Nvidia Will Launch GTX 1660 and GTX 1650, Cheaper Prices!
Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 and GTX 1660 Ti are a huge success on the market and become the most powerful GPU weapon for Mid-range forces today. However, Nvidia does not seem to stop at this market segment, because the manufacturer is also ready to provide other fun choices for the entry level series.
Well, one of them is GTX 1660 and 1650, where this choice will be the newest weapon for users with limited budgets with strength that is no less great. The best thing is, both GPUs will come soon, and have a much more affordable value.
For the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 series, this is rumored to be released on March 15 with prices starting at $ 229 or around 3.2 million. And if it’s available in our country, the GPU might have a price of under 4 million (or a little more).
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What is the best of this series is the specification value of 6GB GDDR6 and 3GB version, even though Nvidia has not officially confirmed the CUDA power supply, which is slightly smaller than the Ti series, where some leakage says that the GTX 1660 series is the Cutdown version of the TU116 GPU.
As for the GTX 1650, this option will come with 4GB GDDR5 VRAM power, where the price is around $ 179 or around 2.5 million. This option might be the next replacement for the GTX 1050 Ti series, although this has also not been officially confirmed. It’s just that, GTX 1650 will be ready to be presented on 30 April 2019.
Well, this can bring very good news for fans who plan to upgrade other great GPUs from Nvidia, but still have a limited budget. In addition, these two latest GPU options will surely complement the range ofuring graphics-based cards that completely replace the Pascal series.