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List of all laptops with GeForce GTX 1660 Ti and 1660 Ti Max-Q – reviews, specs, prices [Updated: November 2019]

GeForce GTX 1660 Ti is the fastest GTX 16xx GPU by NVIDIA and if you’ve been following our articles, you already know that it even beats RTX 2060 in some benchmarks. Today we’ll take a look at all laptop series equipped with the new GPU.

The list and the prices of the models are being updated every day.

You can find detailed info about NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti here:
https://laptopmedia.com/video-card/nvidia-geforce-gtx-1660-ti/

Contents


[Top 3] The cheapest GeForce GTX 1660 Ti laptops


[Top 3] The cheapest GeForce GTX 1660 Ti Max-Q laptops


ASUS TUF Gaming FX505 / FX705

TUF Gaming FX505 is a part of the budget TUF series by ASUS targeted at the gamers looking for a good sub-$1000 notebook. Our tests show that the screen doesn’t have very good quality, however, it’s relatively safe for your eyes (PWM-Free). FX505 has very thin bezels and good-looking design, although we aren’t very satisfied with the build quality.

Read our detailed review here: ASUS TUF Gaming FX505 review


Acer Nitro 5 (2019)

Acer Nitro 5 (2019) codenamed AN515-54 for the 15″ configurations and AN517-51 for the 17″ configurations is a direct competitor to the TUF FX505. We’ve tested the 15-inch variant which surprised us with long battery life, RAID 0 support and good input devices. The main drawback is that it gets really hot after continuous gaming.

Read our detailed review here: Acer Nitro 5 (2019) review

15-inch variant (AN515-54):

17-inch variant (AN517-51):


Acer Nitro 7 (AN715-51)

Acer Nitro 7 (AN715-51) is the more premium representative of the Nitro line. Compared to Nitro 5, Nitro 7 has an aluminum body and it’s 1 mm thinner. Just as its more budget sibling, Nitro 7 gets pretty hot on its surface (at maximum load) but it keeps the internals cool.

Read our detailed review here: Acer Nitro 7 (AN715-51)


Acer Predator Helios 300 15″ (2019, PH315-52)

Predator Helios 300 is above the mid-range level so GTX 1660 Ti is the cheapest graphics option here. The series has 15.6 Full HD IPS 144 Hz screen, 2x M.2 PCIe x4 NVMe slots + 2.5″ slot for HDD, and can be bought with i7-9750H or i5-9300H processor.


Alienware m15 R2 (2019)

It’s a bit surprising that Alienware is trying to fight in the mid-range market too but here it is – the new Alienware m15 R2 (2019) can be bought with a GTX 1660 Ti as well. As you guess, m15 R2 is a premium notebook (and premium price) – it comes with up to 240 Hz / IPS screen, Core i7-9750H.


ASUS ROG Strix G531 / G731 (Scar III / Hero III)

We haven’t tested ASUS ROG Strix G531 yet but it looks like a great gaming notebook equipped with up to Intel Core i9-9880H and 15.6” Full HD 240 Hz IPS screen – what a beast.

15-inch variant (G531):

17-inch variant (G731):


ASUS ROG Zephyrus GA502

Okay, that’s impressive. ASUS ROG Zephyrus GA502’s price starts below $1000 for a configuration with Ryzen 7 3750H, GTX 1660 Ti, 8GB RAM, 256GB NVMe and 120 Hz IPS display. Plus, we’re talking about 20 mm thin aluminum notebook. Can’t wait to get our hands on it.


ASUS ROG Zephyrus M GU502

ASUS ROG Zephyrus M GU502 is yet to be released so we don’t know the exact price but here’s what we have here – 15.6″ IPS screen with 120 or 240 Hz refresh rate, GTX 1660 Ti (you can also buy it with RTX 2060), 9th Gen Intel Core, 18.9 mm chassis and a whopping 76Wh battery. Sounds pretty good.


Dell G3 15 3579 (G3579)

Dell G3 15 3579, also known as G3579 is an “old school” notebook with a good price and a bit outdated design (thick bezels). It sports the Max-Q variant of GTX 1660 Ti which is about 10% slower than “the real thing” so have in mind that when you’re considering this one.

