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Palit GeForce RTX 2060 Super JetStream

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Palit released its premium GeForce RTX 2060 Super graphics card that's largely based off its RTX 2060 product with added memory and VRM and a healthy factory overclock of 1830 MHz vs. 1750 MHz. You also get the desirable idle fan-stop feature.

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It's very nice that you get a full-fat 2070 board with all those phases, but I don't know that people will be willing to pay a premium for such, on what is effectively a mid-tier performance card.
 
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the disclaimer at the bottom is a killer
"Super JetStream" is a product name by Palit. (No "SUPER"-variant der NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080!)
"Super JetStream" is a product name by Palit. (Not the "SUPER" variant of NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070!)

 

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Updated the review with pricing

Hahaha, and the price of the MSI 2060 Super Gaming X immediately dropped by $20, making this one $15 more expensive. I'd say that extra $15 is well worth it if you're looking to OC, as you get a 2070 board with a full 8 phases and a BIOS with a non-nerfed power limit versus the MSI.
 

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Does anyone know how the "LE" version differs from the regular 2060 Super Jetstream?
Is it just factory overclock removed or does the LE also have nerfed Power Limit or anything about the heatsink/fans that is different?
 

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Apparently, the Jetstream "LE" (Light Edition) has a generous Power Limit of 128%, though only 4, instead of the other version's 5 heat pipes.
Mine did not overclock as high as seen in some reviews (there you had 75Mhz ontop of the +180MHz factory OC) - mine gets roughly to +200 clock and +1000MHz mem.
Temps and noise levels are impressive. In Furmark, at stock speeds, it sits at 59°C with fans set to 1200RPM (near inaudible), or fully OC'd at 65°C with fans running at 1400RPM (still very quiet - though even if lowered to 1200RPM, temps remain at or below 70°C).

I'd say, if the price between those two versions is similar, go for the other version, but if it's ~$30 cheaper, the LE definitely is worth considering.
 
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