This wee GTX 1660 from Zotac has at least two fans

Subject: Graphics Cards | April 11, 2019 - 01:21 PM |
Tagged: zotac, nvidia, GTX 1660 Twin Fan 6GB, gtx 1660

Zotac's GeForce GTX 1660 Twin Fan 6G is designed for SFF systems, measuring 173.4x111.15x35.3mm (6.83x4.38x1.39") but still needing two slots which in this day and age of the triple wide is considered svelte.  The GPU Boost clock remains at the reference 1,785 MHz and while the memory runs at 8 GHz, it is worth noting it is GDDR5, not GDDR6 like you find in their GTX 1660 Ti.  With a bit of overclocking, either manually or with OC Scanner The Guru of 3D was able to hit ~2050 MHz Boost, 9.7GHz memory for about a 10% increase in performance.

While not a huge step up from a GTX 1060, the ~$220 price tag makes it worth consideration if you are running an older generation mid-range card.

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"In this article we test and review the new Zotac GeForce GTX 1660 Twin Fan, it is priced spot on 219 USD, the MSRP of the new non-Ti model, meet the small and compact GeForce GTX 1660 Twin Fan edition. Based on a dual fan and a small form factor it performs as expected."

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April 11, 2019 | 04:22 PM - Posted by BinkyTO (not verified)

Jeremy,

In the article you say that the card only needs 1 slot, but the image really looks like it needs 2. Confused

April 11, 2019 | 06:03 PM - Posted by Jeremy Hellstrom

You aren't the only confused one, I was in the middle of posting and had to go deal with other work and came back.

I was intending to make light of the fact it wasn't a triple slot and apparently lost the plot.

April 12, 2019 | 03:59 PM - Posted by BinkyTO (not verified)

Obviously, "a swing and a miss, strike one!" ;-)

April 12, 2019 | 04:12 PM - Posted by Jeremy Hellstrom

Count is now two balls, one strike, amiright?

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