NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti AoTS Benchmark Leaked, Equal Performance to GTX 1070, 25% Faster than GTX 1060


NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti is easily the most eagerly anticipated piece of tech right now. This past week we have seen countless leaks like leaked images, specs, benchmarks etc. The most recent benchmark leak was spotted in Final Fantasy XV benchmark database by Twitter user TUM APISAK. Now, the same person has uncovered another benchmark score, this time the benchmark results are from Ashes of The Singularity. This benchmark result has been seen before also with the graphics quality set at High preset at 1080p resolution.


The new results which were posted on Twitter are at Crazy preset at 1080p resolution. The GeForce GTX 1660 Ti was able to score a total of 4800 points with all the details set at HD resolution. Following are the scores of GeForce GTX 1660 Ti along with other GPUs.

Ashes of the Singularity – Escalation Stats Crazy (1080p) Score

  • RTX 2060 – 5500
  • GTX 1070 – 4900
  • GTX 1660 Ti – 4800
  • GTX 1060 – 3800

Observing the results reveals a performance boost of 25 percent for the GTX 1660 Ti over the GTX 1060. The performance is almost the same when compared to GTX 1070, there’s a difference of just 100 points between the two. When compared to RTX 2060, the GTX 1660 Ti is about 14 percent slower than the RTX GPU.

The performance stats are quite impressive, but then again, how NVIDIA prices this card will be quite crucial to how it actually performs in the market. The Turing based NVIDIA GTX 1660 Ti is going to be launched on February 22.

Further Reading:

RT Cores Not Needed For Raytracing Says Metro Exodus Dev

Metro Exodus: NVIDIA RTX Raytracing and DLSS Performance

Harshit Sharma
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  1. I hope it can do better because that’s not enough to justify the price of $279 compared to the $349 for the much more powerful and Ray tracing enabled RTX 2060.
    This card should be priced at $249 instead.

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