A Closer Look
ASUS’s Phoenix GTX 1660 Ti OC Edition is a very compact card that is less than 7 inches long. It is slightly wider than a standard card and a bit more than two slots thick, so be careful with very small systems but it should fit in most.
There is no backplate on the GPU to help keep the price down. There really isn’t much to see on the rear of the card.
A single large fan cools the Phoenix and is nearly the size of the card.
The Phoenix has the ASUS and GEFORCE GTX logos in white on the side of the card. Power is provided by a single 8-pin connector.
ASUS always covers all of the Video Outputs with rubber plugs, even on this entry price point model.
ASUS uses four video outputs still but unlike all other GTX 1660 Ti card’s we’ve tested, ASUS has a single Display Port 1.4, two HDMI 2.0b ports and a single Dual-Link DVI-D.