Just months after Nvidia was rumored to be making the enhanced GTX 1660 Super, the gaming rig manufacturer has unveiled its release this coming November. Gigabyte was also right in the center of the news unveiling three custom GeForce GTX 1660 Super variants. \n \nThe GPU designer and manufacturer will be offering three distinct models form the Super Series, including the GTX 1660 Super OC 6G, Super Gaming OC 6G, and the Mini ITX OC 6G. The entire line-up will be carrying many of Nvidia’s exclusive features, including the 3D Active Fan, RGB Fusion 2.0 lighting, the Alternate Spinning features, and durable components. \n \nOf the three models, the Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 Super Gaming OC 6G offers the highest quality with features that include a robust cooling system via the WindForce 3X. The thermal heat dissipaters have three 80mm cooling fans with composite heat pipes. \n \n \n \nThe GPU has an estimated boost clock of 1860 MHz with 8-pin PCIe power connectors. The flagship model also comes with three DisplayPort powered with 1.4 outputs, 4+2 phase subsystems for power delivery, and an HDMI 2.0b port. \n \nSecond in line is the standard Gigabyte GTX 1660 Super OC 6G, which offers a compact design with 2x WindForce coolers. The thermal heat cooling system has two 90mm cooling fans with a composite copper heat pipe. Similar to the flagship model, the Super OC 6G also has backplate protection. \n \nBoost clock, though, is slightly lower with a measure of 1,830 MHz. It features an 8-pin PCIe power connector similar to what the Super Gaming OC 6G offers. \n \nThe lower-end of the series is the GTX 1660 Super Mini ITX OC 6G, which comes with a 170mm cooling system. It still has the same 90mm thermal heat dissipater, but the GPU only comes with one cooling fan and the added composite copper heat pipe. \n \nThe low-end model has a boost clock capacity of 1,800 MHz and has a one 8-pin PCIe power port. Though the Super Mini ITX is at the lower end of the GPU variant, it still has three DisplayPorts with 1.4 output and an HDMI 2.0 connection port. \n \nRumors have been spreading online that the starting price of the new GPU series will be around $250. Though Gigabyte has not released any official news about the graphic card’s rate.