Nvidia expands its Super moniker from its more expensive RTX graphics cards to its older, 16-series GTX cards with the launch of two new models: the GTX 1660 Super and the GTX 1650 Super. Rumors indicate the cards and their respective specifications have been running for a while nowand leaks with specification sheets and other performance statistics decreased the past week or so.
As we suspected, the upgraded cards effectively package Ti-level performance in a package that is priced as one of the standard mid-range GPUs. Nvidia positions the new 1660 Super as a sort of successor to the 1060. It costs $ 229 and is launched today, while prices and availability for the 1650 Super come later.
With this you will not get real-time ray tracing, which the standard RTX and RTX Super cards offer. But Nvidia says the 1660 Super will double the performance of a 10-series card like the 1060 and about 50 percent more performance compared to the standard 1660. The cards are also launched with a new Nvidia driver that supports graphic functions such as ReShade, Nvidia Ultra Low Latency (now with G-Sync support), improved customizable image sharpness and Turing Encoder for machines running the new GPU & # 39; s.