Today, NVIDIA officially lifted the lid on two new GPUs with the GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER and the GeForce 1650 SUPER. Both of them will continue using the Turing architecture.
Aimed at the money conscious gamer, with NVIDIA aiming their sights at the entry-level market to give you a reasonable 1080p experience. That's still the most popular resolution with gamers, as shown by Valve's survey and our own.
- Base Clock: 1530 - Boost Clock: 1785
- Memory: 6GB GDDR6
- Memory Speed: 14 Gbps
- TDP: 125w
- Base clock: 1530 - Boost Clock: 1725
- Memory: 4GB GDDR6
- Memory Speed: 12 Gbps
- TDP: 100w
The GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER will be available from today starting at $229, while the GeForce GTX 1650 SUPER will be available from November 22 but pricing hasn't been announced yet.
I would expect NVIDIA to keep up their good Linux support so I imagine a driver update will land sometime soon with support for the GTX 1660 SUPER. If that releases today, I will add a link in here.
Update: Turns out the recent beta release of the 440.26 Linux driver actually included GTX 1660 SUPER support an NVIDIA rep told me today. They've updated the release notes on it to now say so.