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I got GTX 1050 in my secondary computer and just ran the cinebench to see what I get. I scored 86.9 FPS .

Before you pull a plug on your 1060, I would double check the hardware again. Make sure you have enough power feeding your system  having decent PSU with dedicated PCI-E powering your VGA. ( Super stupid question, but you did plug in the PCI-E power cable to your 1060 right?)  Refer to your motherboard manual and check to see if your VGA is in the fastest PCI-E slot. Check your Motherboard manufacture web and see if there is newer BIOS version that is better suited for newer Geforce family VGAs.

That is my 5 cents, hope you get it figured out. good luck 

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Good point actually, you do have the 8 pin power connector plugged into the card right ? (top left corner in the picture you sent us) This will be a black or black and yellow set of cables. Your old NVS 300 didn't need an extra power cable.

 

ie. one of these puppies.

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18 minutes ago, imashination said:

Good point actually, you do have the 8 pin power connector plugged into the card right ? (top left corner in the picture you sent us) This will be a black or black and yellow set of cables. Your old NVS 300 didn't need an extra power cable.

 

ie. one of these puppies.

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Yep power lead is in.

 

card shows up in task manager but with low performance graph

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Im no expert, but it looks like you're running it at pcie 1.1 instead of 3.0. Which would equate to lower bandwidth.

Check if there is a new bios or motherboard drivers available. If you go into device manager, are there any ! entries for unknown drivers?


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It's showing PCIe x 16 in 1.1 mode because it's in 2D desktop mode currently, no 3D activated, that's normal, as soon as 3D is activated PCIe x16 will switch to 3.0 (check this, run Heaven benchmark and monitor). Btw, strange that gpu-z is not detecting many things such as Computing, OpenCL, CUDA, GPU clock, Memory.... all that should be ticked and detected. Did you try to install older version of nvidia driver? Sometime latest drivers can cause new problems.

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@danijelk thanks does 2d/3D mode depend on vga use? As this screenshot was taken when cinema was open but viewed via windows Remote Desktop. Now I'm with the computer and a monitor. I'm reinstalling drivers and will post another screenshot when done.

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Also I checked the bios and the pci bus speed was set to auto. I have forced it to 8gb (gen 3) to see if it has an effect

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Run Heaven benchmark, open GPU-Z and see if PCIe x16 is switched to 3.0

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Np, btw, I have in the past GTX 1060 6Gb card, Zotac AMP! Edition (now 2 x Gigabyte GTX 1080 8Gb G1), and Redshift benchmark score was ~22 for 1060, and ~8 for 2xGTX 1080, for comparasion.

 

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