MattukrHow 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..?
the_Scarlet_oneMattukrHow 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.
ehabash1I 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
DraketoupsI 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 70/803. What actually is GTX vs RTX explain as simple as possible I don't really need a huge explanation just a bit curious haha.
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.
umeng2002I 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.
umeng2002EVGA 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.