According to details provided by Videocardz.com, most of the earlier rumors were true, and the Geforce GTX 1660 Super will be based on the same GPU as the non-super version, the TU116-300, which means it will end up with 1408 CUDA cores.
It still comes with 6GB of memory on a 192-bit memory interface, but Nvidia is using a faster 14Gbps GDDR6 memory this time around, leaving it with a maximum theoretical bandwidth of 336 GB/s, which even trumps the GTX 1660 Ti.
The biggest surprise is the price, as Nvidia apparently plans to launch it on October 26th with a suggested retail price of $229, which is just $10 higher than the non-Super version and good $50 cheaper than the GTX 1660 Ti. This also might mean that we will see slight price adjustments in that mid-range Geforce GTX lineup.
Earlier, Videocardz.com also leaked plenty of these cards from various Nvidia AIC partners, and while the price might be set at $229, some of these will probably be a bit more expensive, depending on the factory-overclock and the cooler.