ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1660 6GB GDDR5 192-bit Gaming Graphics Card, Super Compact, ZT-T16600K-10M

Regular price $496.57

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SKU: E-83351

Category: Graphic card, New Arrivals, Featured Product

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Estimated Delivery : September 29 - October 05

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  • New turing architecture
  • Classic and modern games at 1080p at 60 fps. Supported os windows 10 / 8 / 7
  • Super compACt 8.5-inch card, fits 99% of systems
  • Dual slot, 4k/ HDR/ VR ready. Supported os - windows 10 / 7 64-bit, Linux 64-bit
  • 3 x DisplayPort 1.4, 1 x HDMI 2.0b
  • Boost clock 1785 mhz

Product Attributes:

Attribute NameAttribute Value
Max Screen Resolution7680 x 4320
Memory Speed1785 MHz
Graphics CoprocessorNVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080
Chipset BrandNVIDIA
Graphics Card Ram Size6 GB
AvailabilityIn Stock
Rating4 stars and up

Ratings & Reviews

Reviewed on June 06, 2023
I recently upgraded my gaming rig with the ZOTAC Gaming GeForce GTX 1660 6GB GDDR5 graphics card, and I must say, it has exceeded my expectations. This card delivers an impressive performance at an affordable price point, making it a fantastic option for gamers on a budget. First and foremost, the GTX 1660 shines when it comes to gaming. It handles the latest titles with ease, providing smooth and immersive gameplay experiences. I've been able to play games like Cyberpunk 2077 and Assassin's Creed Valhalla at 1080p resolution with high settings, and the performance has been outstanding. The visuals are crisp, and the frame rates are consistently high, making for a truly enjoyable gaming experience. The 6GB of GDDR5 memory is more than sufficient for most gaming needs. It allows for quick and seamless rendering of graphics, ensuring smooth transitions and preventing any noticeable lag or stuttering. The card's power efficiency is also commendable, as it doesn't consume excessive energy, keeping temperatures and noise levels in check. Installation was a breeze. The card fit perfectly into my system, and the accompanying software made it easy to optimize the settings for my specific needs. The compact size of the card is another plus, as it fits well in a variety of PC cases without any clearance issues. Additionally, the GTX 1660 offers excellent value for the price. Compared to higher-end graphics cards, it delivers a substantial performance boost without breaking the bank. For gamers who don't require 4K gaming or the latest ray tracing capabilities, this card is a smart investment. The ZOTAC Gaming GeForce GTX 1660 6GB GDDR5 is not just limited to gaming; it can handle content creation tasks with relative ease. Video editing, 3D modeling, and rendering benefit from the card's powerful capabilities, making it a versatile option for creative professionals as well.
Reviewed on July 24, 2023
Needed an upgrade for my old pavillion that wasnt made for gaming at all. From being barely able to play minecraft, i can now play at max settings. Gta 5 maxed out on ultra at 1080p is reaching over 90fps. All other games like peoject cars, asseto corasa, just cause 3, mafia 2, etc... plays 60fps no problem at 4k resolution. Happy with this graphics card and wont need another one anytime soon.
Reviewed on August 09, 2022
This 1660 is an excellent 2nd card if you just want to add more monitors, but don't want to pay as much as you did for your first card. To be clear, I don't game, I don't render video, I just trade stocks on this PC. I already had 4 monitors, but between utilizing multiple timeframes on the same ticker to make decisions, multiple order entry boxes(Level II), time and sale (tape) and then the desire to have more windows from my scanners up and more tickers to just be able to watch outside of the ones I'm already in, I felt I'd need to add a couple more monitors. Right now I'm only running 1 more hdmi out to a TV and I have a scanner running on it full screen, which works great, as opposed to what I was doing before, which was minimizing a browser which would block one of my trading screens when I pulled it back up. I thought when I first started trading that 2-3 monitors would be all I'd need. I could not have been more naive. Every bit of information you could possibly have, I'm willing to take. I'm a bit annoyed that I asked on here whether I could add another card. I actually got responses saying they didn't think so, meanwhile I KNOW I've seen other traders with 6-8 monitors, and having already a 3060ti in my build, I know in Zotac's Firestorm I've seen where the software allows you to click between up to 4 graphics cards in order to overclock them differently. So despite the responses received and using some logic to determine this was ok, I decided to go ahead and buy the 1660 and figured I'd return it if it didn't work out. I'm glad I did. My bequiet PSU actually had another set of 8pin outs that I wasn't using. My 3060ti was only using one, so I was able to use the other for the 1660. Worked like a charm! When I booted up my computer after install, it did take a little longer to boot up, but once I got home screen, I opened up Nvidia settings, I went straight to 'setup multiple monitors' and just fiddled around with things and I must say, nice and smooth. The 1660 is not as bad as I thought it would be. Actually almost just as clear, but the 3060ti is clearly a few notches above. It's just smoother and snappier. You can tell this with just the mouse movement alone and how it feels in your hand. This is partly bc my first pci slot is getting pci 4.0 and the 1660's pci slot is only able to offer 3.0 come to find out. All in all the 1660 was not intended to be some high definition card in the first place. At least not for my build. Overall, I'm happy. So now I'm running: AsRock x570 Taichi Razer Edition Ryzen 9 5900x overclocked to 4.4ghz at 1.25v Noctua Nh-U12a CPU Cooler Corsair Vengeance LPX 32x2 3800mhz cl18 (I could not get even 3600mhz using 4x16, which is what I really wanted bc it looks better imo) Zotac RTX 3060ti (you do not need more than this for trading) Zotac GTX 1660 BeQuiet Straight Power 850w Platinum PSU (I'm pulling about 265w total with both cards in, but that's with only 1 hdmi out being used on this new graphics card. I could end up pulling more one I use some of the display ports) Arctic F14 (2 in front, 1 in rear) Arctic P14 (2 in top) - The system is nice and quiet :) I have a monitor sitting in storage that I think I'm going to try in order to arrange my screens. Will report back if anything changes...