GTX 1660 Ti vs RTX 2060 – Gaming Laptop Comparison

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GTX 1660 Ti vs RTX 2060 – Gaming Laptop Comparison

Which graphics should you pick in your next
laptop? The Nvidia GTX 1660 Ti, or is it worth paying more for the RTX 2060? In this comparison
we’ll take a look at the differences in gaming performance, thermals, battery life
and more to help you decide which is worth it. Let’s take a look at how the laptop GTX
1660 Ti and RTX 2060 differ in terms of specs. The RTX 2060 has 25% more CUDA cores than
the 1660 Ti, however the 1660 Ti is capable of higher base and boost clock speeds. Both
graphics options have 6GB of GDDR6 memory, however the 2060’s is a bit faster. The power limits of both graphics also differ
a bit, the 1660 Ti is available with options from 60 watts up to 80 watts, while the 2060
can be found in 80 and 90 watt configurations. In my case both graphics are running at the
top end of the specified GPU power limit, so my 1660 Ti runs at 80 watts while the 2060
runs at 90 watts, expect different results with different power limits. This will vary
between laptops, so unfortunately these results aren’t globally applicable, but should show
us the differences between the best possible 1660 Ti and 2060 laptops. The reason I’m comparing these two is because
the RTX 2060 is the next step up from the GTX 1660 Ti at the moment. To compare fairly I’ve basically got two
of the same laptop so I can do the most possible apples to apples comparison. Massive thanks
to Metabox here in Australia for lending me these units to do this comparison, you can
find prices and links in the description. These are the same Clevo chassis, the only
difference is that one has the GTX 1660 Ti while the other one has the RTX 2060. Both laptops otherwise have the same i7-9750H
CPU, same 16gb of memory in dual channel, same battery and cooling solution, making
this ideal for a best case GPU comparison as we want to minimize as many other component
differences as possible. Both laptops were tested on the same day under
the same conditions with the same Windows updates and Nvidia drivers installed, so let’s
get into the results. Control was tested walking through the start
of the game with the high setting preset, which is the highest option available. In
this game the RTX 2060 was scoring almost 22% higher average FPS, while the 1% low result
from the 2060 wasn’t far behind the average FPS from the 1660 Ti. Ghost Recon Breakpoint was tested using the
built in benchmark at ultra settings, and this game saw one of the smallest differences
between the two graphics out of all games tested with just a 7% higher average frame
rate with the 2060, however there was a larger 27% improvement seen to the 1% low performance. Borderlands 3 was also tested with ultra settings
using the game’s built in benchmark tool, this time the 2060 was 13.5% ahead of the
1660 Ti in terms of average frame rate, with a slightly higher 15% increase to the 1% low
performance. Battlefield 5 was tested with ultra settings
in campaign mode. I’ve also tested it with RTX on, shown by the green bars, and RTX off
in purple. With RTX off the 2060 was 14.5% ahead of the 1660 Ti in terms of average FPS,
but with RTX on the 2060 was almost 50% faster. This larger difference is due to the RTX hardware
the 2060 offers, though at ultra settings the frame rates still weren’t great for
a first person shooter. Apex legends was tested with max settings
in the new season 3 map. The 2060 was reaching average frame rates 14.5% higher than the
1660 Ti, with a smaller 10% increase to 1% low performance. Realistically the game was
still very playable even maxed out on either though. Shadow of the Tomb Raider was tested with
the built in benchmark, and with the highest setting preset it tends to be fairly GPU bound,
which probably explains why the 2060 was a higher 17.6% ahead of the 1660 Ti in average
FPS. The Division 2 was also tested with the built
in benchmark with ultra settings. There was no real difference in terms of 1% low in this
game, while the 2060 was able to achieve an 11% higher average frame rate over the 1660
Ti. Fortnite was tested using the replay feature
with the exact same replay on each machine using epic settings. In this test the 2060
was 16% ahead of the 1660 Ti in average FPS, with a smaller 9% improvement to the 1% low. PUBG was also tested with the same replay
on each machine at max settings. This game saw a much larger 26% higher average frame
rate with the 2060, with an even bigger 31% higher 1% low, so it seems that this game
really benefits from the 2060. F1 2019 was tested with the built in benchmark
with the highest setting preset, and was on the lower side out of the games tested with
just an 8% improvement to average FPS with the 2060, however the improvement to the 1%
low was about double this, with the 2060 scoring a 16% lead in that regard. Metro Exodus was also tested with the built
in benchmark at ultra settings, and at higher setting levels it gets quite GPU bound, resulting
in the 2060 performing 20% better in terms of average frame rate, with almost a similar
boost to the 1% low, which was 19.4% higher than the 1660 Ti. CS:GO was tested with the Ulletical FPS benchmark
at max settings. This game tends to be fairly CPU bound, so a change in graphics only usually
makes little difference, which was the case here. The 2060 was only 2.6% faster in terms
of average FPS, putting this game in last place out of all titles tested in terms of
differences. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey was tested with
the built in benchmark at maximum settings. Like CS:GO just before it, I’ve found this
test to be quite CPU heavy, so the change in graphics doesn’t really matter as much
compared to most other games tested. There was just a 5% increase to average frame rate
with the 2060 here. Rainbow Six Siege was also tested with the
built in benchmark at ultra settings. This game was about on average with the other games,
scoring 14% higher average FPS with the 2060, with a slightly higher 16% boost to 1% low
