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GeForce RTX 2060 SUPER
Effective Memory Clock
Expansion Slot Width
1 PCIe 8-pin
- 18 points
- 5 months ago
from completed build Creative Cloud i9
This easily aces Unigine benchmarks on Ultra settings at 4K resolution. Wolfenstein: Youngblood (bundled with Super cards) also ran great at 4K, with amazing ray-traced visual effects.
In both cases this was at 60fps – my monitor can't display more than that. I don't think it would push out 4K at higher FPS on max settings, but could easily do this on lower resolutions/settings.
I also tested a multi-monitor setup effectively outputting 8K from the card (with regular applications, not games), which raised no issues.
At time of writing, Adobe hasn't yet taken advantage of the features of RTX cards to speed up its CC applications, but we can hopefully look forward to this soon.
The card includes 2 fans that won't kick in until the card has heated up way past 50°. That's probably OK, but I wanted to be safe so have overriden this with additional software. The fans are effective and quiet.
A small amount of RGB is included, which in my book is preferable. This is in the form of a small, tasteful, blue/magenta strip on the front.
- 3 points
- 27 days ago
from completed build Midrange Linux Gaming
Performs well, runs cool and very quiet. Sharp looking. Has zero fan mode below about 50c. Only cons are the size (it takes up 3 full slots of space), and the extremely bright white/magenta led strip on the front. However, it can be unplugged very easily. See my completed build for a picture of the correct connector to unplug.