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Msi Nvidia Geforce Gtx 1660 Super Ventus Xs Oc Graphics Card £213.60 @ Amazon
Posted 2nd AugPosted 2nd Aug
Cheapest ever for this card. Core/Memory: Boost Clock / Memory Speed. 1815 MHz / 14 Gbps. 6GB GDDR6. DisplayPort x 3 / HDMI x 1
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Was that for the same MSI card? Personally, having tested both this and the Zotac, I’d take this if there is just a few quid difference, despite rating both companies highly.


Recently bought this for £230 or so.I'm pleased with it!


In Nvidia's ever increasing range of overpriced cards this one is on the more sensible side that it's 30% more expensive than a 1650 Super, but is also 30% better.


They're more or less about the same, get whichever is cheaper. Zotac has a UK support centre though and extended warranty upon registration.


Been posted a few quid cheaper. Very happy with my 1660s

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER 6GB Graphics Card £208.99 @ CCL
Posted 31st JulPosted 31st Jul
Decent price for it. Same price at AWD-IT. Both do free delivery. Overclocked 1830 MHz (Reference Card: 1785 MHz) 6GB GDDR6 WINDFORCE 2X cooling system 1 x HDMI 2.0b 3 x Displa… Read more

Guys is it worth spending the extra £15 for the model with 3 fans?


Yea I play on lowest as there's less distractions. That's quite impressive. I limited my 1080ti to 163 fps (165hz monitor). So maybe this will be a good stopgap


Lowest? lol. i5 9400F + GTX 1660 SUPER 1440p Epic settings. Avg 78FPS. :) Oh but to actually answer your question, 168FPS on low 1440p


Bout 35% better in games. I'd go for more of a jump personally.


How many fps playing Overwatch on 1440p on lowest quality? Wondering if I should buy this to use whilst my 1080ti is being RMAd which could take a month+ as its an Asus!

**B GRADE** GEFORCE GTX 1660 SUPER STORMX OC 6144MB - £125 @ Overclockers
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Posted 29th JulPosted 29th Jul
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The two graphics cards i got a few weeks ago both looked and worked fine. One in a generic box one in the original ( looked tattered). The one in the proper box seemed to have the bits and pieces too. Think it's anything they get returned but still works. Condition can therefore vary. You've got 90 days warranty if you need to return it though.


Any good? Signs of usage? Wondering what makes these B grade!




Hopefully! have you received yours yet?


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GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER 6 GB GAMING OC (Only 3 available) Opened – never used £183.75 @ currys_clearance eBay
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I just scopped one of these and looks to be a fantastic prrice for a card with a full years warranty and never used.
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Did you get anything back from your email? Im also waiting for them to get back to me however the items already been dispatched so we shall see tomorrow no doubt it's gna be the 1660 as apposed to the super 😔


Good spot @ChrisReynolds :D Thanks for sharing!


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It's almost like Curry's are incapable of learning from feedback. This has bounced back about half a dozen times now


You usually get a warranty on open box purchases too. I bought a b450 tomahawk max as an open box purchase for £60. Absolute steal and i'd reccomend to anyone.

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EVGA GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER SC ULTRA GAMING, 06G-P4-1068-KR, 6GB GDDR6, Dual Fan, Metal Backplate - £209.97 @ Amazon Spain
Posted 28th JulPosted 28th Jul
Only 1 left in stock but more on the way. Could probably get it cheaper using one of those fee free cards but i've never used them so i don't know how it works.

Considering this or the Gigabyte from amazon uk here. The 1660 super seems like the best price/performance for 1080p gaming right now. I'm upgrading from a 2gb 960 so this would run a whole lot better although I might wait to see what the release of the 3000 series does to prices. Heat added for price of this (y)


Ah my bad :P


There are various apps which I don't know myself, personally I use a Halifax Clarity credit card directly which uses wholesale Mastercard conversion rates


Factually correct! I will put a smiley face after my jokes next time (y)


Covid can't last more than 3 days on hard surfaces. You only need to quarantine this for 3 days. There's also a good chance it'll be dispatched from a UK warehouse despite being ordered from Amazon Spain.

GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER 6 GB GAMING OC Graphics Card - Open Box £198 at ebay / currys_clearance
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Posted 22nd JulPosted 22nd Jul
*Damaged box* Get faster and smoother gameplay with the Gigabyte GTX 1660 SUPER 6 GB GAMING OC Graphics Card - even if you're playing in 4K. Its Turing architecture and shaders pr… Read more

I can confirm this is the case. I bought it knowing that it could be a little risky and can confirm the one I got was the non-super and it wasn't even the 3 fan version but the 2 fan version. Now waiting for a refund


This is probably my one I had to send back as they sent out a 1660 (:I


Gotta be in it to win it haha :) better luck next time.


