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2019/01/06 22:03:45 (permalink)
The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 gaming cards give you the best gaming experience with next generation graphics performance, ice cold cooling, and advanced overclocking features with the all new EVGA Precision X1!
 
Completely Redesigned From the Ground Up:
  • First Ever Hydro Dynamic Bearing (HDB) VGA Fans Offer Lower Noise and Longer Lifespan
  • New Fan Blades, Rotation Direction and Hub Designed for Quiet and Efficient Operation
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    jdw715
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    Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/06 22:23:10 (permalink)
    Nice, what's the difference in length?


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    Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/06 23:50:01 (permalink)
    When will the pricing and pre-orders hit? Voltage control?
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    Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/06 23:59:40 (permalink)
    All the information we have on that page is all the information we currently have. More information coming soon. 
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    Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/07 02:22:52 (permalink)
    Probably unknown at this point but ill ask anyway, will the 2060 be eligible for the step up program to the 2070/2080??
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    Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/07 02:24:35 (permalink)
    Yes you will be able to enroll your 2060 into the Step Up program provided you meet all the requirements. 
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    Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/07 02:26:43 (permalink)
    Sweet thanks for the fast response.
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    Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/07 02:32:39 (permalink)
    RTX2060 is lowest for hard core gaming experience.
    But enough to serve game fans, special on 1080p and 1440p resolution.
     


     
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    Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/07 02:53:01 (permalink)
    enough for the x58 fans,smart design for the "small" one
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    Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/07 03:52:05 (permalink)
    How come the XC Ultra's are 2 slots and the regular XC models are 2.75 Slots? Shouldn't they be the otherway around considering the extra power phases would make more use of the extra cooling, I do realise there are two fans on the ultra's but eh? Seems a bit odd to me. Maybe I'm missing something..?
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    Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/07 05:05:12 (permalink)
    Mattukr
    How come the XC Ultra's are 2 slots and the regular XC models are 2.75 Slots? Shouldn't they be the otherway around considering the extra power phases would make more use of the extra cooling, I do realise there are two fans on the ultra's but eh? Seems a bit odd to me. Maybe I'm missing something..?


    May be a mistake. I will send a message up to see if it was input correctly :-). Thank you for sending this up.

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    Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/07 11:00:01 (permalink)
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    How come the XC Ultra's are 2 slots and the regular XC models are 2.75 Slots? Shouldn't they be the otherway around considering the extra power phases would make more use of the extra cooling, I do realise there are two fans on the ultra's but eh? Seems a bit odd to me. Maybe I'm missing something..?


    May be a mistake. I will send a message up to see if it was input correctly :-). Thank you for sending this up.

     
    I double-checked with our product management team and the information on the table is correct. The single fan cards are 2.75 slot while the dual fan cards are 2-slot. It's the reverse of the rest of the 20-series.

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    Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/07 11:25:52 (permalink)
    I think some people are forgetting about DLSS. That will be a really powerful feature in newer games and give a massive advantage over AMD counterparts
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    Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/07 11:42:21 (permalink)
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    I think some people are forgetting about DLSS. That will be a really powerful feature in newer games and give a massive advantage over AMD counterparts





    Would be nice, but so far there's one game supporting RTX, and one supporting DLSS, right? Four months after the product launch. RTX won't be relevant to mainstream gamers until the next gen if this pace continues.
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    Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/07 11:49:32 (permalink)
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    Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/07 12:04:11 (permalink)
    Do you know which model will be available to step up to?
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    Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/07 12:07:00 (permalink)
    ehabash1
    I think some people are forgetting about DLSS. That will be a really powerful feature in newer games and give a massive advantage over AMD counterparts


    No one is forgetting about Dynamic Super Sampling. It was only a short time ago that NVidia made Dynamic Super Resolution to allow 1080p monitors to allow 1440p gameplay so it would clear up the display.

    Now nvidia is finally catching up to PlayStation and XBox and adding lowering resolution. playstation and XBox have had dynamic resolution scaling for quite a while. This isn’t new tech and people paying for the 2060 at a higher price than most consoles shouldn’t be celebrating console technology too much.