Detailed review: Dell G3 15 3579


Dell G5 15 (5590)

G5 15 (5590) is the mid-range gaming offer by Dell. It looks much better than the G3579, plus it sports the full-fledged NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti. Since we’ve tested the G5 15 5590 in our lab, we can say that we’re pretty impressed with its battery life, build quality and the optional 4K OLED screen. On the other hand, when heavy loaded this fella sounds like a helicopter and gets a bit hot on the surface.

Detailed review: Dell G5 15 (5590)


Dell G7 15 (7590)

Dell G7 15 (7590) is the best notebook of the G line-up by Dell. It can be ordered with up to Intel Core i9-9880H and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Max-Q. In addition to the 4K OLED configuration, there’s also an option for 15.6”, Full HD (1920 x 1080), 240 Hz, IPS display. And all that crammed into a 19.9 mm chassis.

Detailed review: Dell G5 15 (5590)


GIGABYTE AERO 15 / GIGABYTE AERO 17

Gigabyte has a dedicated subsidiary for the gaming laptop market (AORUS) but keeps updating its AERO lineups too. The new AERO 15 and AERO 17 has everything a gamer might need – up to RTX 2080 (Max-Q, though), 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) OLED screen, huge 94Wh battery and up to Intel Core i9-9980HK CPU.

15-inch variant (AERO 15):

17-inch variant (AERO 17):


HP Pavilion Gaming 15 2019

HP Pavilion Gaming 15 2019 looks like a hardcore gaming machine but be warned – it’s one of the models utilizing the Max-Q design by NVIDIA. Apart from that, it doesn’t look like a bad model – you can get it with 144 Hz / IPS panel and Core i7-9750H. We’re yet to review it.


HP Omen 15 (dc0000) / Omen 17 (2019)

The HP Omen series is one of the classics when it comes to mid-range/high-end gaming. The latest models are not an exception. 15-dc0000/1000 is the transitional model, which can be found with 8th and 9th gen CPUs and GTX/RTX video cards. The Omen 17 2019 is the latest addition and it comes with 9th gen Intel CPUs only and up to RTX 2080.

15-inch variant:

17-inch variant:


Lenovo Legion Y540

We haven’t tested Lenovo Legion Y540 yet but Y530 got our Editor’s choice award. Y540 shouldn’t be any different so we expect great results from the new model as well.


MSI GL63 9Sx / MSI GL73

We haven’t reviewed the 9th Gen MSI GL63 9Sx but it’s pretty much the same laptop as its predecessor – 8Sx. Of course, we’ll order one so we can check the performance and temperatures but we already know the pros and the cons of this series – it has a very good cooling system, great keyboard, and its display can show 100% of the sRGB color gamut. On the not-so-bright side, battery life is poor, the build is all-plastic and it has inaccurate colors (our profiles fix that).

Here’s our detailed review.

15-inch variant:

17-inch variant:


MSI GL65 / MSI GL75

It’s not very thin, it’s not very light. But it sports the full-fledged GTX 1660 Ti and MSI claims it’s the cooling system that makes the difference between this model and its competitors. We’re yet to confirm or disprove this so stay tuned for our in-depth review.

15-inch variant:

17-inch variant:


MSI GP75 Leopard

GP75 Leopard is a new series by MSI equipped with GTX 1660 Ti. We don’t have info about other GPUs but we know that it’s powered by 9th Gen Intel processors and we’ll have a choice between two 17.3″ Full HD IPS screens – with 144 Hz and with 60 Hz refresh rate. GP75 Leopard weighs about 2.6 kg which is okay given the screen size, however, the battery capacity is rather small – just 51Wh. Don’t expect to play for a long time without your charger.


MSI GS65 / GS75 Stealth

GS65 and GS75 are some pieces of art by MSI – they’re 17.9 mm (0.7″) and 18.95 mm (0.75″) thin, respectively but that doesn’t stop them from being powerful – you can buy them with up to Intel Core i9-9880H and GeForce RTX 2080 Max-Q and as most of the latest high-end notebooks, GS65 and GS75 also come with a 240 Hz / IPS display variant.

15-inch variant (GS65):

17-inch variant (GS75):


List of all laptops with GeForce GTX 1660 Ti (sorted by price)

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