Yes it will work.Okay, bear with me here. Local to me I know there's a 1660 TI in stock. A cheaper 1660 super would need to be ordered. Now ultimately this card will not have a place in my new built as I want to be gaming at 1440 or 4K resolution! I do like the idea the 1660 maybe buying me sometime in the new build until I can get the ultimate next gen card that I want to settle on!
Keeping in mind everything that has been stated already I would just like it to be simple and clear for me. Other than a new 1660 GPU, I don't want to change my BIOS or any other Hardware in my current build....
Will this work? Will I see a notable Improvement?
Forgive me, as my username implys I'm getting up there in years so I'm not as bright as I once was......
Glad to hear it's running for you.Bond007,
you were right, It does work!
It being the Asus Strix 1660 Ti Advanced edition GPU
It's been a long day and I'm still tinkering so I'll leave further comments for later.......
The gpu should hand apex legends maxed at 1080p. So I would start there and then turn down settings that are labeled as cpu affected first (usually games give you some idea of which are cpu dependant).When I have time I'll give a fuller assessment of my situation. I've been tweaking settings and I'm going to try some games other than Apex Legends.
Initial thoughts are positive but I can't see running Apex at max settings.....surprise right!
I reinstalled Farcry 4 and it ran at ultra settings @1080p super fine.
I must say I'm really pumped at the prospect of a new build!....RGB build....oh yeah
Thank you all for your responses!