performance when compared with the 1660 Ti. Overwatch was tested in the practice range
as it allows me to perform the exact same test run, perfect for a comparison like this.
At epic settings the 2060 was 15% ahead of the 1660 Ti in average FPS, and almost 10%
ahead in 1% low performance. The Witcher 3 tends to be more GPU bound in
my experience, and was another game that scored above average out of the titles tested with
the 2060, getting a 17% higher average frame rate, and a slightly lower 15% increase to
the 1% low. Strange Brigade was tested with the built
in benchmark and is our only Vulkan title. At ultra settings there was an above average
19% higher average frame rate with the RTX 2060, and the 1% low rose by the same amount
too. In terms of overall improvement, over these
17 games the 2060 graphics is performing just 14% better in terms of average FPS. As you
can see, the performance difference varies between games, tests that are more CPU bound
like CS:GO and Assassin’s Creed Odyssey saw much lower differences while others like
control saw more than a 20% improvement with the 2060. I’ve also tested some synthetic benchmarks,
including 3DMark’s Time Spy, Fire Strike, and Port Royal. As these are synthetic graphical
tests, the differences are larger than most of the games just tested, with the 2060 coming
out 20% higher than the 1660 Ti in Fire Strike and Time Spy. Port Royal uses ray tracing,
and as this is expected to perform much better on the 2060 due to its RTX hardware its score
was over 150% higher. As both machines have the same cooling solution
and thermal paste we can accurately compare temperature differences. I left both laptops
running the Heaven benchmark at max settings for an hour in a room with an ambient temperature
of 22 degrees Celsius, and the 2060 was clearly warmer, so in games the additional performance
will come at the cost of additional heat. This makes sense when we consider that the
2060 is going to draw more power in order to hit higher levels of performance. My 2060
has a 90 watt TDP while my 1660 Ti has an 80 watt TDP. While playing the Witcher 3 at
ultra settings we can see the 2060 laptop was using 20% more power, which resulted in
17% higher average FPS in this title. The lower power draw of the 1660 Ti seems
to translate into increased battery life too. As both laptops have removable batteries I
actually took out the battery from one of the laptops to test with both machines, so
they were both tested with the exact same battery. The 1660 Ti laptop lasted around
26% longer while playing the Witcher 3, and this was with Nvidia battery boost capping
the frame rate to 30 FPS, however with this particular battery both laptops weren’t
passing 26 FPS anyway. Now for the final difference, the price, you
can check the links in the description for up to date laptop prices with either graphics
card, as prices will change over time. This will depend on where you live, but in general
expect the RTX 2060 to cost more money, as it’s a higher tier graphics option. Let’s start with US pricing, in this example
this same Clevo chassis with 1660 Ti is $1189 USD, while the 2060 model with same specs
is $100 more at $1289 USD, so 8.4% money for an on average 14% higher average frame rate,
sounds ok to me. I’ll use the Lenovo Y540 as another example,
the 1660 Ti model starts at $900 USD at the moment, while the 2060 is only an extra $100,
or $90 with the current sale, so 10% more money, again sounds pretty fair relative to
the performance increase. If you spec both up higher the difference between the two as
a percentage should lower too, for example with the more expensive i7 CPU, 144Hz screen
and dual channel memory, the total cost is higher but the difference between the 1660
Ti and 2060 is still $90 USD, meaning the 2060 is just 7.7% more money now. Here in Australia if we compare these two
machines from Metabox the 1660 Ti model is $1783 AUD while the 2060 model is $1973 AUD,
so again around 10% more money for the 2060. The improvement definitely isn’t that large
between the two, granted it does depend on the game, but based on these prices I think
it does represent a fair improvement, you’re kind of getting the increase you’re paying
for. This is of course with the highest 1660 Ti and 2060 though, if you get a laptop with
a lower powered 80 watt 2060 then the differences will be less. Unfortunately it’s difficult
to know the power limit in most cases as it’s not advertised, they’re all just advertised
as being 2060, so you’ll have to check reviews like mine to see what configuration a specific
model is sold with. There’s also the argument of ray tracing.
Although GTX graphics can now run RTX games, the performance is generally nowhere near
as good compared to the RTX graphics that speed up these tasks at the hardware level.
With that said though, personally I don’t think the RTX 2060 is that impressive in regards
to ray tracing, in many of the games I test turning it on drops the frame rate quite a
bit, I’d prefer to just run RTX off with higher settings and get higher FPS, but that’s
me. This may change in the future as more games start to implement ray tracing and it
becomes better optimized, but at the moment the selection of games is quite small and
the performance on the 2060 isn’t that impressive so I wouldn’t be buying the 2060 purely
for ray tracing in mind. If you are interested in using RTX at a base level though, then
the 2060 will give you much better results than the 1660 Ti. As we’ve seen in general the price increase
for the 2060 seems fair over the 1660 Ti, so personally if I was buying today I’d
just pay the extra for a similar boost to overall performance, ray tracing aside. With
that said though, I think the 1660 Ti is a great sweet spot for laptop gaming today,
so you can’t really go wrong with that either. Let me know which graphics you’d pick down
in the comments for your next laptop, and if you’re new to the channel consider getting
subscribed for more upcoming laptop comparisons and future tech videos like this one.


