The GeForce GTX 1660 Super Is On It's Way (Rumour)
The current generation of video cards from Nvidia (both Geforce GTX and RTX Super or not) was not to everyone's liking, largely because the prices went up a lot, and with the exception of a 2080Ti, performance was not as shaky compared to the previous Pascal generation.
However, in the case of the Nvidia 2000 series GPUs, at least it had a Super series meant to increase the performance a little bit. And now the news is that the GeForce 1600 series boards will undergo a similar treatment. According to information now circulating on the internet, we will soon have a GeForce GTX 1660 Super video card on the market.
This model is not meant to outperform the GTX 1660 Ti, instead it comes as a replacement for the normal GTX 1660, with a performance level somewhere between it and the 1660 Ti. In other words, it could have about the same power level as an "old" GTX 1070. The board would have 1408 CUDA cores and come with 6GB of 14Gbs GDDR6 video memory.
Then, those who want an even cheaper, but still performing, board seem to have a GTX 1650 Ti. You can expect this model to be a bit more sprint compared to the standard version.
There is no information on when these boards might arrive on the market, but they will certainly be welcomed for those who want to squeeze even the last frame per second from the limited budget they have available to build a PC.