ASUS Join The GeForce GTX 16 SUPER Party
If you’re looking at the top line of ASUS products of course you’ll think ROG. ASUS have ROG Strix versions of GeForce GTX 1660 and 1650 SUPER graphics cards. Utilising ASUS DirectCU II cooling means copper heatpipes are in direct contact with the die for high heat transfer.
Of course to dissipate that heat you’re going to need some fans so ASUS are throwing in their latest Axial-tech fans. These fans offer improved static pressure and lower noise output.
Next in the ASUS 160 SUPER queue are the TUF Gaming series, again both 1660 and 1650 cards are offered. Using DirectCU cooling, a super strong back plate and fans that contain space-grade lubricant and are sealed to IP5X standards.
Lastly there’s the still powerful standard models, Dual GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER and Phoenix GeForce GTX 1660 and 1650 SUPER. The Dual features two fans with Axial-tech fan design and IP5X dust resistance for powerful cooling and consistent performance. The Phoenix is smaller, with a single fan, perfect for chassis with limited space. It leverages the patented ASUS Wing-blade fan design to produce ample performance despite its smaller size.
The ROG Strix, ASUS TUF Gaming, Dual EVO and Phoenix GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER graphics cards will be available worldwide on October 29, 2019. Pricing is expected to be AUD $399 for the Phoenix, AUD $419 for the TUF, and AUD $469.00 for the TUF3. ROG Strix, ASUS TUF Gaming, and Phoenix GeForce GTX 1650 SUPER will be available worldwide on November 22, 2019.