genexis_x · October 9, 2019 at 1:54 pm

Wait the NH58RDQ has 90W variant of 2060?

Sebanicus · October 9, 2019 at 1:58 pm

Great video Jarrod!!!

arshiya nozaiem · October 9, 2019 at 1:59 pm

The 2060 helios300 is over 400 dollars more than the 1660 ti model. It isn't really realistic XD

Olli Laaksometsä · October 9, 2019 at 2:03 pm

Hiya Jarrod! I'm thinking of buying the Lenovo Y540 and it has two options for me, the 1660ti and 2060. The price difference is 200eur and i would need to upgrade the 1660ti one with an additional 8gb RAM stick, which the 2060 one has installed already. To me this starts to feel like a no brainer to skip the 1660ti and go straight for the one with 2060 and 16gb of RAM. Any thoughts? If you have a chance, please review the Y540 with the RTX 2060 with 16gb of RAM! PS Thanks a bunch for your videos! I have like two or three subs and you are one of those. A praise in Finland does not go higher than that.

StonedNoob · October 9, 2019 at 2:06 pm

Can't wait for you to review the Mag 15

Itsstock09 · October 9, 2019 at 2:21 pm

@Jarrod'sTech would the 1660 TI be sufficient enough to handle video editing such as premiere pro and some light 4k footage

Bob joe · October 9, 2019 at 2:22 pm

This laptop looks identical to aftershock's forge 15…. 😅

Brian The Person · October 9, 2019 at 2:22 pm

Thank you man I really needed this for my list of laptops to get 🙏🙏

mahaboob ali ashraf Mohammad · October 9, 2019 at 2:30 pm

Hey ! First of all keep up the good work 😄
Can u put the benchmarks in a text file or something?

Uruglot · October 9, 2019 at 2:32 pm

I heard, that next our card can be is RX 5500M… =)

neeeeds · October 9, 2019 at 2:32 pm

Can you do a similar video comparing the 2 graphic card options for Vapor Pro 15? The difference is about $400-$500 for the two GPU offered

Jia Xm · October 9, 2019 at 2:43 pm

Can you compare RTX 2060 and RTX2070 max q with similar chassis laptop? Cause different manufacturers calibrate these graphic cards really differently.

Rohan Singh · October 9, 2019 at 2:43 pm

Just a random question what games do you love?

