EVGA and GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 1660 Graphics Cards Pictured

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Listed here are a number of the first photos of EVGA's and GIGABYTE's upcoming GeForce GTX 1660 graphics playing cards reportedly slated for launch later this week. It ought to come as no shock that these playing cards resemble the businesses' GTX 1660 Ti choices, since they're based mostly on the identical 12 nm "TU116" silicon, with fewer CUDA cores. The underlying PCBs may very well be barely totally different because the GTX 1660 makes use of older technology 8 Gbps GDDR5 memory as an alternative of 12 Gbps GDDR6. The "TU116" silicon is configured with 1,408 CUDA cores out of the 1,536 bodily current; the memory quantity is 6 GB, throughout a 192-bit extensive memory bus. The GTX 1660 baseline price is reportedly USD $219, and the cardboard replaces the GTX 1060 6 GB from NVIDIA's product stack.

EVGA is bringing two designs to the market, a short-length triple-slot card with a single fan; and a extra typical longer card with 2-slot, dual-fan design. The baseline "Black" card may very well be supplied within the shorter design; whereas the top-tier XC Extremely may very well be unique to the longer design. GIGABYTE, on the opposite hand, has two designs, a shorter-length dual-fan; and a longer-length triple-fan. Each fashions are dual-slot. The baseline SKU can be restricted to the shorter board design, whereas premium Gaming OC SKUs may come within the longer board design.


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