GIGABYTE GeForce® GTX 1060 Xtreme Gaming 6G Graphics Card Review

Conclusion and Verdict

The GIGABYTE GTX 1060 Xtreme Gaming 6G is a great graphics card. With a considerable performance boost over the previous generation’s GTX 960, the latest Pascal architecture along with many other technological and efficiency improvements, the GIGABYTE GTX 1060 Xtreme Gaming 6G is the graphics card is a force to be reckoned with.


The cooling is amazing and quiet, even during intense gameplay sessions. GIGABYTE’s design here is top-tier and everything you could ask for is present from best-in-class quality to shear performance. Also, you can have bragging rights at your next LAN event with the slick and customizable RBG lighting.

Catering to those who love to tinker, GIGABYTE has also designed their GTX 1060 Xtreme Gaming 6G with overclockers in mind!

The Gigabyte GTX 1060 Xtreme Gaming 6G graphics card can be found on Amazon as well as various other retailers for around $282.99 USD



  • Overclocked out of the Box
  • Best in the business cooling (efficient and quiet)
  • Fan off function in idle and low power modes
  • Customizable RGB Lighting
  • Price/Performance
  • Useful/User Friendly Software


  • Did not experience any!


Final Thoughts:

In conclusion, this graphics card is an excellent buy for any gamer that has all of the basic essentials that a hardcore gamer or entry-level enthusiast could ask for. If you are craving high-end performance without sacrificing warranty or stability, then the GIGABYTE GTX 1060 Xtreme Gaming 6G is the graphics card you are looking for. As such, this graphics card deserves our coveted Editor’s Choice award! Thanks and have a Funky Day!


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Tinkering with computers and other electronics since the days of the Apple IIe and the Intellivision as the Prodigal 80s child, Jeremy seeks to constantly expand his knowledge of the ever-changing and ever-enticing world of Consumer Electronics. He enjoys tinkering, overclocking, modding, and most of all gaming.