As the leaks suggested earlier, the GTX 1660ti GPU has finally been released to the general consumer. Coming in at a worldwide MSRP of only $279 is key for PC gaming enthusiasts on playing every video game title on premium settings. As far as performance is concerned, the GTX 1660ti has significantly improved in performance over the previous 960 and 1060 GPUs.
Based on the 12th generation Turin architecture, the GPU performs drastically better in terms of raw performance and efficiency than the outdated Pascal GPUs. Supporting concurrent floating point and integer operations, a unified cache architecture with three L1 cache, and turbocharged performance using modern shading technology the 1660ti provides 140%
The Turing architecture delivers 1.5 times instructions per clock thereby setting a new standard for modern-day GPUs. All this occurs with the GPU consuming only 120W of power thereby making it the best mid-ranger when it comes to power-performance ratios. As far as common multiplayer
With 1,536 CUDA cores, 6GB of the new GDDR6 memory running at 12Gbps and a boost clock of almost 1.8 GHz the 1660ti proves to be a valid and worthy upgrade for gamers. The manufacturer claims that almost two-thirds of all videogames run on GPUs the quality of a GTX 960 and the new GTX 1660ti while being cost-effective provides 3 times the power needed to run those games. As far as the experience is concerned, the 1660ti comes with all the fun Nvidia software and features for enthusiasts to toy around.
The GTX 1660ti starts retailing today in all the neat flavours which PC enthusiasts are aware of such as ASUS, Colorful, EVGA and many more for an MSRP of $279. Prices and variants vary on location and regions.