You can play your games at 120FPS with this card
While NVIDIA’s main focal point these days are with its RTX series of GPUs, they are not completely ignoring their GTX line. In fact, NVIDIA just announced the GTX 1660Ti, which is a GPU aimed towards gamers who are on a budget.
While it is a GTX GPU, what makes the GTX 1660TI different is that it uses Turing Architecture instead of the Pascal Architecture that is found in other GTX GPUs. Key specs include 1536 CUDA cores, 6GB GDDR6 memory, and a 1.8Ghz boost clock.
This gives the GTX 1660Ti improved power efficiency and better performance. However, even if it uses Turing Architecture, it does not have NVIDIA’s Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) or support for ray tracing—those remain exclusive to the RTX line.
For a budget GPU, the GTX 1660Ti can do quite a lot, as NVIDIA claims that you can run popular games like Fortnite, PUBG, and Apex Legends at up to 120FPS in 1080P resolution. NVIDIA also claims that it is 1.5x faster than the GTX 1660 6GB while having a power envelope of 120watts—making the GTX 1660Ti one of the best-performing GPUs in its class.
The GTX 1660Ti starts at $279(~Php 14.6k) depending on the brand, design, and region.