Nvidia GTX 1660-Super graphics card rumored for October launch

GTX 1660
Nvidia's existing GTX 1660 graphics card

NVIDIA’s AI-based GeForce GTX cards, especially the GTX 1660 and GTX 1660 TI have proved to be good performers so far and now NVIDIA is supposedly going to launch a SUPER variant of the regular non-TI GTX 1660 series. 

Nvidia’s GTX 1660 Super graphics card appears more likely disclosure of three different models of the GPU which are supposedly coming from Asus.

In the latest rumor from Videocardz, which has claimed to have informed by sources at Asus that the GPU maker has (at least) three 1660 Super cards in the pipeline namely Dual Evo, Phoenix, and TUF3 model

Nvidia’s new GTX 1660 Super is expected to launch in October, according to the grapevine, so hardware and gaming enthusiasts wouldn’t have to wait too long to find out the reality behind its rumored launch.

The theory is that this Super variant will use the same GPU as the vanilla GTX 1660, and the upgrade will be made to its video memory. The new card will use 6GB of 14Gbps GDDR6 memory, compared to the same quantity of 8Gbps GDDR5 VRAM on the existing Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660.

The fact that the 1660 Super is a relatively minor hike in terms of performance compared to the vanilla, unnecessarily going to fit into the existing range instead of the improvised version.

There’s no doubt that October will be a major battlefield for both tech rivals, NVIDIA and AMD. Both will have their mainstream options out for the market and the ones offering aggressive pricing and power efficiency that is better performance per dollar and performance per watt will be able to mark the victory.

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