MSI GeForce GTX 1660 pictured, features 1408 CUDA cores, GDDR5 confirmed

Published: Mar 8th 2019, 15:06 GMT   Comments

You might have heard that NVIDIA is launching yet another GeForce GTX Turing 16-series graphics card — GeForce GTX 1660 non-Ti. We have some pictures to prove this very fact. 

MSI GeForce GTX 1660 Series

A trio from MSI: GAMING, ARMOR and VENTUS series will all feature a single 8-pin power connector. MSI is also working on VENTUS C and AERO ITX series. Each of these cards will be available in OC and non-OC variants.

The GeForce GTX 1660 features TU116-300 GPU with 1408 CUDA cores. This card will be equipped with 6GB of GDDR5 memory (unlike GTX 1660 Ti with GDDR6), which is clocked at 8 Gbps.

The reference clock speed of GTX 1660 non-Ti is 1530/1785 MHZ. Custom models such as GAMING X will boost up to 1860 MHz.

NVIDIA GTX 1660 non-Ti launches on March 14th. According to our sources, the price is set to 219 USD.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 16 “Turing” Series
VideoCardz.comGeForce GTX 1650GeForce GTX 1660GeForce GTX 1660 Ti
GPU12nm FF TU117 (TBC)12nm FF TU11612nm FF TU116
Base ClockTBC
1530 MHz
1500 MHz
Boost ClockTBC
1785 MHz
1770 MHz
Memory ClockTBC
8 Gbps
12 Gbps
Memory Bus
128-bit (TBC)
179 USD (TBC)
219 USD
279 USD
Launch DateApril 30th (TBC)March 14thFebruary 22nd

Here is a closeup on MSI packaging confirming GDDR5 memory:


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