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post #121 of 125 (permalink) Old 04-22-2019, 02:05 AM
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my guess:
190% 2060 ≈ 1070Ti ~ 1080
160% 1660Ti ≈ 1070
130% 1660 ≈ RX590
100% 1650 ≈ 1060 3GB


perfectly scaled ❤, now if only they're priced really well... meh.

still not a worthwhile upgrade from my 1070
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post #122 of 125 (permalink) Old 04-23-2019, 10:11 AM
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GTX 1660 launched.

https://www.techpowerup.com/254827/n...-gddr5-usd-150



Now please do tell me how something like this could ever be launched at that price point if it wasn't for the Nvidia mindshare of the PC market.

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GTX 1660 launched.

https://www.techpowerup.com/254827/n...-gddr5-usd-150

Spoiler!


Now please do tell me how something like this could ever be launched at that price point if it wasn't for the Nvidia mindshare of the PC market.

The card performs way under the RX 570, but nvidia is charging RX 580 prices. Lmao. On the other hand, its a barely minimum entry level gaming card with no power supply/very low tdp. I'll give Green some credit there.

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Today we were hoping to bring you a detailed GeForce GTX 1650 review but with Nvidia withholding the driver until the public release that wasn’t possible.
Hardware unboxed said on twitter. So we have the same problem as before, NVidia is trying to block card use by releasing compatible drivers with delay.

Well, RX 470 is faster card. (In fact, if Reviewers needed to hack drivers to make them work, NVidia is lucky they didn't gave card big fat 0/10, no compatible drivers situation caused the card to fail all tests.)

I kinda wonder why reviewers are not more aggressive. Complaining about driver situation pre-release, and reducing score for driver not available before card release, or not distributed with the card. NVidia behavior actually might violate protection of end user rights in some countries.
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GTX 1650 is worse than RX 570 undervolted.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jnvA9CXPICI

Couple that with the low amount of cards without a PCIE connector , 128-bit memory bus with GDDR5, and shoddy pricing and you have a basic failure

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In other news it looks like EVGA wisened up and produced the SC Gaming series for the GTX 1660 and GTX 1660 Ti with dual fan coolers (albeit smaller fans) in a dual slot configuration rather than triple slot single fan coolers. They also have backplates. Instead of 10.55 inches of the XC Ultra the new cards are 7.96 inches which is marginally longer than the 7.48inches of the older triple slot single fan base models. Unlike the ASUS Dual and MSI Ventus, the cooler spans nearly the whole length, it's not a copper slug with a Intel CPU cooler thing on it.


$280 GTX 1660 Ti SC Ultra https://www.evga.com/products/produc...06G-P4-1667-KR Length: 7.96in - 202.1mm
(amazon listing available since May 3: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07RJGK1PW)
$220 GTX 1660 SC Ultra Black https://www.evga.com/products/product.aspx?pn=06G-P4-1065-KR
$230 GTX 1660 SC Ultra https://www.evga.com/products/produc...06G-P4-1067-KR
(amazon listing available since May 3: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07RJGL33C/)


Judging by the back of the card it looks to be the same power delivery as the GTX 1660 (Ti) XC Ultra / base model without the overhang of the cooler.

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