Gigabyte unveiled a brand new graphics card this week.

Called the Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1060 Xtreme, which features a total of 1,280 CUDA cores, offering factory-overclocked speeds of up to 1,645MHz core and 1,875MHz GPU Boost in the OC mode.

The new GPU also features 8,316MHz GDDR5-effective overclocked memory.

This is pretty good when compared to the reference card, which features speeds of 1506, 1709, and 8008 MHz respectively.

To top that off, the GPU also has a new-generation WindForce 2x Xtreme Gaming cooling solution, which is a 3-slot that features a twin stack aluminium fin heatsink and a pair of 100mm fans. You will also find RGB LED lighting on the GPU, with three DP 1.4, HDMI 2.0b and dual-link DVI outputs.

Gigabyte has yet to announce pricing or worldwide availability for the GPU, but we will let you know if they do.

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