NVIDIA GTX 1660 Ti for Laptops Leaked by Dell

A previous listing of a Dell Gaming Laptop mentioned an RTX 2050. As spotted by a reader of Notebookcheck, the listing has been changed to an NVIDIA GTX 1660 Ti instead. The product page for the Dell G5 15 reads that the USB-C Thunderbolt port will come with systems running a 2060 or higher.

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The Product Page for the G5 15 shows a GTX 1660Ti now instead of a RTX 2050

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Existing mobile GPUs from NVIDIA, the RTX 2080, 2070 and 2060 are code-named N18E-G3, N18E-G2 and N18E-G1 respectively. Recently, a mobile GPU codenamed N18E-G0 appeared on Notebookcheck’s database. This confirms the existence of a mobile version of the GTX 1660Ti

The Desktop grade NVIDIA GTX 1660 Ti lacks Ray-tracing, Tensor cores and DLSS support. However, it’s the fastest sub $300 Graphics Card and is arguably the best-valued mainstream GPU at present.

With the rumored GTX 1660 and GTX 1650 leaks, we might also be looking at mobile versions of these GPUs in the future. These new GPUs would work great in entry-level gaming laptops, offering decent 1080p performance at a budget.

Further Reading:

9th Gen H-Series CPU Specs Revealed by Intel; to be announced by 21st May


List of 32 Unannounced, Unreleased Intel 9th Gen Coffee Lake-Refresh CPUs Released

Ambarish Senguptahttps://www.hardwarechatter.com/
I've damaged way too many processors than I'd like to admit. Music and Sim Racing keep me sane; that is until I get a strange itch to tinker with stuff again.

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