Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 Ti Review feat. Palit StormX

February 22, 2019 | 14:00

Tags: #geforce-gtx-1660-ti #gpu #graphics-card #gtx-1660-ti #tu116 #turing

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Our usual approach when overclocking is to aim for a maximum overclock, facilitated by pushing the voltage slider to maximum in MSI Afterburner, as well the power and temperature limits, which with this card are 108 percent and 89°C respectively.

We managed to add 175MHz to the core, which resulted in in-game boost speeds of just over 2GHz, which is pretty decent.

The Micron GDDR6 memory, meanwhile, was stable even at 14Gbps.

Here are some results from the newly overclocked card:

UPDATE 15/03/2019: Please note that the power data originally displayed on this page was inaccurate for the GTX 1060, but it is now correct. We sincerely apologise for this error; please see the article comments for further information.

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