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Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/16 20:15:35 (permalink)
Are all of the 2060 wont have led in them?
 
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Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/16 20:48:58 (permalink)
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Are all of the 2060 wont have led in them?

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Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/17 04:59:46 (permalink)
It's good to see the prices holding firm to MSRP... but, the 3-slot cooler on those short cards kills it for me.  I buy a lot of the short card x60 cards for incremental upgrades of PC's in the family.  Most of these boxes are micro ATX and that 3rd motherboard PCI-E 1x slot position slot is used.

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Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/19 16:47:55 (permalink)
I just ordered the single fan EVGA RTX 2060 XC Black Gaming and am quite excited for it to arrive next week. I'm guessing it will be huge upgrade from my GTX 960 4gb card, which still does amazingly well.
 
The 3 slot cooler is something I like a lot! I have plenty of room in my case, which is a CM Storm Scout 2 Advanced by Coolermaster. The extra cooling capacity for the one fan card will be greatly helpful, particularly with a mild overclock (although at this point I see no need to overclock anything at all). I can see why some with a smaller case might not like such a wide card. The HDB Fan is icing on the cake! Plus it came with BF5 or Anthem! That's just awesome!
 
I looked at all the RTX 2060 cards, and EVGA was the only one that had everything I wanted, including a DVI connection, at a reasonable price. I just also like how the EVGA card looks. Plus EVGA's customer service is second to none.
 
This is my current system the EVGA RTX 2060 is going in:
 
Ryzen 5 1600
Asrock X370 Gaming X
16 GB Adata XPG DDR 4 2666 memory
Gigabyte GTX 960 4gb G1 Gaming (Soon to be EVGA RTX 2060)
Sound Blaster Z
Samsung 850 EVO 256gb Boot Drive
1tb and 500gb WD Black Hard Drives
Dual Asus monitors, one  23" 1080p, one 19" 720p
EVGA 750w G2 Power Supply
 
I will be picking the BF5 game, and am looking forward to seeing what it looks like with Ray Tracing enabled. I found a guide on Youtube that had which settings to use to maintain 60 frames per second with Ray Tracing on using an RTX 2060.
 
So thank you EVGA for making such nice RTX 2060 cards! And for being gamers who care about other gamers and gaming!
post edited by Kaze1 - 2019/01/19 16:50:14
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Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/29 16:33:36 (permalink)
My EVGA RTX 2060 XC Black has arrived and is installed. I really like this video card.
 
It is pretty big (width wise), taking up 3 slots. It is extremely quiet. I do not hear it over my 5 120mm case fans, not even after 5 hours of gaming. Highest temp I have seen in HW Monitor was 79 C. Usually when I look it is high 60's, low 70's. This is the beefiest single fan gpu cooler I have ever seen!
 
I have not over clocked, as for my setup at 1080p I see no need too. Battlefield 5 which came with the card looks and plays incredible! Just amazing graphics. All my games, from World of Warcraft to FarCry 5 I now play maxed out on Ultra, except for some texture settings which are on high.
 
And not only did I get Battlefield 5, EVGA also has a promotion that gave me GRIP, a combat racing game. I am terrible at it, but was very nice of them to do it! Thanks EVGA.
 
If I had to summarize, It is as follows:
 
Pros: Pretty much everything. Temp, noise (lack thereof), performance in games all are top notch and somewhere between 1070 Ti and 1080, but with ray tracing, although the only game I have that can use that is Battlefield 5.
 
Cons: There are only 2 cons I can think of. One is that they could have added one more HDMI, DP, or DVI connector for 4 total. Probably will not affect me unless I try VR someday. I use 2 monitors and so right now only the display port is free. Not sure that is enough for a VR headset. Second con is no back plate. A nice metal EVGA back plate would really have added to the looks of this card. I would be willing to buy one in the future should it ever become available.
All in all an awesome card that I look forward to using for many years to come! 
 
 
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Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/30 08:41:23 (permalink)
I got EVGA RTX2060 Ultra XC and love it to bits so fast at 1080p :)
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Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/02/17 13:11:38 (permalink)
Just got my EVGA RTX 2060 XC Ultra. Aside form the no backplate this card is unreal for the value. Wow. It runs so cool the fans hardly ever come on even playing GTA V on High. PUBG is the only game that has made the fans run the whole time and I have to lean over and actually look to see if they are working. Make sure to get the EVGA Precision X1 software since it gives you the full control of the card. IMO unnecessary because this card is such a work horse but still nice to have.(card is so cold the X1 software was the only way, at first, I could figure out if the fans were working). If you are torn about buying a 2060 because you think the 2070 or 2080 are more your style you will not be disappointed in this cards performance and it uses no power. Someone mentioned in a post above that there are only 6 instead of 8 power phases and it could have something to do with the fact that these cards are not as power dependent as team Reds cards. Which is the reason I switched to team Green in the first place!
 
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Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/02/19 14:42:52 (permalink)
 
Kaze1
This is the beefiest single fan gpu cooler I have ever seen!


Looks really cool!
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