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Gigabyte NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 SUPER 8GB WINDFORCE OC Turing Graphics Card + Modern Warfare - £344.99 / £349.78 delivered @ Scan
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Posted 26th Nov 2019

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Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2060 SUPER WINDFORCE OC 8GB GDDR6 Ray-Tracing Graphics Card, 2176 Core, 1470MHZ GPU, 1680MHZ Boost.
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Is there much difference between this and the 2070s in terms of performance
wakkaday26/11/2019 15:35

Is there much difference between this and the 2070s in terms of performance


There is quite a significant difference between the two cards especially when gaming at 1440p. The rtx 2060 super is more comparable to the 2070 rather than the 2070 super. However if your gaming at 1080p 2070 super has ~10fps extra than the 2060 super.
Yuny_A26/11/2019 15:41

There is quite a significant difference between the two cards especially …There is quite a significant difference between the two cards especially when gaming at 1440p. The rtx 2060 super is more comparable to the 2070 rather than the 2070 super. However if your gaming at 1080p 2070 super has ~10fps extra than the 2060 super.


The 2070 super is absolute overkill for 1080p. Hell even the 2070 is overkill for 1080p. These cards are designed for 1440p tbh.

I'm running a 2060 at ultra 1440p and hitting well above 60fps on every title.
steve_bezerker26/11/2019 15:52

The 2070 super is absolute overkill for 1080p. Hell even the 2070 is …The 2070 super is absolute overkill for 1080p. Hell even the 2070 is overkill for 1080p. These cards are designed for 1440p tbh.I'm running a 2060 at ultra 1440p and hitting well above 60fps on every title.


Very true haha. I’m building my first ever pc this week (Ryzen 5 3600 + RTX 2060 S). Still unsure if I should go 144hz 1080p or 1440p @ 60fps :/
steve_bezerker26/11/2019 15:52

The 2070 super is absolute overkill for 1080p. Hell even the 2070 is …The 2070 super is absolute overkill for 1080p. Hell even the 2070 is overkill for 1080p. These cards are designed for 1440p tbh.I'm running a 2060 at ultra 1440p and hitting well above 60fps on every title.


I'm guessing there's nothing wrong with future proofing the system? Of course if the budget allows.

I myself wonder between this and the 5700XT.
Yuny_A26/11/2019 15:55

Very true haha. I’m building my first ever pc this week (Ryzen 5 3600 + R …Very true haha. I’m building my first ever pc this week (Ryzen 5 3600 + RTX 2060 S). Still unsure if I should go 144hz 1080p or 1440p @ 60fps :/


I would take 144hz over 60hz any day. Especially fps games.
maccymac26/11/2019 15:56

I'm guessing there's nothing wrong with future proofing the system? Of …I'm guessing there's nothing wrong with future proofing the system? Of course if the budget allows. I myself wonder between this and the 5700XT.


There is nothing wrong with it no, it's not necessarily cost effective to invest in this card unless you want to play 1440p right now though. Sooner or later games are going to be using more and more VRAM and higher clock speeds... in 2 to 3 years time these RTX cards won't hold up very well in 1440p (Unless you've got a 2080).
Yuny_A26/11/2019 15:55

Very true haha. I’m building my first ever pc this week (Ryzen 5 3600 + R …Very true haha. I’m building my first ever pc this week (Ryzen 5 3600 + RTX 2060 S). Still unsure if I should go 144hz 1080p or 1440p @ 60fps :/


You'll get both with your super I would say. Playing at 144fps is easily achievable in the large majority of titles. Especially esports titles where you're going to want that extra frame rate. For the titles you can't quite squeeze out the last few frames drop the shadow quality down and it'll skyrocket back up.

I use a 1440p 144hz monitor on just my 2060 and I get over 200fps in esports titles and a nice steady 100-120 in most others. If I turn shadows off I'll get 150 easy.
steve_bezerker26/11/2019 16:01

You'll get both with your super I would say. Playing at 144fps is easily …You'll get both with your super I would say. Playing at 144fps is easily achievable in the large majority of titles. Especially esports titles where you're going to want that extra frame rate. For the titles you can't quite squeeze out the last few frames drop the shadow quality down and it'll skyrocket back up.I use a 1440p 144hz monitor on just my 2060 and I get over 200fps in esports titles and a nice steady 100-120 in most others. If I turn shadows off I'll get 150 easy.


