Style:Graphics Card | Size:XC Gaming The EVGA GeForce GTX K-series graphics cards are powered by the all-new NVIDIA Turing architecture to give you incredible new levels of gaming realism, speed, power efficiency, and immersion. With the evgageforce GTX 16-series gaming cards you get the best gaming experience with next generation graphics performance, ice cold cooling, and advanced overclocking features with the all new EVGA Precision x1 software.
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- Amazing value. I had my gtx 770 for about 6 years and I finally decided that I needed to upgrade. I’m extremely satisfied and pleased with how well I can run games now(very high-ultra on 1080p). Compared to the other brands, the EVGA build quality is very solid, with no cheap and loose components. I am extremely satisfied and would recommend this to anyone who is looking to upgrade their card with a budget below $350. If you can save the extra $60-80, I would recommend you purchase the rtx 2060.Edit: 2.28.19Please don’t be discouraged by the initial rating. Amazon initially posted the wrong image for the 1660ti, alot of people including myself assumed this was the xc ultra which included 2 fans and didn’t take up 3 slots. This was an Amazon error and not an issue with the product itself. It’s unfortunate that it wasn’t corrected immediately but it’s unfair to punish the rating of the image low and not the product itself. Regardless, if you have room to accommodate 3 slots and have an ATX mobo then this is a great option. Just make sure you have a compatible mobo to go with the card.
- Day of release Amazon had a different picture up of a completely different version of the EVGA 1660ti. It had two fans and was what I wanted. So after purchasing it, and checking my tracking info later in the week, the picture changed to it’s current form with only 1 fan, and a triple slot design. That won’t work in my computer case. So I’m going to need to return the this card and get one that will work.
- Was excited for this card as it would be a nice upgrade to my wife’s system from her old 290X. When installed, the system would not complete the POST or pass the BIOS splash screen. I installed it in my rig and it booted but was not showing up in the device manager at all despite it actually allowing the system to boot and push an image to a single monitor. I tried reinstalling the latest driver for it, but it did not fix the issue. I contacted EVGA support and they determined that the card was defective and would RMA it but would be a refurb unit… Totally unacceptable for a brand new card arriving DoA to replace with a refurbished unit. I could see if it were a few months-years old, but brand new? So I put in for a replacement from Amazon, but they sat on the replacement order for nearly a week before processing it to let me know that it would be delayed yet another 5 days because they were now out of stock.
- It’s a great card for 1080p gaming, and the performance boost in my modest rig makes the upgrade from a perfectly good EVGA 1060 6G OC is noticeable. I was afraid that the difference wouldn’t be worth the cost, but so far I’m liking the results. I went with EVGA based on the build quality and durability of the last few EVGA cards I’ve owned, no reason to think this card will be any different.I’ve got an I5-4400 on an older Dell MB with 16GB DDR3 ram and a 750W PSU shoved in a Coolermaster case. It’s a budget rig, and this budget card lets it run Insurgency: Sandstorm with all the settings maxed at 75 fps. With the 1060 i’d turn down the settings to get smooth gameplay. Runs CIV6 like a champ, and the 1060 would chug a little in the late game.Fan noise is the same or less than I had with the 1060. It does eat up three slots, so make sure there’s room or look at a double fan version.Bottom line is that if you’ve got a modestly good CPU with enough RAM and the required power supply, with the space in the case to support the 3 slot profile, this card will let you crank the settings up to max on anything but the most bleeding edge games in 1080p at under three bills.Budget gamers will like this card.
- I was a bit skeptical about this video card. Especially since it’s unproven tech, and was just released. However having received mine today and seen first hand the performance gains over the 1050 Ti and 1060 6g video cards. I’m a believer. This is an EXCELLENT video card for the cost, and runs anything you throw at it with ease. Its a 1080p powerhouse.Playing games at 1440p is also doable, and very smooth. 4k is not that great for current titles and applications, but it can easily run older games at 4k with ultra settings no problem. The rule of thumb here would be how many years old is the game? The older it is, the more likely the chance that this card will run it at max settings in 4k.I highly recommend this video card at the price point of 289.99, and would still recommend it on up to 325 or so. Once you reach the 350 zone or higher, you might want to consider the 2070.Should my opinion of this card change. I will return and update my review to reflect why.
- When I first bought the card, I ordered the Dual-Fan model. Amazon did not list the right card and I received the fatter 3 slot model. TBH I didn’t really care that much, the cards perform the same. Now that I have the card in my system I don’t have any complaints. It looks pretty good too! Coming from a 1060 3gb, it is a noticeable improvement. It puts out respectable frame rate, but the main selling point for me is the ability to stream my games to twitch without game studder. I recommend this card for anyone upgrading their pre-exhisting system. If your building a system new, look at a 2060 at a decent deal. It would be better for future proofing. But the 1660ti is perfect for anyone who is looking for a cheaper card that can do most things you throw at it.My system for comparissoni7-6700k OC 4.7EVGA 1660ti OC +90mhz +750mhz16gb ripjaw 3000mhz
- So far the card is working great! Upgraded from GTX 1060 6GB. Going to use the 1060 in a second computer.