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EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 SC GAMING 6GB GDDR6 Graphics Card EXPIRED

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EVGA.com has EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 SC GAMING 6GB GDDR6 Graphics Card (06G-P4-2062-KR) on sale for $199.99. Shipping is free.

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  • 205.2GT/s Texture Fill Rate
  • 6144 MB, 192 bit GDDR6 Memory
  • 14000 MHz (effective) Memory Clock
  • 336 GB/s Memory Bandwidth
  • DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI-D

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Deal is back from last weekend but $10 less. KO Ultra 2060 is also $10 less than last weekend at $209.99

KO Ultra link: https://www.evga.com/products/pro...P4-2068-KR

I picked up the KO Ultra last weekend and emailed for price match within 14 days but it's at "EVGA discretion". No phone line open over the weekend and the only way to email for price match I could find was an online form on their website. Good luck.

Google search "EVGA associate coupon code". I was able to get 3% off using it but it must be entered into the associate code field NOT coupon code. Maybe it still works.

https://www.evga.com/products/pro...P4-2062-KR
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ZeldaBoy asked this question on 08-16-2022 at 10:40 AM
08-16-2022 at 10:40 AM
https://www.techpowerup.com/review/msi-geforce-gtx-1660-ventus-xs/27.html

The rtx2060 is 30-35% faster and has DLSS. That much of an upgrade might not be enough to be worth it. It depends what you are trying to play and your resolution/frame goals. Clearly also your budget. Black Friday for a rx6600xt deal would probably be a better upgrade. It is down to $299 and will probs drop more for BF. It's nearly twice as fast as your gtx1660.

https://www.techpowerup.com/review/sapphire-radeon-rx-6600-xt-pulse-oc/28.html

This is a case where I would definitely recommend the rx6600 over this rtx2060 deal too. Rx6600 is going for $249 and it's almost 15% faster than the rtx2060. It will also be less at BF.

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Had this card previously, it gets very loud and hot very quickly so buyer beware. Good if you need a small gpu for a small case though I guess.
There's the Sapphire 6600 Lite going for $250 that's a bit faster and cooler than this card. If you don't care so much about DLSS, it's worth a look for a small card.

Tom's rates the 2060 above the GTX 1080 and RTX 3050, so it's quite powerful. Power efficiency isn't spectacular like the 6600.
1070 = 1660ti so 2060 is only about 15% faster. Total side grade at that point. 3060ti is probably the most logical upgrade to see a jump, it's almost twice as fast as the 1070. Unfortunately the best deal is BestBuy 3060ti FE when in stock for $399 vs $200 for these cards.

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Had this card previously, it gets very loud and hot very quickly so buyer beware. Good if you need a small gpu for a small case though I guess.
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There's the Sapphire 6600 Lite going for $250 that's a bit faster and cooler than this card. If you don't care so much about DLSS, it's worth a look for a small card.

Tom's rates the 2060 above the GTX 1080 and RTX 3050, so it's quite powerful. Power efficiency isn't spectacular like the 6600.
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TomsHardware review of the KO Ultra 2060 - it's about 3-5% faster than vanilla 2060:
https://www.tomshardware.com/revi...tra-gaming

Vanilla rx6600 vs rtx2060 - rx6600 is approx 13% faster:
https://www.techpowerup.com/revie...er/31.html

$210 for the KO Ultra means an rx6600 needs to be $235-240 to match price to performance.

DLSS is better than FSR but neither card can really ray trace all that effectively. I've always bought Nvidia but drivers are supposedly on par these days. Rx6600 is a little more efficient and has 8gb of vram vs 6gb on 2060. Both are the value kings at 1080p with 1440p on last gen titles if you don't need crazy fps. GPU market is so much better than before but will probably keep dropping. I needed something now as I was still limping a gtx1060.
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finally broke down and bought the 12gb version for my plex pc
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Thank you. Don't have a gpu and want to get something to game on while I wait for next gen. Going to stick with single fan and reviews on Ko is high decibels 38-39 dba.
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I have an HTPC/emulator with a 9604gb and 4770k. Will this get completely nerf'd by my cpu?
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I have an HTPC/emulator with a 9604gb and 4770k. Will this get completely nerf'd by my cpu?
Completely throwing a dart - 10-15% bottleneck so not bad. It's the max I would couple with that CPU. Hope this video helps as the CPU is similar and has solid performance...

4790 with 2060 - https://youtu.be/Qqy0WBV7si8
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I have an HTPC/emulator with a 9604gb and 4770k. Will this get completely nerf'd by my cpu?
4770k is still decent...my old PC I handed down to my sibling had an rx480 in it paired with a 4790k. I noticed no big cpu bottlenecks. At 4k maybe...2060 paired with a 4770k should be fine for 1080p and lite 1440p. Ah ddr3...
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This or keeping my GTX 1070?
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This or keeping my GTX 1070?
1070 = 1660ti so 2060 is only about 15% faster. Total side grade at that point. 3060ti is probably the most logical upgrade to see a jump, it's almost twice as fast as the 1070. Unfortunately the best deal is BestBuy 3060ti FE when in stock for $399 vs $200 for these cards.
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Had this card previously, it gets very loud and hot very quickly so buyer beware. Good if you need a small gpu for a small case though I guess.
It might not be good for a small case either. My HTPC barely has 1 inch clearance above the GPU metal bracket and this GPU has vertically oriented heatsinks that pumps air above and below the GPU rather than horizontal heatsinks that pumps at least some hot air out the case. I read one review that says if you have a small case that doesnt have enough height clearance, this GPU will bake itself due to the way these heatsinks work and the potential lack of airflow in a smaller case.
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worth upgrading from gtx 1650 super?
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