Wow interesting. Are both your CPU and GPU overclocked?
Yuny_A26/11/2019 16:02

Wow interesting. Are both your CPU and GPU overclocked?


No, neither of them are overclocked I haven't needed to yet. There will always be some games you cant build for right, like Monster Hunter plays like ****. I get 60fps on that game in 1440p ultra because the optimisation blows. Other games like Warframe on ultra I'll hit 150-160fps.

Then there's the games in the middle - Battlefield, where it'll hit about 110-120 on ultra, however like I said, most of the games frames seem to be made up in junk like shadows. I usually just scale shadows down in most games and get way more FPS.

Edit: For a more recent example, Red Dead easily gets about 75fps but that's not really a game you'll want FPS for, and that game is terribly optimised too.
Edited by: "steve_bezerker" 26th Nov 2019
maccymac26/11/2019 15:56

I'm guessing there's nothing wrong with future proofing the system? Of …I'm guessing there's nothing wrong with future proofing the system? Of course if the budget allows. I myself wonder between this and the 5700XT.


I've been looking into this.

There appears to still be issues for a fair number of people (that's downplaying to be honest) with the AMD drivers. I read enough for it to be a major concern for me. It's a pass for me presently.

Apparently the "big fix" is coming in December. If that is indeed true, then I'm very interested again.
Edited by: "Alansk1" 26th Nov 2019
Alansk126/11/2019 16:12

I've been looking into this. There appears to still be issues a fair …I've been looking into this. There appears to still be issues a fair number of people (that's downplaying to be honest) are having with the AMD drivers. I read enough for it to be a major concern for me. It's a pass for me presently. Apparently the "big fix" is coming in December. If that is indeed true, then I'm very interested again.


Ah I have heard about the buggy drivers, I've never owned an AMD card or the CPUs. Always been on the blue and green team. But recently with the Ryzen processors and Intel taking us for absolute muppets, I'm thinking about a Ryzen build and saw the 5700 XT being a decent card within that budget. But might be sticking to Nvidia if the drivers to get sorted out. Thanks for the info!
reckon this will drop a bit more? was planning on getting a gtx 1660 for my first ever pc. was hoping for it to drop close to £200.
vI_M4YH3Mz_Iv26/11/2019 16:39

reckon this will drop a bit more? was planning on getting a gtx 1660 for …reckon this will drop a bit more? was planning on getting a gtx 1660 for my first ever pc. was hoping for it to drop close to £200.


You'll get a 1660 Super for under 200. Maybe even a 1660 Ti.

The 2060 can already be had for 250-275ish so I wouldnt anticipate them to move much closer than that.
Edited by: "steve_bezerker" 26th Nov 2019
steve_bezerker26/11/2019 16:07

No, neither of them are overclocked I haven't needed to yet. There will …No, neither of them are overclocked I haven't needed to yet. There will always be some games you cant build for right, like Monster Hunter plays like ****. I get 60fps on that game in 1440p ultra because the optimisation blows. Other games like Warframe on ultra I'll hit 150-160fps.Then there's the games in the middle - Battlefield, where it'll hit about 110-120 on ultra, however like I said, most of the games frames seem to be made up in junk like shadows. I usually just scale shadows down in most games and get way more FPS.Edit: For a more recent example, Red Dead easily gets about 75fps but that's not really a game you'll want FPS for, and that game is terribly optimised too.


Thanks for the Info really didn’t expect the 2060 super to perform that well on 1440p. Hopefully if there’s a 1440p 144/100hz monitor on BF I will probably go for it!
Yuny_A26/11/2019 17:12

Thanks for the Info really didn’t expect the 2060 super to perform that w …Thanks for the Info really didn’t expect the 2060 super to perform that well on 1440p. Hopefully if there’s a 1440p 144/100hz monitor on BF I will probably go for it!


