A 2060 review is too old to be relevant at this point, and the 1660 is bordering on that too. At this point, both of those cards are things that you will want to know the performance of compared to new card launches, so the upcoming Navi review is where I'd hope to see TR get hold of a 2060 and 1660 for comparative testing.
A 1650 review would be nice but don't expect it since Zak's article on Tuesday confirmed that TR doesn't have a review sample, along with several other websites. Plus, the card's an overpriced dog that other reviewers are advising people avoid in favour of AMD and other Nvidia options. The best niche market for the 1650 was going to be the low-power HTPC but Nvidia squandered that by denying the 1650 access to Turing's NVENC encoder. For the other ultra-niche option of a sub-75W small, compact card to go in OEM office machines without a PCI-Express power connector, nearly every single 1650 design I've seen so far is too tall, too long, too wide, or all three, whilst most of them require a 6-pin connector anyway.
Given all that, I'd be surprised if TR is willing to buy their own 1650 just to chime in with a late and unexciting "this card isn't great, don't buy it" review.
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