I saw that aswell, went through to checkout incase it changed but no cigar (:I


Nice find, sold out now though. Oddly if you scroll down the listing it says £185.63 :)

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER 6GB Graphics Card £208.98 @ CCL Online, IN STOCK
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Posted 21st JulPosted 21st Jul
CCL seem to be price matching amazon and Scan.

where is Gigabyte Just Eat vouncher?


Defiantly food for thought here. Really considering picking this up


This 100%. Crossfire (and SLI) are a headache of poor support, incompatibility issues & buggy drivers. (not to mention added power consumption & noise). Dual GPU isn't an upgrade path, its for when you need better performance than the most powerful single GPU can provide. e.g. Dual Titan RTX.


I was recommmended one of these today on overclockers forum as appose a full new build (as i dont game as much as i use to) or i was looking alternatively at adding a second r9 390x in crossfire. Now i could add a second gfx for £100 for crossfire or i could sell my card £100 and buy this either way its a £100 quid upgrade.


~50% faster, plus a whole lot cooler, quieter & more power efficient. Also not prone to coil whine.

Gigabyte NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER 6GB OC Turing Graphics Card - £208.98 @ Scan
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Posted 19th JulPosted 19th Jul
Best value 1660 Super at the moment - dropped to 209.99 at Amazon yesterday but now Scan have beaten that by £1 & ready to dispatch. GIGABYTE GTX 1660 SUPER OC WITH TURING The… Read more

I don’t have this problem on my G-Sync monitor. Smooth as a baby’s bum. V-sync completely off, no risk of input lag. Whatever works for you.


Did you not bother to read the link which is the result of many years of research and testing? V-SYNC does more than merely cap the FPS of the GPU. It helps with frame rate spacing. It used to cut out microsrutter on my ROG laptop with it enabled.


They are most definitely the same, when it comes to the desired effect. Why wouldn’t you just enable the FPS cap and leave V-Sync disabled? That way it will never fall-back to v-sync, which most definitely has a noticeable input lag. I could always tell when my game switched to v-sync because of this. Fast-sync does improve this a lot. But still, cap at 144 and there is no need to v-sync at all.


Yes I should. They are not the same thing. Have a good read of the following..... G-SYNC and V-SYNC were designed to work together. In a nutshell use: G-SYNC ON in Nvidia Control Panel. V-SYNC ON in Nvidia Control Panel. FPS capped 3 FPS lower than monitor max refresh rate using either in game limiter or Rivertuner. V-SYNC OFF in game settings.


You shouldn’t be using V-Sync if you have G-Sync enabled monitor. As it does the same job without causing input lag. Even if you don’t have a G-Sync monitor, I wouldn’t recommend using V-Sync. I would enable fast-sync for each game via the Nvidia control panel. Gives you v-sync visuals, with very, very minute input lag.

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER OC 6G - £208.98 @ Amazon UK
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Posted 18th JulPosted 18th Jul
Dropped from 220, in stock july 28th. EDIT: Dropped down to 208.98

For anyone wondering about the ambiguous shipping date on this, I just got the email to say mine is dispatched, arriving Tuesday


Just got dispatch notification


0db idle is one of the things that does my nut in on my zotac 1080. Thinking of reflashing the bios when I have the time. Most of my use is non-gaming so would prefer the silence!




I'm in a similar situation (same cooler non S version). I really love the fans being off when I'm not gaming - but they do make quite a bit of noise as they spin up and are surprisingly loud at low RPM. I have chosen to put up with it though as I don't need quiet when gaming.

ASUS TUF Gaming NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Super OC Edition - £215.99 or approx £209.50 with fee free card - Amazon Italy 2-4 week shipping
Posted 15th JulPosted 15th JulShipping from ItalyShipping from Italy
Just a quick edit to point out that this is in stock now. Seems like a solid if not spectacular deal for someone looking for a decent 1660 super who isn't in a big rush (shippinRead more

This is in stock now for delivery next week.


The 1650 is relatively easy to handle in terms of thermals to be fair


Just to add to the mix, I had the TUF 1650 super and it was superb. Couldn't hear it at idle and barely made a peep under load. Luck of the draw I guess.


Yeah, but once I heard the noise it annoyed me everytime and really got to me. Also it was from amazon so returns are easy thankfully.


