you. I'm very pleased with my purchase and I highly recommend this card to others.
Pros: a GPU killer for 1080p relatively quiet, average temps can overclock pretty well
Cons: not great at 1440p (as suspected) price is way too high for this card
Overall Review: the RTX 3060 12gb is a great card for 1920x1080p on ultra settings, reaching up to high 90s, however if settings are set to high, it can reach up to even 100+ FPS. the problem, however, is that the price you would pay for this card does not equate to the performance it gives out. it is worth it if bought at MSRP or lower. if you can manage to buy the card at a little bit at MSRP, then sure, it can be worth it, but for $423 (the price I bought it at before I got the Ti variant), it is definitely not worth it. there are way better options for just a bit more money. the 3060ti, for example, is the price of this card with tax (when found on sale), and it is 20-30% better, and is a great intro card for 1440p. (RDR2 at high settings on the 3060ti, 1440p can maintain 60fps up to 80fps if settings are adjusted just a tiny bit). I got this card for $423 but managed to get the Ti variant for $395 at a 30% FPS boost, and that's when it's stock, not even overclocked.
Pros: Cool. Installed in MATX box and perfect
Overall Review: Recommend for games and streaming.
Pros: Fans are very quite even under full load with FurMark. My older 970 sounds like a jumbo jet compared to this card!
Cons: RGB Light bar on card is kind of small and not very programable but hey, that's NOT why I got the card.
Overall Review: Overall seems like a nice card, huge step up from my older 970.
Pros: The LED looks nice Its not large, will fit in smaller cases Only 1, 8-pin power.
Cons: the card is lightweight it uses higher fan speeds to compensate for a lighter weight heatsink
Overall Review: I'll be buying more of these, especially since they are dipping under $400
Pros: The GPU works well, delivers good performance for the price.
Cons: It creates a lot of noise and at the same time heats up to 80 degrees. It feels like there is an airplane jet turbine in the house and it will take off now.
Overall Review: Perhaps I could have come across a defective copy, but the impressions are already spoiled. So I can recommend this product if you are deaf. Otherwise, I would recommend looking for another solution.
Overall Review: Bought the 3060 Gigabyte Eagle OC card with a Gaming monitor combo deal. Nice card hence quiet, and love the minimal lighting effect. 12gigs of vram is nice and play 1440p games without issues provided you do the settings correctly. Overall a good card to get, if you can.
Overall Review: An old FX-8350 machine burned out a gpu fan on an old Radeon card, this got it up to date with current standards and does well on a 1080p output. Any more card would be wasted on the motherboard bottlenecks, any less wouldn't bring current graphics feature standards or 12gb of gpu ram for AI work.
Pros: Was the cheapest I could find at the time.
Overall Review: Would recommend.