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    Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/07 17:15:27 (permalink)
    will the fans on all models have 0db function?
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    Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/07 22:44:43 (permalink)
    Dynamic resolutions have been done a game per game basis on the PC. Consoles had dynamic resolution before PCs because they really needed it. Only a handful of games have dynamic resolution scaling on PCs: Wolfenstein II and Titanfall 2. I'm not aware of many others.
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    Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/09 07:15:13 (permalink)
    I have three questions.
    1. Will the side be RGB lit up?
    2. I have a GTX 1060 right now with a 144hz 1080p dell monitor. Will the 2060 be a real step up for what I have? I'm really new to the whole PC gaming world so alot of it is confusing to me. I could swing the $350ish for the new 2060 but to pay $500+ is a bit out my price range for like a 70/80
    3. What actually is GTX vs RTX explain as simple as possible I don't really need a huge explanation just a bit curious haha.
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    Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/09 09:20:01 (permalink)
    Dear Eduardo Huerta, Jeff P. and or whoever else from EVGA is able to reply to this post.
     
    I have only bought EVGA graphics cards my entire life (I'm 40 now so you can imagine how many graphics cards that is) and this is the first time that I have some concerns.
     
    Only the two highest end models appear to have 8 power phases. The EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 XC Ultra and the EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 XC Ultra Black.  Boost clocks are 1830 MHz and 1680 MHz respectively. 
     
    I don't want to get into specific product to product comparisons but other PCB manufacturers out there have included 8 power phases on virtually all of their models from low end to top end.  I really want to buy an EVGA 2060 as EVGA has always represented the very best in quality that one can buy in a third party graphics card however the power connectors on your offerings suggest to me that the performance to price ratio of EVGA cards for the 2060 RTX series is falling very far behind the other PCB manufacturers.
     
    Could you please comment on this and provide some valuable feedback as to why EVGA cards have decided to go with the 6 power phases for the majority of your line up and can these 6 phase cards stand up against equally priced 8 power phase cards offered by your competition.  Although there are many things other than power phases that can influence OC boost clock performance , the number of power phases DO 100% contribute significantly to OC boost clock performance and please do not try to tell me other wise as EVGA itself has decided to have 8 Power phases on their top of the line models.  My concern is that your 6 power phase models (The ones that I will more than likely be interested in) will not stand up in terms of performance against your competition that has gone with 8 power phases.  Even the reference card has 8 power phases (6 for the GPU and 2 for the RAM) with a boost clock of 1680 GHz. 
     
    As of the writing of this post, unless the EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 XC Ultra Black MSRP comes in below the $349.00 price tag of the reference card, I see no reason as to why I would buy the EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 XC Ultra Black over the reference card.  Furthermore, unless EVGA has somehow found a way to get more performance out of less wattage than other manufacturers, I have some serious concerns for the rest of the 6 power phase line up.  I hope that either your MSRPs or your superior engineering can set my concerns at ease and allow me to continue on with my long commitment to your product offerings.
     
    Thank you so much,

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    post edited by Kevbox - 2019/01/09 09:23:13
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    Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/11 00:06:08 (permalink)
    EVGA has hardly had the best card and cooler designs, but I always went with them for their warranty (which is bog standard now, unfortunately); however, their customer support has always been great from my experience and from hearing other's people experiences online. I know MSI, ASUS, etc. usually make slightly better cards, but I've heard nothing but bad things about dealing with customer support from Asian computer parts manufacturers.
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    Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/11 01:55:21 (permalink)
    Draketoups
    I have three questions.
    1. Will the side be RGB lit up?
    2. I have a GTX 1060 right now with a 144hz 1080p dell monitor. Will the 2060 be a real step up for what I have? I'm really new to the whole PC gaming world so alot of it is confusing to me. I could swing the $350ish for the new 2060 but to pay $500+ is a bit out my price range for like a 70/80
    3. What actually is GTX vs RTX explain as simple as possible I don't really need a huge explanation just a bit curious haha.



    If DLSS and RT becomes more mainstream, it will surely be a great upgrade.  The 2060 caters more to those that want all the bells and whistles on 1080p or close to those settings as newer titles become more demanding. 
     
    It's debatable and up to you.  You could wait around and see how the adoption of those features fair out and make a decision then.  

