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    Asus launches nine GeForce GTX 1660 Ti graphics cards

    Says it has "an option for everyone," with its ROG Strix, Dual, TUF and Phoenix cards.
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    Re: Asus launches nine GeForce GTX 1660 Ti graphics cards

    This is insane, WHO will even buy one of these cards at those prices? the vega 56 is much faster for £250 especially if undervolted, and the top strix oc card is £350! that's RTX 2060 territory, a massively faster card. Nvidia has gone mad, the top end of these cards should be no more than £230.

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    Re: Asus launches nine GeForce GTX 1660 Ti graphics cards

    Quote Originally Posted by PsyaNyde View Post
    This is insane, WHO will even buy one of these cards at those prices? the vega 56 is much faster for £250 especially if undervolted, and the top strix oc card is £350! that's RTX 2060 territory, a massively faster card. Nvidia has gone mad, the top end of these cards should be no more than £230.
    Pretty much exactly what I was thinking!

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    Re: Asus launches nine GeForce GTX 1660 Ti graphics cards

    Quote Originally Posted by PsyaNyde View Post
    This is insane, WHO will even buy one of these cards at those prices? the vega 56 is much faster for £250 especially if undervolted, and the top strix oc card is £350! that's RTX 2060 territory, a massively faster card. Nvidia has gone mad, the top end of these cards should be no more than £230.
    As long as ppl keep on buying them Nvidia can charge whatever they want.

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    Re: Asus launches nine GeForce GTX 1660 Ti graphics cards

    Quote Originally Posted by PsyaNyde View Post
    This is insane, WHO will even buy one of these cards at those prices? the vega 56 is much faster for £250 especially if undervolted, and the top strix oc card is £350! that's RTX 2060 territory, a massively faster card. Nvidia has gone mad, the top end of these cards should be no more than £230.
    It is no different at the top end either, for a strix 2080 you may as well buy a Ti!

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