We know that on Tuesday, 29th October 29, NVIDIA will launch GTX 1660 Super which supports memory upgrade up to 6GB GDDR6. GTX 1660 Super is tagged with a price tag of 229 US $.
Today, VideoCardz revealed the full specification of NVIDIA GTX 1660 Super on its website. It is reported that GTX 1660 Super will feature a 12-nm Turing TU116 core with 1408 CUDA cores, 88 TMUs, and 48 ROPs. The memory is upgraded to 6GB GDDR6, bit width is upgraded to 192 bit and the theoretical maximum bandwidth is upgraded to 336 GBps.
It should be noted that the previous model from NVIDIA, GTX 1660 Ti came with a maximum bandwidth of 288 GBps while the GTX 1660 came with a maximum bandwidth of 192 GBps. The card would be maintained a clocking of 1530 MHz base and 1785 MHz boost.
NVIDIA reported that the company will not launch a public version of the GTX 1660 Super and consumers will only be allowed to purchase it from NVIDIA partners exclusively. VideoCardz claims that the GTX 1660 Super has a TDP of 125W which is 5W higher than the GTX 1660.
As far as the selling price is concerned, the official price tag of $229 is $10 higher than the GTX 1660. According to domestic sources, the price of the GTX 1660 Super will be something between 1799 to 1899 Yuan.
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The upcoming GeForce GTX 16 series graphics card is based on the Turing GPU architecture. This architecture is used in GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER and in GeForce GTX 1650 SUPER by the company.
It should be noted that Turing architecture was released earlier this year as a series of products aimed towards budget and mainstream users who couldn’t get hands on the more expensive GeForce RTX cards.