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ASUS Dual GeForce RTX 2060 OC Edition Graphic Card (6 GB GDDR6) £329.99 @ Amazon
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ASUS Dual GeForce RTX 2060 OC Edition Graphic Card (6 GB GDDR6) £329.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 17th Aug

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Looking for a graphics card to complete my build.

Need a Nvidia one as I do have a gsync monitor. This is the best I could find in my budget, let need know your thoughts...
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tempt17/08/2019 13:14

Super-size for £60 morehttps://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07TZ69CWF/


That looks good... But delivery is one to three weeks!
330 for a cooking 2060 is pretty expensive when they've been as low as 280. Cold from me.
Are these good for 4k video editing?
Don't need Nvidia for all gsync monitors now.
GishG17/08/2019 14:10

Don't need Nvidia for all gsync monitors now.


Tell me more
Freezing, this is the standard price for these (well the reference model technically), far better going up to the Super or with the AMD 5700 series...
GishG17/08/2019 14:10

Don't need Nvidia for all gsync monitors now.


I think you mean you don't need Radeon cards for freesync now on a growing selection of monitors.
I would go with the super tbh. Newer and 8gb as opposed to 6gb
GishG17/08/2019 14:26

My …My bad.https://www.theverge.com/2019/3/8/18220853/nvidia-g-sync-support-freesync-monitor-gaming


Nvidia are the Apple of graphics cards with their proprietary technology shenanigans. It's for baloney like this that my next card will be AMD, who open up their technologies for Nvidia and others to use but never get the same kindness back.
Edited by: "ericobnn" 17th Aug
With the super cards and the 5700's I really think this shouldn't be priced for more than £300 rrp if Nvidia was sensible.
At this budget it's always worth looking at second hand. For this price you can get a used GTX1080 (I got one for £230 and they generally go less than £300) if lucky a 1080 TI (some went for £422 yesterday on eBay and I've seen some even cheaper) - They might be older models but they generally outperform the RTX2060 in most games.
that price tho - £419.99

FYI Market below 400 belongs to AMD now. Everything above to Nvidia.38283637-lZHJJ.jpg
Edited by: "Tired.Ben.Affleck" 17th Aug
ericobnn17/08/2019 15:21

Nvidia are the Apple of graphics cards with their proprietary technology …Nvidia are the Apple of graphics cards with their proprietary technology shenanigans. It's for baloney like this that my next card will be AMD, who open up their technologies for Nvidia and others to use but never get the same kindness back.


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mattclarkie17/08/2019 16:16

At this budget it's always worth looking at second hand. For this price …At this budget it's always worth looking at second hand. For this price you can get a used GTX1080 (I got one for £230 and they generally go less than £300) if lucky a 1080 TI (some went for £422 yesterday on eBay and I've seen some even cheaper) - They might be older models but they generally outperform the RTX2060 in most games.


One can even buy a new Vega 56 around the 250 mark, clock it to around 64, and undervolt and you essentially get the same performance as this. The 2060 should be no more than 300. All modern cards are just priced one bracket higher than their performance tier, especially so for team green.
Edited by: "3anana" 17th Aug
Will I really miss g sync? Should I just go for an and and stay below the £250 mark?
bob_regis17/08/2019 19:41

Will I really miss g sync? Should I just go for an and and stay below the …Will I really miss g sync? Should I just go for an and and stay below the £250 mark?


If you don't need to spend so much then don't. If you're at 1080p a Vega 56 or rx580 is perfectly fine. Even for 1440p it's fine although 56 is more comfortable there. Save yourself the money over this card. That may be money better spent elsewhere in your system/setup for a better experience.
Edited by: "3anana" 17th Aug
I just got a reference 5700 XT from Flubit for this price. Much faster at the same cost.
Asus have tried to overcharge in any case, this is still 10% overpriced. Nvidia still acts like the Navi cards haven't arrived...
This is crazy over priced. As mentioned above, the super is £60 more with 256bit bus instead of 192bit, 8gb instead of 6gb. Higher clock speeds.

Don’t get me wrong they’re both massively overpriced but this card is a joke at this price. I thought this was the super and was considering buying. As I wouldn’t pay more than this for the super.
This is a realy poor buy with the Vega 64 Nitro + 2 free games at £20 less, that card has a much nicer cooler too, and very close to the performance of the 2060S.

Or stretch £10 and get an rx5700 which is unequivocally the better card.
bob_regis17/08/2019 19:41

Will I really miss g sync? Should I just go for an and and stay below the …Will I really miss g sync? Should I just go for an and and stay below the £250 mark?


What is your current card? I suspect your best choice right now is -- don't buy anything.

I really think GSync is a good, and it's premium may not be worth it for everyone, but you are guaranteed a quality version of adaptive sync. Freesync is a mixed bag as the requirements to be labeled FreeSync are so incredibly easy to hit. Since you already own it, I don't see a reason to swap to AMD. You'll get a few people telling you how immoral NVIDIA are or what not, but that's just fanboy talk.

I'd personally, in your situation, wait for NVIDIA's card to drop in price.
Nate149219/08/2019 12:32

What is your current card? I suspect your best choice right now is -- …What is your current card? I suspect your best choice right now is -- don't buy anything.I really think GSync is a good, and it's premium may not be worth it for everyone, but you are guaranteed a quality version of adaptive sync. Freesync is a mixed bag as the requirements to be labeled FreeSync are so incredibly easy to hit. Since you already own it, I don't see a reason to swap to AMD. You'll get a few people telling you how immoral NVIDIA are or what not, but that's just fanboy talk.I'd personally, in your situation, wait for NVIDIA's card to drop in price.


My current card is a 2047 Nvidia Geforce GTX 760. I reckon at least 6 years old. I might just put this in my current system and find a cheapo one for the moment to keep my current one going.
Cold, this should be under 300
bob_regis19/08/2019 17:18

My current card is a 2047 Nvidia Geforce GTX 760. I reckon at least 6 …My current card is a 2047 Nvidia Geforce GTX 760. I reckon at least 6 years old. I might just put this in my current system and find a cheapo one for the moment to keep my current one going.


I think the 760 is fine for a bit longer, unless you have a game you specifically are thinking 'nah this sucks' you have the luxury of time.

I suspect if you wait a wee bit, the 2060 will dip into the low 200s.
Nate149220/08/2019 15:41

I think the 760 is fine for a bit longer, unless you have a game you …I think the 760 is fine for a bit longer, unless you have a game you specifically are thinking 'nah this sucks' you have the luxury of time.I suspect if you wait a wee bit, the 2060 will dip into the low 200s.


Thanks. I am going to follow your advice. I have bought a cheap spare card whilst I transfer data across (dual monitor setup) and will sl then sell it on.
Cold from me. You get 10-20 FPS more with the RTX 2060 Super for only ~£60 more. Doesn't seem like much of a deal.
This or a 5700?
Would appreciate a response
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