Not sure where you're getting that from. Initial estimates are that it will edge out both the 1660 Super and the 1660Ti.slower than a 1660?
Maybe from that headline from the other day that compared the 5500XT to the plain-jane 1660. I thought it was a kind of an odd lineup, but I could see the reasoning I guess with the plain-jane 1660 having occasional price dips into 5500XT 8GB territory.Sorry guys. I misread the article. I thought it said 5500XT Not 5600XT.
I'm not sure how Nvidia worked it out with EVGA, but coming down to that price point and the timing of the announcement totally stole the 5600XT's thunder.I was under the impression that the KO was an EVGA-specific thing, rather than a new variant offered by Nvidia to all board partners.
Could be - but I think it's a different thing when one board partner (in this case, EVGA) is offering a no-frills variant of the card, rather than Nvidia creating a new model, say, I dunno, 2060 Lite or whatever. Not quite the same impact.I'm not sure how Nvidia worked it out with EVGA, but coming down to that price point and the timing of the announcement totally stole the 5600XT's thunder.