Yes the the bb on the fans... my 2070 does this. Annoying without a headset but silent with one. Cba to rma and the fans work its just the noise thats annoying

MSI GeForce GTX 1660 6GB ARMOR OC Graphics Card, £190 with code at Currys/ebay
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Posted 14th JulPosted 14th Jul
Nice saving, hope it helps. Key Features Exceptional performance Offering high-performance graphics, the MSI GeForce GTX 1660 6 GB ARMOR OC Graphics Card is designed to riv… Read more

So does my spouse.


If it helps - Over lockdown I've treated myself and upgraded to Ryzen 5 3600 16GB LPX 3200 RAM ASRock Fatal1ty Micro-ITX B450 Kingston A2000 1TB NVME But similar to you, I'm still using an old R7 260x (and even then it's only the 1TB variant because at the time people suggested the card would bottleneck before the VRAM). Been absolutely fine for photo and video editing in Camtasia and a £100 copy of Photoshop / Premiere Elements and a noticeable step up from my old AMD 1045t. I picked up the GTAV freebie from Epic Games a few weeks back and really wanted to see how the machine performed with a better GPU but really struggling to justify £200 on the 1660 Super. If it was £100 I'd buy one right now. Particularly as I just picked up GTAV for £6.24 on the Xbox One X the other day. Console plays everything fine at 4K on the lounge TV. Alright the PC upgrade would give me a greater level of detail, but 1080p on a 24" monitor, versus 4k on a 55", sat on the sofa with a beer? No contest Flight Simulator might persuade me though


Sorry, I was referring to DLSS as a general machine learning term, which was wrong. The propriety DLSS 2.0 running on Nvidia’s powerful tensor cores is the best example we’ve seen to date but I expect RDNA2 cards used in both next gen consoles to feature a shader based variant.


It's not going to happen as like I said it's an Nvidia tech powered by tensor cores. AMD has Fidelity FXCAS.


It’s not available for current AMD cards and consoles. It will become the standard for next gen consoles and upcoming graphics cards by Nvidia and AMD

AWD-IT Fury 5, Intel Core i5, 16GB RAM, 480GB SSD, NVIDIA GTX 1660 Super, Graphics Gaming Desktop PC £759.99 Costco
Posted 14th JulPosted 14th Jul
AWD-IT Fury 5, Intel Core i5, 16GB RAM, 480GB SSD, NVIDIA GTX 1660 Super, Graphics Gaming Desktop PC Experience exceptional performance Powered by the Intel i5 9400F Processor wit… Read more

only comment I would make is the Ryzen 4700 is out now, you might want to consider it if its available and in-budget ?


indeed, and much easier just to lift your shopping off the shelves and walk out - its the same thing, just less liklihood of getting caught....


Its a valuable skill and he should be proud. I have also been building PCs since I was in my Teens (a long time ago), and my Son built his first one at 10. However I am not so arrogant as to forget that not everyone has the skills, or even a remote interest, in doing so...


By the way, this is the pc my 13 year old built, r5 3600 with prism wraith cooler, 16gb ram 3200mhz rx5600xt 500gb SSD and 1.5tb HDD 650w Corsair psu, and nzxt h510 case, he also I staled windows, it was the first pc he buil. learned from pc building simulator and youtube


You'd have to be an absolute mug to pay £100 for an OS. (with the exception of businesses). I even have a friendly chuckle at those who buy keys from ebay. So, so simple to activate windows nowadays with a tool. (plus, you don't even have to activate it, 99% of windows features are available on an un-activated version.)

EVGA GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER SC ULTRA GAMING, 06G-P4-1068-KR, 6GB GDDR6, Dual Fan £209.78 (£200 with fee free card) delivered @ Amazon Spain
Posted 13th JulPosted 13th Jul
Nice low price here from Amazon Spain, as always you can order using your Amazon UK account details. NBP based on Amazon UK Edit: Price down to £209.78 Use a fee free card to… Read more
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Quite a few graphics card come from amazon like that. I wouldn’t worry too much as long as inside it’s all ok. If it bugs u return and reorder


Bought it, arrived today, no packaging at all, postage label stuck on box, box tatty and ripped, not happy at all birthday gift and looks second hand.


Nothing like the mining craze hitting off again. Price hikes ahoy


I don't know how is it with this promo. Each game requires different activation process. Could be different this time around... but also could be through GFE.


Are you saying that you can redeem the code through Geforce experience even if you don't have an RTX card installed?

