Sunday, June 30th 2019

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 Super Smiles for the Camera

Here are some of the first live pictures (not renders) of the upcoming GeForce RTX 2060 Super graphics card. As with the rest of the RTX 20 Super-series, this card features a reference board design resembling that of the original RTX 20-series, but with a chrome embellishment that accommodates the "Super" badge. The RTX 2060 Super is designed to compete with the upcoming Radeon RX 5700 at USD $399, or $50 more than the original RTX 2060. It's based on the "TU106" silicon, and is configured with 2,176 CUDA cores, but more importantly, a memory setup that's both 33 percent larger and faster than that of the original RTX 2060, made up of 8 GB of GDDR6 memory across a 256-bit wide bus, clocked at 14 Gbps. The card is expected to perform halfway between the RTX 2060 and RTX 2070.
Source: VideoCardz
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8 Comments on NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 Super Smiles for the Camera

#1
GoldenX
I like that logo on the bracket. The backplate looks cheap and unnecessary.
Bring better prices!
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#2
TesterAnon
The green SUPER logo kinda looks out of place.
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GoldenX
TesterAnon
The green SUPER logo kinda looks out of place.
The back screws too. It doesn't look as high quality as older reference coolers.
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#4
LDNL
Its not that long ago when midrange cards cost around 200$ and now theyre reselling the last generation cards as something new with double the price. /facepalm
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GoldenX
LDNL
Its not that long ago when midrange cards cost around 200$ and now theyre reselling the last generation cards as something new with double the price. /facepalm
Blame preorders and the lack of competition.
inb4 "the price is fine".
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ZoneDymo
GoldenX
Blame preorders and the lack of competition.
inb4 "the price is fine".
competition forces a company to change/adapt, this currently is just Ngreedia's choice and they can stick it where the sun doesn't shine.
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B-Real
GoldenX
I like that logo on the bracket. The backplate looks cheap and unnecessary.
Bring better prices!
You: bring better prices!
NV: +50$ for the 2060 Super. :D

GoldenX
Blame preorders and the lack of competition.
inb4 "the price is fine".
Competition has a $380 8GB version against a $350 6GB 2060 for 10% extra performance (cost-wise it's a bit less than 10% more expensive). What does NV do? Release a card that may be equal in performance (I'm not sure though, as it means it would come very close to the $500 2070) but cost $20 more.
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Spencer LeBlanc
I just can't get behind something in 2019 that Marketing thought "SUPER" was the best campaign.
It just seems super lame.

I'm over Nvidia and all their business practice. They ONLY reason, they are releasing this is because of AMD.
THAT IS THE ONLY REASON WHY.

Notice we went from 10 Series to 20 Series with little performance uplift? All for the sake of RTX technology release?

They are doing it again, but this time. Because their sales aren't high as they used to be. They don't want AMD taking any of it at all.
So they rushed a launch.
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