To answer in short, YES, Battlefield 2042 is quite playable with a GTX 1660. The minimum specs of GPU required to run Battlefield 2042 is GTX 1050 Ti or AMD’s Radeon RX 560.
GTX 1660, GTX 1660 Super, GTX 1660 Ti performance comparisons
GTX 1660 Performance:
You may experience some stutters and lags on after medium settings. For me the game felt quite unplayable at ultra settings when compared to high settings even though there isn’t much difference in frame rate between high and ultra settings. The overall performance and gameplay may improve after its official release on November 19th 2021.
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|low settings||75-80 fps|
|medium settings||62-75 fps|
|high settings||55-65 fps|
|ultra settings||53-62 fps|
GTX 1660 Super Performance:
|low settings||89 fps [Average]|
|medium settings||76 fps [Average]|
|high settings||71 fps [Average]|
|ultra settings||63 fps [Average]|
GTX 1660 Ti Performance:
|low settings||55-70 fps|
|medium settings||47-65 fps|
|high settings||36-45 fps|
|ultra settings||32-44 fps|
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