ZOTAC GTX 1660 SUPER Twin Fan Review

👤by David Mitchelson Comments 📅05-11-19
Power, Temperatures, Acoustics

To test for power consumption, we take a measurement from the plug socket. It is important to note that the figures below represent total system power use and not just the GPU. The CPU was always in a fixed state (4GHz overclock) so did not affect the additional power load when the GPU was placed under 100% load using Heaven 4.0 which was ran for 20 minutes at which point a load reading was taken. Idle readings were taken 5 minutes after system boot to ensure any background services and applications had loaded.


To test temperatures we measured idle temperatures after booting windows, letting all applications finish loading and ran a few benchmarks. Once the benchmarks were complete we left the card to reach a cooling plateau where we then took the idle temperatures. For the load tests we set Heaven 4.0 running continuously for ~30 minutes recorded the peak/maximum GPU temperature.


Compared to the INNO3D GTX 1660 SUPER Twin X2 which we reviewed prior to the ZOTAC card, ZOTAC’s offering is much quieter. Under load it presents little by way of noise.

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