Tuesday, January 22nd 2019

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti Put Through AoTS, About 16% Faster Than GTX 1060

Thai PC enthusiast TUM Apisak posted a screenshot of an alleged GeForce GTX 1660 Ti Ashes of the Singularity (AoTS) benchmark. The GTX 1660 Ti, if you'll recall, is an upcoming graphics card based on the TU116 silicon, which is a derivative of the "Turing" architecture but with a lack of real-time raytracing capabilities. Tested on a machine powered by an Intel Core i9-9900K processor, the AoTS benchmark was set to run at 1080p and DirectX 11. At this resolution, the GTX 1660 Ti returned a score of 7,400 points, which roughly compares with the previous-generation GTX 1070, and is about 16-17 percent faster than the GTX 1060 6 GB. NVIDIA is expected to launch the GTX 1660 Ti some time in Spring-Summer, 2019, as a sub-$300 successor to the GTX 1060 series.
Source: TUM_APISAK (Twitter)
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155 Comments on NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti Put Through AoTS, About 16% Faster Than GTX 1060

#151
AnkitaMishra
John Naylor said:
Wow ... it seems we have more economics PhDs on the forum than techno-geeks T. The economics are simple.

it is not that simple and rather far from it, look at 10-series and 20-series comparison. 10-series up to 60 percent performance boost, 20-series nearly zero.
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#152
EarthDog
Captain_Tom said:
One would call of this "common sense", but yes some people don't seem to have any around here. My favorite complaints were the ones regarding Vega 64's prices a month after launch - they are elevated because the demand is higher than supply... not because AMD is "lying" lol.
lol, that's ok...nvidia is doing the same thing...its a two way street but some standing on either side of the road cant tell. :p
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#153
Captain_Tom
EarthDog said:
lol, that's ok...nvidia is doing the same thing...its a two way street but some standing on either side of the road cant tell. :p
I mean the "Founders Edition" was a load of crap, but at least now the founders cards do have good coolers, and in fact my main problem with the Founders cards wasn't Nvidia - it was nvidia fanboys acting like the AIB cards would ever be cheaper lol. We all know that outside a handful of horrible and limited-run blower coolers, almost all AIB cards will cost more than the inferior founders cards.

Having said that, yes - it is still Supply and Demand. If no one bought the founders cards, the MSRP would be "real." People need to stop buying up new cards on release that are only 20% better than something they got years ago... or at least stop complaining when their actions lead to higher prices.
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#154
anubis44
biffzinker said:
Under $300 would translate to $299 knowing Nvidia's recent pricing shenanigans. /s Hopefully the price is $250.
Not likely. NVidia will actually try to charge $300 (or 20% more than the $250 price point of the GTX1060) for a card that's barely 15% faster than the previous generation equivalent.
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#155
gamerman
yeah, why nvidia dont sell it 100$ and get free lisence next product and give free coffee also.. byaaa <--crying

why this complain...its cheap and nvidia are not charity factory, it need profit also, but, when it get cash from you,you get best gpus,fastest,high new tech and excellent efficiency with whisper quiet.

it cost money.

buy rx 550 gpu its cost 100$, and be happy.
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