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What's happening at BTR *17*
#71
https://babeltechreviews.com/geforce-418...-analysis/

No need to upgrade unless you have a Turing card and want to check out DLSS ray tracing in BFV and in Metro Exodus.

Nu Audio card review OtW but maybe first an Adrenalin SW performance analysis followed by another bigger review later this week. Busy, busy, busy ...
Crazy_pilot
#72
Sound card review
https://babeltechreviews.com/evgas-nu-au.../view-all/

Tomorrow expect an Adrenalin SW performance analysis followed by another review on Friday morning. Then another one after the weekend and then back to VR ... unless something else comes up that takes priority ... like gaming
Gamer4
#73
Here's the 4th review since Monday:
https://babeltechreviews.com/the-evga-gt.../view-all/

Tl;DR The review uses 40 games benching the $279 stock-clocked EVGA GTX 1660 Ti XC Black and 7 other cards focusing on the $259 Red Devil RX 590, the $329 GTX 1070, and the formerly $249+ GTX 1060 SC. The new card does what it is supposed to do and its launch price is reasonable compared to the competing cards. Editor's Choice for the EVGA 1660 Ti XC Black.

OC Showdown vs the GTX 1070 and the RX 590 coming on Monday. Then VR most likely - I'll skip the new 419.17 driver analysis as its just the public launch drivers for the GTX 1660 Ti. I am not yet playing nor benching Anthem although I will consider it.

https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/new...dy-driver/
#74
So I read a few reviews, this is what im seeing.

1660ti is......
30% faster than a gtx 1060 6gb
20% faster than a rx 590
5% slower than a Vega 56
2% faster than a gtx 1070

*gains 11% more actual gaming performance when overclocked
*Power consumption 120 watts
*is quiet
* runs cool
* better price performance than gtx 1060 or 2060 and the fastest card per price performance.
* super card for 1080p, great card for 1440p

On newegg and other online shops have at least a handful of cards at $279

Nvidia will sell millions of these.
#75
(02-22-2019, 04:13 PM)happy medium Wrote: So I read a few reviews, this is what im seeing.

1660ti is......
30% faster than a gtx 1060 6gb
20% faster than a rx 590
5% slower than a Vega 56
2% faster than a gtx 1070

*gains 11% more actual gaming performance when overclocked
*Power consumption 120 watts
*is quiet
* runs cool
* better price performance than gtx 1060 or 2060 and the fastest card per price performance.
* super card for 1080p, great card for 1440p

On newegg and other online shops have at least a handful of cards at $279

Nvidia will sell millions of these.

Yes, that is a good summary and close to what I said (using a lot more words) in my own review. The RX 590 is outclassed and AMD fans will have to wait for Navi which is probably coming in 2H 2019.

It's a decent card and not overpriced considering the 1660 Ti is launching at $30 more expensive than the 1060 did. Nvidia says that 2/3rds of GeForce gamers have GTX 960 or slower cards so there is plenty of room to upgrade.
#76
"GTX 1660 Ti 4-way/40 game OC Shootout vs. the GTX 1070 & vs. the RX 590 & Vega 56"
https://babeltechreviews.com/the-gtx-166.../view-all/

New 419.35 driver.  Either I'll do a quick performance analysis or head into VR.  More rain is OtW . . .
Cloudy Cloudy-very Rain-little Rain-very
#77
I have been playing Devil May Cry 5 since it released this morning. I like it for a change. The controls are more PC friendly - and I already got a repeatable benchmark (~50 FPS on a RTX 2080 at Ultra/4K).

Stay tuned for something new for review next week. Then back to Turing vs. Pascal VR followed by something retro, and in-between, I'll add The Division as a benchmark. The benching suite number will stay at around 40-41 games as I will phase out The Division and probably another older game.
#78
Mario just reviewed Bannerman
https://babeltechreviews.com/bannermen-pc-game-review/

I'll have a new review up Thursday morning.
#79
EVGA GTX 1660 review with 41 games
https://babeltechreviews.com/evga-gtx-16.../view-all/
#80
(03-14-2019, 01:02 PM)apoppin Wrote: EVGA GTX 1660 review with 41 games
https://babeltechreviews.com/evga-gtx-16.../view-all/

I bought a 1080 Ti FT3 off a guy who said he had just got it back from warranty exchange from EVGA and had lots of good references. Seemed pretty pristine, he might be telling the truth.

No Turing for me unless they release a 1080 Ti like $700 card, don't care enough to pay $1000 for a graphics card these days. The FT3 wasn't much more than I'll get for my 1080 Ti FE, and runs my games well at 3440 X 1440, so yay me I guess.  Paladin


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