Sebastian Peak of PC Perspective has reviewed the mainstream NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti. The video card does not have support for RTX features such as DXR and DLSS, but still delivers impressive performance. The MSI GTX 1660 Ti GAMING X matched the GTX 1070 Ti in performance in some benchmarks but was significantly behind in others. The card overclocked well also. Overall the $299.99 price point was justified and it received a Gold Award. These results show some appreciable gains in all cases (with an odd win over the RTX 2060 in the Tomb Raider benchmark), and in general even this quick overclocking experiment with no voltage adjustment and a max 107% power limit with this MSI card was impressive. I think we'll see a TU116 GPU match the RTX 2060 with some slightly higher clocks, and that's from a card that starts at $100 less. Nice!