Saxon Myx · October 9, 2019 at 2:45 pm

I find it not appropriate to compare and convert the fps in terms of percentage. E.g. The game runs at 20 fps if it gains another 20fps then it's 100% gain in performance but when the game runs at 100 fps but also gain 20fps then that is only a 20% gain. Please do correct me if I'm wrong. 😅

yao8 · October 9, 2019 at 2:53 pm

Holy shit, those laptops look like Helios 300 clones from afar haha

Terreos · October 9, 2019 at 2:54 pm

Full heartedly agree that if budget permits to just get the 2060. Unless you get a really good deal on the 1660ti it’s just not worth it. Though some manufacturers charge waaaay too much for a 2060 laptop.

CyberDemon Gaming · October 9, 2019 at 2:57 pm

Hey bro I m getting a rtx 2060

Christoph Herberholz · October 9, 2019 at 3:00 pm

That's the first time i hear about a 90W variant of the 2060?! Is that a newer model of this gpu?
To be honest, therefore i think it's not the best comparision as 99% of the 2060s are running with the same 80W like the 1660Ti does. So normally the gap is quite a bit smaller, isn't it?
As you obviously got the successor of the NH58ED for this comparison, can we expect a video review about the Nh58RDQ?

Johan Camilo Mantilla · October 9, 2019 at 3:04 pm

I'm glad for your videos, helps to make a good buy.

TechTom · October 9, 2019 at 3:11 pm

I have a rtx 2060 in my laptop and reach easily 300fps on low settings in overwatch

ali hasan · October 9, 2019 at 3:13 pm

Please make a comparatoin between
Clevo NH58RDQ RTX 2060
Acer Helios 300 1660ti

Alexandros · October 9, 2019 at 3:17 pm

Is the 1660ti dell g5 laptop more likely to have better thermals than the rtx model that you reviewed?

watch yo mouth kid · October 9, 2019 at 3:20 pm

I just got mine a helios 300 with rtx 2060 and 2×16 of ram. I gotta say it is worth the money and I am very satisfied with this laptop💓😍.

Lazy Cat · October 9, 2019 at 3:37 pm

I7 8750H is nearly same as i7 9750H right?

Logan Hum · October 9, 2019 at 3:43 pm

The best review I needed right now. User friendly specs pick, making it relatable to us the average gamers

Oliwarder · October 9, 2019 at 3:55 pm

Ok, quick results:
– rtx 2060 doesn't worth it nowadays
– rtx 2060 – well for the future
– gtx 1660 ti – best variant for present games
– gtx 1660 ti will be cope with games on ultra/high settings for about 2 years. But future updates will make 1660 ti slower.

sickre · October 9, 2019 at 4:15 pm

No fan noise analysis, no point.

irakli Mgeladze · October 9, 2019 at 4:24 pm

NVidia's Mobile RTX is a joke. Just unlock power limit of gtx 1660ti till 90 W at it will be almost same with 2060

pablo rdz · October 9, 2019 at 4:24 pm

Think you can add Destiny 2 to the benchmarks? It's mainly what I play and there aren't many

Jack Wood · October 9, 2019 at 4:31 pm

7:11 Its awesome that you do that. 👍

northborneo27 · October 9, 2019 at 4:38 pm

almost the same price, better get the rtx one

MEOW Meow · October 9, 2019 at 4:46 pm

Can u do a compare between Scar II RTX2060 I7 8gen and the Scar III 1660Ti I7 9gen?

GranSatan · October 9, 2019 at 4:52 pm

i5 9300h vs i7 9750 plz !

Gautham Ramesh · October 9, 2019 at 4:58 pm

Any information regarding DotA 2 :'l

Mr. Ricochet · October 9, 2019 at 5:17 pm

What about 1660Ti vs 2070? is the difference quite big, or just another 10% more than the 2060?

Yashwant Dodve · October 9, 2019 at 5:33 pm

Needed this video. Thanks a lot Jarod!

Lucas Vissani · October 9, 2019 at 5:34 pm

Just an advice, you should start doing VR tests since it's becoming more and more mainstream for gamers. I know that not all laptops have the right connectors for VR but it would give an idea for consumers if the combination of graphics+cpu would be enough for VR.
Love the content!

