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ASUS Dual GeForce GTX 1660 Ti OC - £225.99 @ Amazon Prime Day Exclusive
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ASUS Dual GeForce GTX 1660 Ti OC - £225.99 @ Amazon Prime Day Exclusive

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Posted 16th Jul

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This is possibly the worst heatsink i have ever seen in life on a graphics card. Price is good though.
1660 ti has been £206 on amazon.de recently, that should be the target price.
Looks like they took an enthusiast-tier Raspberry Pi heatsink and stuck it on a graphics card...unsurprisingly there are reviews reporting it gets hot and loud. I don't think this is a good deal, especially considering the pretty decent state the graphics card market is in right now.
It looks like an old passive graphics card and someone has stuck a fan casing and fans on as an afterthought.

Even those knock off chinese ones on ebay look better than this.
Edited by: "m1keyp1key" 16th Jul
Regardless of how it looks, that's GTX1070 performance for £225. Very hard to complain about that.
Seanspeed16/07/2019 16:24

Regardless of how it looks, that's GTX1070 performance for £225. Very …Regardless of how it looks, that's GTX1070 performance for £225. Very hard to complain about that.


That is very true buddy. This is solid performance. Would reccommend getting this instead of used 1070s for the same price.
Seanspeed16/07/2019 16:24

Regardless of how it looks, that's GTX1070 performance for £225. Very …Regardless of how it looks, that's GTX1070 performance for £225. Very hard to complain about that.


I thought the 2060 traded blows with the 1070? How close is this to a 2060? I think I'll sit it out until a 2060S becomes more reasonable price wise though. My 1060 is still doing alright.
Danze198416/07/2019 17:21

I thought the 2060 traded blows with the 1070? How close is this to a …I thought the 2060 traded blows with the 1070? How close is this to a 2060? I think I'll sit it out until a 2060S becomes more reasonable price wise though. My 1060 is still doing alright.


2060 is a fair bit faster and so is the price for them.
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The 1660Ti competes with the 1070, even though it was designed to replace the 1060 6gb. 3 years later, graphics tech has moved so you get more bang for the buck with the 1660Ti.
Edited by: "abhijitdash123" 16th Jul
abhijitdash12316/07/2019 13:19

This is possibly the worst heatsink i have ever seen in life on a graphics …This is possibly the worst heatsink i have ever seen in life on a graphics card. Price is good though.


Very true, it’s a good job the 1660ti sips on power
Seanspeed16/07/2019 16:24

Regardless of how it looks, that's GTX1070 performance for £225. Very …Regardless of how it looks, that's GTX1070 performance for £225. Very hard to complain about that.



Well to me it "looks" like poor design/build quality. I doubt it would even get to my door without part of it snapping off.
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abhijitdash12316/07/2019 13:19

This is possibly the worst heatsink i have ever seen in life on a graphics …This is possibly the worst heatsink i have ever seen in life on a graphics card. Price is good though.


Exactly. Small ally block by the look

Pay £25 more for the Gigabyte Windforce
akuakuu16/07/2019 20:55

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You probably didn't. The average PC gamer honestly doesn't really know what they're talking about half the time, even though they love to pretend they do.

This almost definitely would have still performed extremely well for the price, even if better 1660Ti models exist. Heck, it might not even have been so bad at all. It's a fatter heatsink(which has never been a bad thing) only cuz it's a shorter PCB. Probably not the best, but should be sufficient even it 'looks' awkward by sticking out like it does rather than being shallow and looking more enclosed(which isn't really beneficial for an open air cooler anyways).
Edited by: "Seanspeed" 16th Jul
Seanspeed16/07/2019 21:53

You probably didn't. The average PC gamer honestly doesn't really know …You probably didn't. The average PC gamer honestly doesn't really know what they're talking about half the time, even though they love to pretend they do. This almost definitely would have still performed extremely well for the price, even if better 1660Ti models exist. Heck, it might not even have been so bad at all. It's a fatter heatsink(which has never been a bad thing) only cuz it's a shorter PCB. Probably not the best, but should be sufficient even it 'looks' awkward by sticking out like it does rather than being shallow and looking more enclosed(which isn't really beneficial for an open air cooler anyways).


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