Your CPU and RAM will obviously play a part in it as well. Good luck for the deal mate
maccymac26/11/2019 16:15

Ah I have heard about the buggy drivers, I've never owned an AMD card or …Ah I have heard about the buggy drivers, I've never owned an AMD card or the CPUs. Always been on the blue and green team. But recently with the Ryzen processors and Intel taking us for absolute muppets, I'm thinking about a Ryzen build and saw the 5700 XT being a decent card within that budget. But might be sticking to Nvidia if the drivers to get sorted out. Thanks for the info!


You can't go wrong with the Ryzen CPU market. I bought into it in the first generation (1600) and it's been nothing but stellar. Hoping for a cheap 3600 during the sales.

As for cards... The drivers used to be great. I was Nvidia all the way back in the early 2000s. Then got a xfx 5770 and then a 270x and both were great. It's a problem with their new architecture. The 5700xt is a great card in of itself. If they can make it properly stable, it's a no brainer. Just wouldn't personally recommend. Pretty much everyday on r/AMD you'll see a "what's the status of the 5700". Worth reading if you want to get a better idea of what's going on.

If my Palit 1060 hadn't sadly conked out a week ago, I wouldn't even be in the market. So I'm just hoping that the sales are good enough on Friday to make it worth buying into the 20 series, as I'm kinda stuck between gens at the moment. The new nvidia lineup it's rumored for April.

If not, I'll just buy a 970/80 off eBay to tie me over
Alansk126/11/2019 17:53

You can't go wrong with the Ryzen CPU market. I bought into it in the …You can't go wrong with the Ryzen CPU market. I bought into it in the first generation (1600) and it's been nothing but stellar. Hoping for a cheap 3600 during the sales. As for cards... The drivers used to be great. I was Nvidia all the way back in the early 2000s. Then got a xfx 5770 and then a 270x and both were great. It's a problem with their new architecture. The 5700xt is a great card in of itself. If they can make it properly stable, it's a no brainer. Just wouldn't personally recommend. Pretty much everyday on r/AMD you'll see a "what's the status of the 5700". Worth reading if you want to get a better idea of what's going on.If my Palit 1060 hadn't sadly conked out a week ago, I wouldn't even be in the market. So I'm just hoping that the sales are good enough on Friday to make it worth buying into the 20 series, as I'm kinda stuck between gens at the moment. The new nvidia lineup it's rumored for April. If not, I'll just buy a 970/80 off eBay to tie me over


I picked up the Ryzen 5 3600 for £150 on very with the £50 off £100 spend on first credit order! The offer is still valid if you’re interested.
Edited by: "Yuny_A" 26th Nov 2019
Yuny_A26/11/2019 15:55

Very true haha. I’m building my first ever pc this week (Ryzen 5 3600 + R …Very true haha. I’m building my first ever pc this week (Ryzen 5 3600 + RTX 2060 S). Still unsure if I should go 144hz 1080p or 1440p @ 60fps :/


Why not 1440p @ 75hz?
this is insane pricing for what equates to a mid range card at more than an xbox x model with several games thrown in greedy greedy nvidia
maddogb26/11/2019 19:49

this is insane pricing for what equates to a mid range card at more than …this is insane pricing for what equates to a mid range card at more than an xbox x model with several games thrown in greedy greedy nvidia


Shocking ain’t it
Alansk126/11/2019 17:53

You can't go wrong with the Ryzen CPU market. I bought into it in the …You can't go wrong with the Ryzen CPU market. I bought into it in the first generation (1600) and it's been nothing but stellar. Hoping for a cheap 3600 during the sales. As for cards... The drivers used to be great. I was Nvidia all the way back in the early 2000s. Then got a xfx 5770 and then a 270x and both were great. It's a problem with their new architecture. The 5700xt is a great card in of itself. If they can make it properly stable, it's a no brainer. Just wouldn't personally recommend. Pretty much everyday on r/AMD you'll see a "what's the status of the 5700". Worth reading if you want to get a better idea of what's going on.If my Palit 1060 hadn't sadly conked out a week ago, I wouldn't even be in the market. So I'm just hoping that the sales are good enough on Friday to make it worth buying into the 20 series, as I'm kinda stuck between gens at the moment. The new nvidia lineup it's rumored for April. If not, I'll just buy a 970/80 off eBay to tie me over


I think you are being a bit dramatic about the 5700/XT, whist there were some issues during the early drivers they didn't affect everyone. Issues with DX9 titles, 75Hz monitors, and hardware acceleration in certain applications for the most part is resolved, with further minor issues for very specific use cases maybe exaggerating the actual number or severity of the problems being seen.

