In addition to this, the company states that the GTX 1660 uses the same Turing architecture technology found in the GTX 1660 Ti, claiming that it would support all sorts of bespoke Nvidia features such as Ansel, GameStream, GeForce Experience, Highlights, ShadowPlay, Adaptive Shading technology, and more.
Just like the GTX 1660 Ti, the new GTX 1660 is also equipped with TU116 GPU which is created to provide a balance between performance, power consumption, and cost. It also comes with 6GB of 8Gbps GDDR5 memory on a 192-bit memory interface. These new graphics cards follow on the heels of the recently announced GTX 1660 Ti, bringing even more competitive graphics card options for gamers. The GTX 1660 Ti's superiority is clearly demonstrated in the memory specifications.
The clock speed sees slight improvements, with base clock increased from 1500MHz on the 1660 Ti to 1530MHz and the boost clock increased from 1770MHz to 1785MHz.
Both cards have a TDP of 120W and can be powered from a single 8-pin connector. Priced at Rs. 21,500, the 1660 is all set to take over the mid-range market from the GTX 1060 and 1070 quite smoothly.
- Hexus.net - EVGA GeForce GTX 1660 XC Ultra Gaming: Turing for the mainstream gamer? In terms of performance, NVIDIA stated that the GTX 1660 is 30% and 15% faster than GTX 1060 3GB and GTX 1060 6GB respectively at 1080p resolution.
"So the deluge of rumours were true; a GeForce GTX 1660 has actually been launched".