- Jan 14, 2018
Without giving too much away, there is some stuff coming down the pipeline and the 1660ti and 65W CPU combo will be a much safer bet going forwardsNo guarantee the HDPlex 160w will drive a 1650ti, same as a 1060.
Some do, some don't. It's very hit and miss, I've had several HDPlex 160's that could not even sustain 160w, nevermind 200w peak.
Not shitty at all. Few years back T-variant chips are the go-to CPUs for SFF cases. Now everybody is pushing the boundaries, which is also great. Limiting your hardware and figuring out the best possible performance that you can squeeze from a limited cooling and power system, that what makes SFF fun IMHO.that seems like very shitty compromises when you start limiting your hardware
The wait is over my man, Dynamo mini(200w) or you have gurys daemon(?) which goes from 200-500w I think.Hopefully you're talking about the HDPlex 200. I'm waiting for that one for half a year now.
Wow I didn't know the Dynamo mini was up to 200w. That's impressive!The wait is over my man, Dynamo mini(200w) or you have gurys daemon(?) which goes from 200-500w I think.
Got my dynamo mini 2-3 weeks ago, did a few tests with 2400g(stock speeds) and 1060 asus 3gb and it runs great!
So ordered a zotac 1660 ti twin fan, gon be guud!
That looks nice. I see they're still making white cards. That would look so good in my case. I just have to find out which EU stores sell Galax and also ship to the US.I'm excited for the Galax / KFA2 GTX 1660ti Mini (http://www.galax.com/en/graphics-card/16-series/galax-geforce-gtx-1660ti-white-mini-1clickoc.html), comes in slightly smaller than the Zotac 1070 despite having smaller fans. I also appreciate them giving the dimensions with and without the bracket, which more manufacturers would do this.
The Zotac is actually 173.4mm and the Gigabyte is 170mm (first post in this thread). The Zotac is actually a bit smaller overall though due to the other dimensions.Were there previously any 1660ti cards under 190mm or is that MSI Aero card the first to be released?
Edit: Answering my own question, the Zotac 1660ti ZT0T16610F-10L has a card length of 145mm, with nearly the exact same spec including boost clock. Ergo, Zotac still has size victory. I'd be interested to see if the cooling methods used in each card produce a noticeable difference.