Sinan · October 9, 2019 at 5:45 pm

Gods bless you

Albert Wesker · October 9, 2019 at 5:48 pm point to buy laptop with 2060 while I got 1070m

Kirito Maru · October 9, 2019 at 5:55 pm

Hi just wanna ask a question. On the acer helios 300 2019 , is it ok to leave the turbo mode on all the time? or use that option always? will there be a future damage on the fans/laptop in the future? Thanks . Nice video explanation btw 😀

Lillemann Alexandre · October 9, 2019 at 6:06 pm

Could you do the same but between 2060 laptop vs 2070 max-q thank

Naga Lives Matter · October 9, 2019 at 6:08 pm

I've been hanging for this comparison since buying my new laptop. Thanks for showing it was worth the extra $100.

Great review. Easily my go to now for hardware reviews. 👍

memphis611 · October 9, 2019 at 6:11 pm

Was in the market for a gaming laptop, went with msi gs65 stealth 1660ti. The 2060 was 200 bucks more at best buy

Soham Nag · October 9, 2019 at 6:20 pm

God bless you man !! You’re easily among the top 3 reviewers on YouTube. Your videos are so full of content !!

Morning Midnight · October 9, 2019 at 6:29 pm

I wonder if they both ran on 80W if the gap would be slim. Yet the future proofing for the newer technology is undeniable, that is if you have the money to burn.

Bestof Anime · October 9, 2019 at 6:58 pm

if u've got ultrawide 2560×1080 RTX 2060 is perfect.

amirbahalegharn365 · October 9, 2019 at 7:01 pm

thanks for the video.specially the temps…because for many,thermals &less working fan is what they want in their laptop;especially as laptops have shared pipelines which translates to increase/decrease cpu temps as well.

Bryan Urteaga · October 9, 2019 at 7:25 pm

Hi Jarrod's, great video.
Could you make a video in which you explain how to properly perform an undervolt, the software you use and details about it as the fact that it is automatically configured and so on?
Thank you so much.

Ivo Esteves · October 9, 2019 at 7:32 pm

Both GPUs are behemoths ! @Jarrod'sTech, could you benchmark Destiny 2? I returned to the game, and im willing to update from my laptop to a new one and that is the game i play the most now.

Tech Help · October 9, 2019 at 7:50 pm

Great content again jarrod!

W · October 9, 2019 at 8:22 pm

Here's the thing. I have a MSI GS65 with a 1660ti and I much prefer this for a laptop GPU over the 2060 variant which at the time was $200 more expensive. Couple of logical reasons bare with me:

First, The 1660ti runs cooler. Yes it's not as well in performance however for a laptop where heat management is a core issue if you're a gamer. It makes the most sense to have a good thermal result with good gpu performance. I was able to overclock my GPU with afterburner to run core 2050MHZ and 6285mhz memory and I have excellent performance while still have better thermals compared to a 2060.

Second, Even if say a laptop was $50 more for a 2060. To me theres not a point because at 144hz a 2060 card can't run RTX games with RTX. So it's a selling feature that to me is pointless. You pretty much have to go for 2070+ if you're going to say "but you can run RTX on a 2060 over 1660ti". The correct detriment that should be mentioned with a 2060 vs 1660ti is you can run G sync on an external monitor only on a 2060 and not a 1660ti. So with that said, if you do plan on running a 144hz monitor at optimal frames then it makes sense. However this can be mitigated entirely by just buying a configured 1660ti laptop with a good 144hz screen.

Third, the price for performance at best is worth $100 more for a 2060 but to me the 1660ti is a clear winner. The performance is still excellent and I love that my laptop runs cooler. Which indirectly affects my CPU running cooler.

wesley lewis · October 9, 2019 at 9:21 pm

naw screw the 2060 i am getting a monster 2080 laptop from asus

xitup1 · October 9, 2019 at 9:25 pm

I appreciate all the work you did here comparing these. Your results are right on par with the results on USER BENCHMARK. They have the rtx 2060 performing on average 16% faster than the gtx 1660ti.

GoTeamScotch · October 9, 2019 at 9:29 pm

This video is the perfect blend between technical details and simple information. Solid work

The Neogamer · October 9, 2019 at 9:33 pm

Lol but to me it is rtx 2060 that's better. Sadly all my parents can afford is a 1080 max Q (Zephyrus)

roberto leon · October 9, 2019 at 10:15 pm

A Great Video!!! How can I know which TDP configuration has my rtx2060? I have a dell G5 5590.

