You Can Get A GTX 1060 Video Card For Close To MSRP Right Now

What a time to buy a video card.

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Editor's note: At the time of this update, the MSI GeForce GTX 1060 OCV1 (6GB) is out of stock on Ebay and can no longer be purchased for the price listed in this article.

It says a lot about the state of video card prices when it's a big deal to see one in stock for around the normal suggested retail price. In this instance, the MSI GeForce GTX 1060 OCV1 (6GB) with a single-fan cooler is available on Ebay via Newegg for $320 USD. MSRP for the 6GB model of the GTX 1060 is $300, so a few extra bucks for an overclocked version doesn't seem so bad today.

MSI's OCV1 model sports 1280 CUDA cores, a core clock speed of 1544MHz, and a boost clock of 1759MHz. This version packs 6GB of GDDR5 VRAM and has an effective memory clock of 8008MHz. Potential buyers should note that this particular card has one HDMI 2.0 port, one port for DisplayPort 1.4, and a DVI-D port. It's recommended that you have at least a 400-watt power supply.

MSI GeForce GTX 1060 OCV1 (6GB)
MSI GeForce GTX 1060 OCV1 (6GB)

This MSI OCV1 GTX 1060 is more compact than typical models as it's only 7.4 inches long, although it's still a dual slot card due to the fan height. Again, if you're interested in getting one of these cards at a fairly decent price, this might be a good opportunity. In our review of the GTX 1060, the card was able to handle modern PC games with maximum graphics settings at 1080p quite well.

For more on why video cards are so expensive, check out our breakdown of how cryptocurrency mining is affecting the PC hardware market. Also, if you're looking into getting a new PC entirely, consider a few decently priced pre-build options. Want to know how wild cryptocurrency mining has gotten? Check out these video card six packs and PC racks that can hold up to 19 video cards at once.

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