NVIDIA GTX 1660 Super Unvealed By Zotac - Mistake or Marketing?
A NVIDIA GTX 1660 Super has been unveiled unintentionally by Zotac. Zotac leaked a few pictures on the internet that seem to be the long awaited GTX 1660 Super graphics card.
Everyone is waiting for NVIDIA to launch the new GTX 1660 Super with a boost frequency of 1785Mhz, which is bigger than the actual GTX 1660 Ti. It is also expected that the GTX 1660 Super to come with GDDR6, but other than a frequency boost and memory upgrade the Super should have the same main specs as the standard GTX 1660 with an improved Turing architecture (TU116) and 1408 CUDA cores.
While the NVIDIA GTX 1660 uses GDDR5 at 2Ghz, the new GTX 1660 Super should come with GDDR6 running at 1750Mhz and 192 bit bus speed. It is possible that the new graphics card may come with a larger memory bandwith, somewhere around 336GBps, a 75% increase from the 192GBps offered by the GTX 1660.
The images posted by Videocardz show us both the simple version, but also an AMP version from Zotac of the new video card from NVIDIA. From an aesthetics the point of view, the differences are not obvious, and the plate in question looks like its predecessor. If it were not for the Super logo on the box, we could just as easily believe that these pictures are for the standard plate model.
The launch of the GTX 1660 Super should come, sometime later this month, but without official confirmation from NVIDIA, all we have so far are rumors and photos.
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