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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER has been officially announced, releases on October 29th

NVIDIA has confirmed that a new variant for its GTX1660 GPUs, the GTX 1660 SUPER, will come out on October 29th. This new SUPER model will feature higher memory bandwidth thanks to its new GDDR6 memory. And… well… that’s it.

To be honest, I wasn’t planning to publish a new article about the GTX1660 SUPER. After all, this new GTX1660 is almost identical to the non-SUPER model. But then, and after receiving numerous emails from you, I said “Screw it, what the hell. Let’s publish it”.

The NVIDIA GeForce GTX1660 SUPER will have 1408 CUDA cores, with a base clock at 1530Mhz. The GPU will turbo-boost at 1785Mhz and will have 6GB of GDDR6 memory. The memory will be rated at 14 Gbps and will have a 336GB/sec maximum theoretical bandwidth.

As said, this new model for the GTX1660 will come out on October 29th. NVIDIA also revealed a $229 MSRP. Similarly to pretty much all GPUs, though, we expect to see some overclocked versions that will have a higher price.

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