TabalugaDragon · October 9, 2019 at 11:31 pm

The problem is, I do believe that most 2060 laptops are only 80 watts, making it a smaller difference than shown here, but yes, if the price difference is low, it's probably worth it. It's just far behind the desktop version compared to 1660 ti which is only 10-15% behind. I am interested to see the difference between the 1660 ti and 2070 max q, as it offers higher boost over 2060 but not as unreasonable as 2080 max q, something like an upgrade in the new MAG 15. thanks for the video!

Yan Hans · October 10, 2019 at 1:37 am

90w2060,,sure beat the 1660ti

Vedant Singh Shankar · October 10, 2019 at 4:44 am

Hii mate! I actually can’t decide between legion y540 rtx 2060 and gtx 1660 ti model. Also wanted to know whether rtx model of legion y540 has the 90 w TDP model ?? And also in my country the difference in price between two model is about $ 200. Is really worth getting rtx model in the first place?? BTW great video as always 👍🏼.Your help will be highly appreciated.

Dr. Scorched Furnst · October 10, 2019 at 5:51 am

Hi Jarrod's Tech , Huge fan here… You're basically the best Youtuber for this stuff.. and I really want to know you're opinion on SAGER laptops , I want to buy one that has a RTX 2060 , i7 9750h combo and I really conflicted because I can't find reviews on their laptops on Youtube , However on Amazon they seem to have VERY VERY GOOD RATINGS almost 5/5 on everything , which makes me think that they're fake reviews due to the sheer number of good reviews for such a obscure brand while having a lack of Youtube Reviews.. They're laptops are also much cheaper than their competition with VERY VERY HIGH SPECS in the laptops… what are your thoughts? Should I buy a SAGER Laptop? They have amazing specs for much cheaper than people like Dell,Lenovo,Alienware and Acer

Sack Maggie · October 10, 2019 at 6:29 am

In short GET 2060.

Banija Trade · October 10, 2019 at 6:57 am

Nice review

Tanjid Azad · October 10, 2019 at 6:58 am

YO bro.. remember me?
I was the winner of the Motospeed mechanical keyboard

Seventh · October 10, 2019 at 7:36 am

Is it possible to increase laptop GPU TDP limit? By flashing a special bios or smth like that?

Joe Hesketh · October 10, 2019 at 8:46 am

Have you considered no longer featuring Blizzard products like Overwatch in your videos, due to the recent abhorrent behaviour of the developer?

Slashco · October 10, 2019 at 9:04 am

I've just recently had to make this decision. I had two laptops to choose from, one with the 2060, the other with the 1660 Ti. I ended up going with the 1660 model because it offered a few more bells and whistles (144hz screen, i7 processor as opposed to i5, etc) and I'm happy with it for the moment. I know the 2060 is slightly more powerful, but it really only comes out if you want to play the latest games on Ultra settings. I'm planning to get a desktop next year for that. Until then, this one can play practically all games from last year and some current titles at 1080p on High.

DancerTanczy · October 10, 2019 at 9:23 am

Finally, thank you!

dark Knight · October 10, 2019 at 9:28 am

Thank you so much

ningen88 · October 10, 2019 at 9:28 am

I prefer the 1660 ti because is less warmer, and for a laptop having lower temperature is crucial. There are not too many differences in performance, so i think the GTX 1660 ti is for me the right choice.

Ashutosh K · October 10, 2019 at 10:24 am

Is touch laptop are good for softwares like Autocad, 3ds max, revit

UlwanisasiTV · October 10, 2019 at 10:27 am

Definitely worth it to get RTX 2060.

Wonkatonking · October 10, 2019 at 10:33 am

it great that you use meta box , best comparison when your using the same case, CPU , ram, fan,

Onur Güzel · October 10, 2019 at 11:47 am

CS GO has way huge "%1 low" fps drop when compared to average Fps.

nim 84 · October 10, 2019 at 11:47 am

What you recommend, Asus TUF FX505DV with Ryzen R7 3750H and RTX 2060 or Asus Strix G G531 with i5 9300H and GTX 1660ti. All other specs identical. Many thanks.

