Friday, March 15th 2019

Palit Unveils its GeForce GTX 1660 Lineup

Palit Microsystems Ltd, the leading graphics card manufacturer, releases the new NVIDIA Turing architecture GeForce GTX 16 series in Palit GeForce product line-up, GeForce GTX 1660 Dual OC, Dual, StormX OC and StormX.

Palit GeForce GTX 1660 is built with the latest NVIDIA Turing architecture which performs great at 120FPS, so it's an ideal model for eSports gaming titles It can also reach an amazing performance and image quality while livestreaming to Twitch or YouTube. Like its big brother, the GeForce GTX 1660 utilizes the "TU116" Turing GPU that's been carefully architected to balance performance, power, and cost. TU116 includes all of the new Turing Shader innovations that improve performance and efficiency, including support for Concurrent Floating Point and Integer Operations, a Unified Cache Architecture with larger L1 cache, and Adaptive Shading.
The combination of performance, design and efficiency also makes the GTX 1660 ideal at the center of a fantastic value PC system; paired with a G-SYNC screen for silky smooth gaming and low input lag makes this a formidable tool for someone looking to take their first steps into the PC Battle Royale space.

The Palit GeForce GTX 1660 StormX series is designed for the mini-ITX that can fit the small case perfectly. StormX series is equipped with 10 cm diameter fan blade, which is designed to improve cooling performance by generating a powerful air stream and air pressure. DrMOS is also available in GTX1660 StormX. that offers high current circuits, low noise operation, and effective reduction of heat generating. The GeForce GTX 1660 Dual series is equipped with double fans, and also coming with LED lighting effect.
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2 Comments on Palit Unveils its GeForce GTX 1660 Lineup

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Caring1
Still pushing G-sync screens I see, they need to let it go, move on.
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Arjai
Caring1 said:
Still pushing G-sync screens I see, they need to let it go, move on.
Not sure I follow? Where is G-synch mentioned?
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