Zotac GeForce GTX 1660 Super Twin Fan 6GB Gaming Graphics Card - £198.08 Delivered (£192 with fee free card) @ Amazon Spain
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Good price for a GTX 1660 Super - cost is £198.08 delivered from Amazon Spain or approx £192 with a fee free card . The all-new generation of ZOTAC GAMING GeForce GTX graphics… Read more

You need a more serious and expensive PSU, if you don’t have any. So for most people here is not a good move.


How does warranty work with Amazon Spain? Do you have to send it to Spain if you need to return?




5600 XT is definitely worth the extra £70.


price is 248 eur as of today, not price is listing.

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER OC 6G at Amazon for £214.49
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Powered by GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER NVIDIA Turing architecture and GeForce Experience Integrated with 6GB GDDR6 192-bit memory interface WINDFORCE 2X Cooling System with alternate… Read more
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Decent price for 1660S. Depending on personal circumstances, and alternative would be the GTX 1070, yes, older tech - but better performance and lower cost. You can pick up a pre-owned GTX 1070 8Gb model for between £100-200.


Paid 225 for this a couple of weeks back. No complaints. Runs everything I've tried fine (although I've only really tried fortnite, warzone and Alyx so far...) and you wouldn't know it was turned on in terms of noise.


Worth sending back my 1650 super i paid £165 last month for this?


@mrbojangles hmm interesting. Cheers


Gigabyte is in stock, Zotac isn't currently. From what I read while looking into the different models, the Zotac doesn't shut off the fans when load is low. Gigabyte does. I think they both have different 'out the box' overclocking, but not an issue really as manual overclocking could be done. Not really clear on which has the 'best' fans/cooling - on surface Gibabyte would claim they have better, but as per my first post I've read a few stories about issues with the windforce fans.

AORUS 7: 17.3 Inch FHD 144 Hz, i7 10750H, GTX1660 Ti, 16 GB RAM, 1 TB HDD, 512 GB SSD, Win10 Home Gaming Laptop - £1299 @ Amazon
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Seemed like a good deal on a new launch. Most other places at £1499, has new gen processors which is a plus (y)

Don't have the time I'm afraid to run one :p


Whats your YT channel?


Link please? Can't find 4800h and 2060


There are few differentials on the AORUS I would point out vs ASUS. I’ve seen a £999 Asus on deal but I’d still go with the AORUS for the following reasons. 1) Screen – 17.3 Aorus vs 15.6 Asus – This will naturally add to the cost. Screen size a big factor for some as the extra real estate can make all the difference in game. 2) AORUS has 1TB HDD PLUS 512GB SSD (NVME PCI-E) vs Asus’s 512gb SSD – For a gaming laptop having sufficient storage is key as many of us have quite hefty libraries. 3) AORUS has 16GB RAM vs 8GB RAM – This is a big one for me, one fewer thing I need to add to the laptop and sweet spot for gaming 4) ASUS is only 1 year warranty – AORUS has a 2 year warranty – Again key as a 1 year warranty on a 1k+ laptop is pretty unacceptable IMO. 5) AORUS allow you to upgrade RAM and SSD without voiding warranty. There is another m.2 slot available on the Aorus so I’d be adding a 1TB NVME here. 6)Finally an advantage of the Aorus vs the ASUS is connectivity. I can connect everything I can without an external hub (ya hear that Apple) Aorus has: 1x USB2.0 Type-A 1x USB3.2 Gen1 Type-A 1x USB3.2 Gen2 Type-A 1x HDMI 2.0(with HDCP) 1x Mini Display 1.2 1x DisplayPort 1.4 Type-C over USB 3.2 Gen 2 1x Audio combo jack 1x Microphone jack 1x SD Card Reader 1x DC-in Jack 1x RJ-45 vs ASUS: Ethernet Gigabit Ethernet port Bluetooth Bluetooth 5.0 USB - USB Type-C x 1 - USB 3.0 x 2 Video connections HDMI 2.0b x 1 Audio connections 3.5 mm jack


MSI Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 Ventus XS 6G OC Graphics Card 6 GB GDDR5, 1830 MHz, 3x DisplayPort, HDMI, Dual Fan - £180 @ Amazon
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Dispatched from and sold by Amazon UK Boost Clock / Memory Speed : up to 1830 MHz / 8 Gbps / 6GB GDDR5 TORX Fan 2.0 with Double Ball Bearings; dispersion fan blade : steep cur… Read more
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Not £180 here is 212 odd.