Kidd · October 10, 2019 at 12:11 pm

Hi, GTX1660ti with 144hz screen or RTX 2060 with 60hz screen? If you were choose either 1

Amit Mazumder · October 10, 2019 at 12:37 pm

I need one for pc thinking about getting 2060s and hey i am from aussie too

Petros Petr · October 10, 2019 at 1:24 pm

Very underrated channel you have here my man! Should have more than 400k subs

iQlo Das Ve'r · October 10, 2019 at 4:10 pm

Why the hell laptop with GTX 1660 Ti in amazon goes around $1200 less and in my country it cost about $2000? And then it made the RTX 2060 cost about $2500. I can make a super powerful fast gaming PC with that price.

makesh d · October 10, 2019 at 5:27 pm

awesome !

makesh d · October 10, 2019 at 5:32 pm

is there any way to subscribe your channel 100 times using my single email id ? you are awesome man this is everything i needed .

玄龜 · October 10, 2019 at 7:43 pm

Fuck Intel. Give us Ryzen Power!

Will War · October 10, 2019 at 10:03 pm

U deserve more subs. Love ur vids!

Jeff Miatello · October 11, 2019 at 12:30 am

Great video. I have a MSi Laptop with the 1660 Ti and love it. In Canada to go to the 2060, with similar specs is about $500 increase. Maybe ~$300 if you find a good deal. If the price difference here was only $100 it would be worth it. Thanks again for a great comparison video!

Jake Manning · October 11, 2019 at 2:31 am

After comparing your results from the 8750/2060 model to the 9750/1660ti, I’d say the upgrade is only worth it to pay the extra 10% and go for the full 9750/2060 as you mentioned here. With the weaker cpu, the results were far closer (some games ran better on the 1660ti), unless of course the previous metabox you reviewed had a the lower GPU power limit you mentioned? I would assume the older model would still ship with the same gpu version you reviewed, so if power limited, only the newer version would be really worth the buy, but could be wrong.

Richard Zhang · October 11, 2019 at 2:41 am

GTX 1080: Now you shall fear my powers……….

Big Boss · October 11, 2019 at 3:50 am

Bro you're literally the definition of underrated, keep it up

Stefan Nixdorf · October 11, 2019 at 5:10 am

DUDE! I've been trying to decide on a gaming laptop and wasn't sure if the GPU upgrade was worth it. I was looking up your channel because i remembered it from past videos and you just uploaded this two days ago. Man this is perfect, thank you so so so much!

LEEMO KIDS · October 11, 2019 at 5:26 am

Ferrari vs Lamborghini
🤔🤔 very difficult to find the difference

Altar Ravi · October 11, 2019 at 5:27 am

Has never disappointed by this channel. This was a comparison I really needed, was confused about 1660ti and 2060 because of the clock speed but it seems 2060 is good enough. Is there any chance for a review of hp omen 15 dc0137tx? I'm considering to buy it.

Jarrad *** · October 11, 2019 at 5:30 am

Hey Jarrod, great review mate, very glad I went with the 2060 metabox. Just wondering how you can tell what tdp the GPU is? I have the 8750h cpu in mine so the older model of the laptop you tested and would love to double check my GPUs tdp. Cheers

MrSelfishBastard · October 11, 2019 at 8:13 am

What about video editing?
Would you get a better performance in Davinchi Resolve if I choose 2060?
Thx for review 😊

E6hosting · October 11, 2019 at 9:42 am

Basically 2060 good for battle royale games at 144hz and the 1660ti is good for 60hz.

Smash-ter · October 11, 2019 at 6:08 pm

Could you add blender in that benchmark run?

boom91602able · October 11, 2019 at 7:16 pm

This came out just in time as I'm looking for the best gaming laptop for under 2k

Muhammad Mauludi · October 12, 2019 at 12:25 am

How do you check if your 2060 is the 80w or 90w variant?

Cypher 09 · October 12, 2019 at 2:04 am

You actually listen to your viewers 🙏 Fantastic comparison 👌

[GD] GGzachpotter [Jah] · October 12, 2019 at 2:13 am

You really won’t be able to run rtx on either so get a 2080 or 2080 ti for rtx and 4K stuff. Or just get the middle man, the rtx 2070 which I will assume will be the choice for most people

Razvan Sarbu · October 12, 2019 at 6:34 am

This was an awesome Vid Jarrod!
Quick question, is the 1660 ti better on the helios 300? I dont plan to really meddle with it so does it come better "equiped" from the box?

Julian Ward · October 12, 2019 at 9:09 am

please do a video once the 1660 super drops this month <3

D J · October 12, 2019 at 9:33 am

I would like to know Comparison : i7-8750H vs i7-9750H. Is 9th Gen worth the Money / Performance ? & Should one wait for 10th Gen ?

Love your Channel… 🙌👌

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