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  • dromoxen - Friday, November 8, 2019 - link

    MAkes you wonder what NV will do for a GTX1660ti Soupa, maybe faster gddr6 and have 8gb of it? or a half assed RT cores added * Reply
  • clsmithj - Tuesday, October 29, 2019 - link

    I'd argue the 1660Ti is still the better choice, it's a full TU116 with the most CUDAs and it's GDDR6 memory has only factory underclocked to run at 12000MHz for 288GB/s, you can easily overclock it to 13000MHz and remove the underclock and get the 336GB/s speed. With my Aorus version, I can easily push it to 13336Mhz for 352GB/s bandwidth.

    The GTX 1660 Ti is essentially equal to the GTX 1070 Ti.
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  • The_Assimilator - Wednesday, October 30, 2019 - link

    "The GTX 1660 Ti is essentially equal to the GTX 1070 Ti."

    HAHAHA keep smoking the good stuff.
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  • Spunjji - Wednesday, October 30, 2019 - link

    Not sure why the snark - he's correct, an overclocked 1660Ti is roughly equivalent to a stock 1070Ti:

    https://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/msi_geforce_...

    Of course the 1070Ti owner can probably squeeze a little more out of that card too, but that's not really the point.
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  • Flunk - Friday, November 1, 2019 - link

    Comparing stock to overclocked doesn't make sense, if they're both overclocked the 1070 ti takes it. Reply
  • TheSkullCaveIsADarkPlace - Saturday, November 2, 2019 - link

    Hogwash! The GTX 1660 Ti is clearly a bit faster than a GTX 1070 Ti. I don't have a reference or numbers at hand, but i am confident that an underclocked 1070 Ti will have somwhat lower performance compared to an overclocked 1660 Ti.

    Sure, the 1660 Ti owner could also underclock its card (if possible in a similar manner as with 10-series cards). But hey, that's not really the point.
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  • flyingpants265 - Wednesday, October 30, 2019 - link

    It's another waste-of-time card. What we really needed is an AMD 5600XT for $199. Or something like that. Performing like a 2060, for much less.

    Ourchasing a 1080p card now is kind of ridiculous, also.
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  • JoeyJoJo123 - Wednesday, October 30, 2019 - link

    Why would purchasing a "1080p card" be ridiculous? What qualifies as a 1080p card? Because it's cheap? Because it's "last gen"?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HyonSgZiwsE

    You know any 3 year old GPU can do 4K gaming after some settings tweaks, all that really matters is that it's a relatively recent (within 2 or 3 gens old) and that it's got a ~4GB framebuffer. I'm not really here to diss anyone's budget. If someone's got to make a $500 PC tower budget work, then a $100 used GPU or a "1080p card" seems pretty sensible.
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  • Xyler94 - Thursday, October 31, 2019 - link

    A "1080p" card usually refers to any graphics card that can easily handle 1080p, but struggles with 1440p. Now this assumes high detail of course. You can play 1440p low, or 1080p high, it's your choice really, but I'd rather not have to resort to low settings just to bump my resolution. because what's the point? You gain pixels, but lose detail, which is what pixel gains are supposed to show off... Reply
  • Oliseo - Friday, November 1, 2019 - link

    Or you could play 1440 on medium-high

    It's nonsense to claim you have to go straight to low going from 1080 to 1440.

    As the data in the graphs in the article CLEARLY show.

    Try reading the article.
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