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Old 27-05-19, 06:05 PM
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Palit GTX 1650, 1660 and 1660 Ti StormX Review Roundup

The latest additions to the Nvidia range can be bewildering, so thanks to Palit we've got a roundup of all the new GTX cards and their relative performance.



Have a look at our Palit GTX 1650, GTX 1660 and GTX 1660 Ti GPU roundup.

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Old 27-05-19, 10:28 PM
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I do like Palit cards I had 2 of them, a GTS 450 Sonic and my current Jetstream GTX 1080. I have not had any issue with either
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Why spend £300-odd to get playable 1080P when you can grab a XBOX One X or PS4 Pro and go 4K?
I assume you mean GPU only seeing as this is in reference to GPU review?
A "gaming" rig for £300 is just un-realistic, I've tried for friends before and what you end up with is the worst PC possible, rubbish processor, hardly any and very slow ram, a gpu that can barely encode H264 a mechanical drive, case made of recycled coca cola cans and a psu that is so bad you expect to see it in a 1990's Packard bell. You'll be lucky to run chrome on a £300 rig let alone a AAA title at 1080p unless we are classing sub 30fps as gaming?

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I do like Palit cards I had 2 of them, a GTS 450 Sonic and my current Jetstream GTX 1080. I have not had any issue with either
Agreed, I have a 1070 palit dual, noting wrong with it, might give 2fps less than the £100 more Asus and no RGB but as far as user experience goes, its a 1070 hardly any difference between the models.
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