Nvidia is launching its new GeForce GTX 1050 graphics card with 8GB of memory and a 256GB SSD.
The card features 8GB GDDR5 memory and runs at a speed of 8 Gbps.
It is designed for a minimum 16GB of GDDR5 RAM.
It also comes with a 256-GB SSD for use in 4K displays.
The 1060 has a TDP of 250W, which is roughly the same as the 980 Ti.
Nvidia is touting that the 1060 is designed to handle the latest gaming experiences at 1080p resolution.
It will cost $699.99 for the 10GB version, $799.99 with 8 GB, and $999.99 without 8GB.
There’s also a 256G version of the card, priced at $999, and a 512G version for $2,299.99.
The GTX 1050 is Nvidia’s first 4K graphics card to hit the market.
Its $700 price point is about 10% lower than the GTX 980 Ti, but it’s more expensive than Nvidia’s Titan X, which retails for $849.99 on its own.
This is the first time Nvidia has launched a 4K gaming card.
The 980 Ti and Titan X were both built to meet the demand of 4K-capable TVs.
The GeForce 1060 offers the first 4k graphics cards to feature the same amount of RAM, but has a higher price point.