Graphics card vendor (GPU) from the US, Nvidia last week released two of their latest GPUs that come with frills “Super”. Both GPUs are middle class graphics cards with the names Nvidia GTX 1660 Super and GTX 1650 Super. The GTX 1660 Super graphics card is the successor to the GTX 1660 which was introduced last February.
Nvidia claims the graphics card is 20 percent faster than the regular version of the GTX 1660 series. Behind the claim, the GTX 1660 Super is equipped with 1,408 CUDA cores, along with GDDR6 RAM (14 Gbps memory speed) with a capacity of 6 GB with boost speeds of up to 1,785 MHz.
GTX 1660 itself still carries the GDDR5 type RAM with a speed of 8 Gbps, lower than the GTX 1660 Super. Although not accompanied by the latest ray tracing lighting technology , the GTX 1660 Super is equipped with the latest drivers or software from Nvidia that allows users to enjoy graphics quality that is no less good.
Supported technologies include ReShade , Nvidia Ultra Low Latency with G-Sync support, Enhanced Customizable Image Sharpening features, to the Turing Encoder feature. Switching to the GTX 1650 Super, this graphics card itself is a successor of the regular GTX 1650. Its performance is claimed to be 50 percent more “speeding” compared to the GTX 1650 without the suffix “Super”.
In the “innards” aspect, the GPU is equipped with 1,280 CUDA cores and 4GB GDDR6 RAM (12Gbps memory speed) with boost speeds of up to 1,725 MHz. For availability, interested ones have been able to get the GTX 1660 Super since 29 October. The price is pegged at 229 US dollars.
The price may vary depending on the Nvidia partner vendor that assembles it. While the availability and price of the GTX 1650 Super will follow on 22 November,