     
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    Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/11 02:01:59 (permalink)
    Kevbox
     
    Could you please comment on this and provide some valuable feedback as to why EVGA cards have decided to go with the 6 power phases for the majority of your line up and can these 6 phase cards stand up against equally priced 8 power phase cards offered by your competition.  Although there are many things other than power phases that can influence OC boost clock performance , the number of power phases DO 100% contribute significantly to OC boost clock performance and please do not try to tell me other wise as EVGA itself has decided to have 8 Power phases on their top of the line models.  My concern is that your 6 power phase models (The ones that I will more than likely be interested in) will not stand up in terms of performance against your competition that has gone with 8 power phases.  Even the reference card has 8 power phases (6 for the GPU and 2 for the RAM) with a boost clock of 1680 GHz. 
     


    Just remember the insides of the silicon on that whole lineup is the same.  With that said, if you're worried about FPS/gaming performance, they will all pretty much be the same maybe with the more expensive ones having 1-3 more FPS which isn't worth it.  The extra power phases is for higher clocks for those interested in benchmarking.  I don't care about it too much but some do and are willing to spend a ridiculous amount for some bench numbers that mean nothing and won't be worth anything after a few months or year plus.  I'd just go with whatever fits the wallet better and makes you happy.

    Just my 2 cents.

     
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    Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/11 06:50:59 (permalink)
    I just don't want locked voltages like in my EVGA GTX 970. I'm not asking for chip-killing voltages, but some control would be nice.
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    Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/11 08:58:21 (permalink)
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    I just don't want locked voltages like in my EVGA GTX 970. I'm not asking for chip-killing voltages, but some control would be nice.




    Not sure if you got the memo but Nvidia forced everyone's hand a few years back and yes, everyone is locked down unless you do some type of mod.  

    You do get a variety based on the GPU SKU so yes, if you want from a black to an Ultra, you'll get a high power target but I'm not 100% sure on the 2060s but one would assume so but sometimes, the black can OC just as good as the Ultras or higher, of course dependent on the environment they are in, cooler air, custom cooling, silicon lottery, etc but don't think anyone would go to that extent on 2060s.

     
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    Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/11 12:37:30 (permalink)
    umeng2002
    EVGA has hardly had the best card and cooler designs, but I always went with them for their warranty (which is bog standard now, unfortunately); however, their customer support has always been great from my experience and from hearing other's people experiences online. I know MSI, ASUS, etc. usually make slightly better cards, but I've heard nothing but bad things about dealing with customer support from Asian computer parts manufacturers.


    Is 3 years the standard for warranty now? Regardless, I've also had nothing but fantastic experiences with EVGA customer support and the step-up program is just icing on the cake as I upgraded from a 1080 to a 1080 ti doing so. I will be a customer of theirs for life and always use their cards when doing builds for friends. 
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    Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/11 15:33:04 (permalink)
    Not every card is locked down; but my old GTX 970 SC voltage wouldn't budge at all (the only perf limit was the voltage). I think every single card on the market should have at least 7 to 14 percent voltage boost capability. And I'm not talking about the power limit, overriding those in software or BIOS is easy, or even in hardware. The dummy voltage controllers that only respond to BIOS and Driver command codes are the issue (non PWM control).
     
    Yeah, I started getting EVGA cards back when they had lifetime warranties, so 3 years seems like a joke now. I blame nVidia for forcing their partners to lock down their cards so much and offer less than stellar warranties... but, as pointed out, EVGA has their step-up program and great customer support. Their custom fan designs have come a long way since Maxwell cards. I rather like the clear housing the RTX cards have.
     
    Does anyone know if they'll use binned chips (TU106-400A vs TU106-400)?
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    Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/11 19:51:06 (permalink)
    The biggest difference with the cards:

    1)  the EVGA Guaranteed Boost Clock speed
     
    2) the power phases - more phases should improve stability
     
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    Re: The New EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 2019/01/12 04:37:55 (permalink)
    Hello.
    I don't see any backplate or ICX model. What about this new fan design compared to ACX or ICX then plz?
    So, is that a cheap version to limit your fees and get a better profit or a real and wise choice for this 2060?
     
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