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ASUS GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER 6GB Phoenix Boost Graphics Card £190.64 @ eBay / cclcomputers
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ASUS GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER 6GB Phoenix Boost Graphics Card £190.64 @ eBay / cclcomputers

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Posted 19th Dec 2019

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Great offer on a 1660 Super here. Ideal for smaller builds where you'd be pushed for GPU space. The physical dimensions for this are below if you want to double check them. Use code POPSALE for this price

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GPU
  • Chipset Manufacturer: NVIDIA
  • Chipset Model Name: GeForce GTX
  • Chipset Model Number: 1660 SUPER
  • Chipset Additional Information: Phoenix
  • Graphics Core: CUDA
  • Number of Cores: 1408 units

Memory
  • Memory Size: 6 GB
  • Memory Clock: 14002 MHz
  • Memory Type: GDDR6
  • Memory Width: 192 bit

Interfaces/Ports
  • Video Card Bus Type: PCI Express
  • Video Card Bus Version: 3.0 x16
  • HDMI Port: 1 x HDMI 2.0b
  • DisplayPort: 1 x DisplayPort 1.4
  • DVI Port: 1 x DVI-D Dual Link

Resolution
  • Multiple Monitor Support (Max): Yes (3)
  • Maximum Resolution: 7680 x 4320 pixels

  • System Requirements
  • System Requirements: 1 x PCI Express 3.0 x16 slot
Minimum 450W PSU with 1 x 8-pin PCIe connector
Electrical
  • Power Connector: 1 x 8-pin PCIe
  • Recomended Power Supply: 450 W

Physical
  • Form Factor: Graphics Card
  • In The Box: Graphics Card / Speedsetup Manual
  • Width: 39 mm (Dual Slot)
  • Depth: 174 mm
  • Height: 121 mm
  • Weight: 0.48 kg
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deleted2308415
I've had good experiences with CCL over the years until a few weeks ago.

Purchased a 1660 Super from their eBay stores using codes.

Item was in-stock with more than 10 available, CCL decided to not honour the transaction and took me 2 weeks to obtain a refund through PayPal.

Communication was exhausting and excuses varied from stock issues when clearly items were available next day delivery via official website.
Edited by: "deleted2308415" 19th Dec 2019
Is this worse than cards with two fans?
tomatta19/12/2019 11:10

Is this worse than cards with two fans?



Yes, try to get a 2 fan version if possible.
tomatta19/12/2019 11:10

Is this worse than cards with two fans?



Define 'worse'. The performance is the same.
tomatta19/12/2019 11:10

Is this worse than cards with two fans?


Worse lol. The boost clock will be lower due to the heat efficiency. The fan will run quicker (more noise).
Didn't think we'd see a 1660S lower than £190 before Christmas. Not counting my chickens now

Hot deal for high settings 1080p 60hz gamers
Whitedot19/12/2019 12:38

Define 'worse'. The performance is the same.


Until the heat creeps in....
urban_junk19/12/2019 13:06

Until the heat creeps in....



So Nvidia continue to let their board partners sell cards that openly lie about their performance? ok
Whitedot19/12/2019 13:11

So Nvidia continue to let their board partners sell cards that openly lie …So Nvidia continue to let their board partners sell cards that openly lie about their performance? ok


Not uncommon.
Wish they would stop releasing this trash.
Whitedot19/12/2019 13:11

So Nvidia continue to let their board partners sell cards that openly lie …So Nvidia continue to let their board partners sell cards that openly lie about their performance? ok


Nope this will achieve the base clock speed, but would not be able to sustain a high boost clock speed due to high temps.
Meh, in that case I'd be looking for a refund if it can't do what is claimed. Fair enough on fan speed/volume, temperatures if your PC ventilation is bad and overclocking headroom, but otherwise the card should be able to do what it's advertised for. You shouldn't need to spend more money to get advertised performance of the actual GPU.

FWIW my single fan 1660 is overclocked to the max in MSI Afterburner and I've never had a problem.
Edited by: "Whitedot" 19th Dec 2019
Whitedot19/12/2019 13:11

So Nvidia continue to let their board partners sell cards that openly lie …So Nvidia continue to let their board partners sell cards that openly lie about their performance? ok


You're mis-taking me. Please be more civil, attitude is childish.

Yes, some cards are awful.

The advertised boost clock is the absolute lowest value for boost to run at, the can't risk overselling it. The better your bin'ed gpu, the higher your clock. Also, the longer you can keep temps lower, the higher your clock, hence these massive coolers nowadays.

Example: 2070 has around a 1600mhz boosted clock across the AIBs. But the actual boost clock runs between 1700-1900mhz, dependant on the manufacture and cooling.

In my experience, clock dips start happening around 70c and heavier dips at 75c

Premium cards are premium. At a min i would always get something with a decent heat sync and dual fan arrangement. Always pick a manufacture with a UK based RMA centre and buy all computer parts on a credit card.
Fair enough, and sorry for the sarcasm. In those circumstances (performance being throttled by its own design) I'd definitely return it. Comprehensive review here which mentions the poor cooler: techpowerup.com/rev…ix/
Cold, can get same GPU (different range) for £149.99 at Amazon...
rp712219/12/2019 13:54

Nope this will achieve the base clock speed, but would not be able to …Nope this will achieve the base clock speed, but would not be able to sustain a high boost clock speed due to high temps.


He's right there
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