We begin with our usual pages that show the ins and outs of this graphics card with photos, all taken with an in-house photo-shoot of course. Palit offers a compact more simple looking card here with a dark PCB and single-fan dark looking cooler.
The StormX model is a budget version (the MSRP series) of the GeForce GTX 1660 Ti is powered by NVIDIA's more modest offering in Turing, lacking RT and Tensor cores. This is a TU116 graphics processor. These cards are fitted with 6 GB GDDR6 memory running at an effective data rate of 12 Gbps, which is a lower value from the 2060/2070/2080 cards. The product will sell for roughly 279 USD/EUR (at least it should be in that range). It follows a reference boost frequency of 1770 MHz.
The card has a new a dark look dual-slot design and has been fitted with one HDMI port, a DisplayPort and DVI connector. The GeForce GTX series has DisplayPort 1.4 connectors, 1.4a Ready, enabling support for 8K displays at 60Hz.
- Boost: 1,770 MHz
- Memory 12.0 Gbps GDDR6 (effective data-rate)
Leaving out extra monitor ports creates room for an exhaust vent. Mind you, lacking is a virtual link and NVLINK connector, SLI is not supported.