Are the 1660 Super ones with the 'stop fan' technology quiet in general use? Or does it literally only stop the fan if the machine is completely idle?


Google is your friend.


The card achieves 144fps 1440p on games like Rocket League, Cs Go, Dota 2 etc. In that sense its a good card. I use a first generation Ryzen 1600 stock cpu. 1080p on games like Frost Punk, Snow Runner, Witcher 3 etc will have the gpu hitting the thermal throttle in minutes. Just from experience. I even had the card on open air.. same issue. Games like Teamfight tactics on 144hz 1440p will keep the gpu cool and quiet.. but as soon as its tasked.. you have a bee hive inside your case.


BuT wAiT fOr 3000 SeRieS.

Zotac GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER 6GB Graphics Card - £213.83 @ CCL Online
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Seems to finally be in stock on CCL, i know amazon had it at 210 earlier but it seems to be out of stock. If you need one right now then this is available.

Good price though currently £209 on Amazon if willing to wait a week. Think they're price matching ebuyer


Good price, but I’d choose the 5600xt for £45 more, the performance gain is worth the extra outlay and provides more value.


Cheers that’s really helpful


Loads of people on YouTube, but search for Linus tech tips, he has loads of step by step builds, and also a forum to join where there are really helpful people that will spec out your pc based on budget and purpose using pcpartpicker


Hi all, (not particular to this item but) weighing up building v buying pre build for my lad. Anyone point to forums etc to guide a man on where to start. I realise byo would save £ but 1st try and all hat

GeForce GTX 1660 6 GB SUPER VENTUS Graphics Card new other - £216 @ Currys eBay
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Features & details Boost Clock / Memory Speed : up to 1830 MHz / 8 Gbps / 6GB GDDR5 TORX Fan 2.0 with Double Ball Bearings; dispersion fan blade : steep curved blade accelerati… Read more
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Nah just waited for it to show “in stock” then bought it, they usually come in batch’s of 10, then once there gone think it’s about a week before restock i paid an extra £5 for next day delivery though, they could have atleast put it in another box but it’s DPD so I think they take care of not throwing it around


That’s the motherboard I’ve ordered too, still waiting on delivery but. Did you pre-order it?


Yeah, makes perfect sense...looks like the empty boxes will be going in the loft out the way. See how successful this build is then see what I plan to do. Thanks! Any of you guys/girls build & sell pc’s full time or just enthusiasts?


Apologies...can’t even say I was too busy to post the deal at the time...joys of being furloughed! Tbh just been comparing comparability of products & prices on said various products for my own newb so been stressing myself out a bit!


Recently bought three PC related bits from Currys. No issues at all (though was intrigued to see that the two most recent items were actually sent from Overclockers).

Zotac GAMING GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER Twin Fan, £214.98 Delv From Amazon
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22/06/2020, another fiver down! Zotac GAMING GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER Twin Fan, ZT-T16620F-10L see here for more details: (OOS in many areas too) 4th july expected delv. https:/… Read more

Hi there looking to upgrade my gfx card as its really struggling now. Will this just slot into my pc with no issues with psu etc? My pc


I find it annoying they make these cards at all.. what happened to the 1070/ 1070ti? They discontinued them and brought in the 1650/ ti / 1660 ti/ /s. I paid £250 for my 1070ti going back about 2 + years now and according to userbenchmark it outperforms this card by 37% Granted I did get a very good deal on it but surely by now the price would be around the same mark if they continued manufacturing? I could be wrong, maybe I'm missing something or the performance isnt quite what userbenchmark shows? Does the 1660s have ray tracing or DLSS or something? The whole graphics card market needs a big shakeup like the CPU market did with Ryzen. Theres a massive amount of choice nowadays when most research just leads you to the same conclusion.. buy an R5 3600 and it can handle pretty much any card. All seems massively wasteful at the minute with all these cards and CPU's flying around, yet the 2nd hand market isnt much better! Whos buying all these things and why? Maybe if we werent all throwing our money at these manufacturers when they brought out a new card they would be forced to change things up. I may be wrong again though as I don't spend a massive amount of time looking into these things and am expecting to be corrected by everyone.. I'm still happy with my 1070ti and will be for a while


£209 and being delivered Thursday (y) so not really long to wait if it helps ppl


this has dropped a little more peeps!


The reason I bought the Giga was that it has 0dB fan stop, whereas all the other cheap 1660 Supers (including Zotac) do not, with fan running at minimum 30% at all times. Won't matter to most people, but will if you've gone for a small, quiet build that is on your desk, with the GPU not in use the majority of the time.

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