Buying a card now after all of this has been solved is putting you in a better position, and it is better then having hardware issues that cannot be resolved unless you RMA your card (looking at you RTX GDDR6 RAM).

Any how, this deal is terrible, there is one thing for sure no matter what you do you'll never make a 2060S as fast as the 5700XT. £279 is the price where this needs to be.
Uncommon.Sense26/11/2019 21:11

I think you are being a bit dramatic about the 5700/XT, whist there were …I think you are being a bit dramatic about the 5700/XT, whist there were some issues during the early drivers they didn't affect everyone. Issues with DX9 titles, 75Hz monitors, and hardware acceleration in certain applications for the most part is resolved, with further minor issues for very specific use cases maybe exaggerating the actual number or severity of the problems being seen.Buying a card now after all of this has been solved is putting you in a better position, and it is better then having hardware issues that cannot be resolved unless you RMA your card (looking at you RTX GDDR6 RAM).Any how, this deal is terrible, there is one thing for sure no matter what you do you'll never make a 2060S as fast as the 5700XT. £279 is the price where this needs to be.


I was planning on going for a Ryzen 5 3600 and Rtx 2060 super build. Have only bought my case and CPU so far, would you recommend I go for the 5700XT? As mentioned above. all the driver issues put me off as this is my first PC build and hopefully looking forward to gaming smoothly and without encountering problems initially
Yuny_A26/11/2019 21:25

I was planning on going for a Ryzen 5 3600 and Rtx 2060 super build. Have …I was planning on going for a Ryzen 5 3600 and Rtx 2060 super build. Have only bought my case and CPU so far, would you recommend I go for the 5700XT? As mentioned above. all the driver issues put me off as this is my first PC build and hopefully looking forward to gaming smoothly and without encountering problems initially


Go with what you are comfortable with, it is different for the average user as opposed to a lifetime professional, just don't overpay. I'll have a look to see what other 2060S cards are around.
Uncommon.Sense26/11/2019 21:11

I think you are being a bit dramatic about the 5700/XT, whist there were …I think you are being a bit dramatic about the 5700/XT, whist there were some issues during the early drivers they didn't affect everyone. Issues with DX9 titles, 75Hz monitors, and hardware acceleration in certain applications for the most part is resolved, with further minor issues for very specific use cases maybe exaggerating the actual number or severity of the problems being seen.Buying a card now after all of this has been solved is putting you in a better position, and it is better then having hardware issues that cannot be resolved unless you RMA your card (looking at you RTX GDDR6 RAM).Any how, this deal is terrible, there is one thing for sure no matter what you do you'll never make a 2060S as fast as the 5700XT. £279 is the price where this needs to be.


Well.. they aren't my comments. I don't own the product, so I have no biase either way.

They're comments from people who have 5700 and 5700xt's. Sure, you always have to be careful of listening to the small minority and not the vocal majority, but it's enough for me to hold back.

Is it enough for you? Who knows. That's up to each individual to make their own decision. I'm simply informing someone of what I found during my research. Some people have had zero problems since day one. Others have had many issues.

But just for reference.. this is AMD's own list of known issues still.

Known Issues

Radeon RX 5700 series graphics products may intermittently experience loss of display or video signal during gameplay.

Radeon RX 5700 series graphics products may experience stutter in some games at 1080p and low game settings.

Performance Metrics Overlay may cause stutter or screen flashing on some applications.

Toggling HDR may cause system instability during gaming when Radeon ReLive is enabled.

AMD Radeon VII may experience elevated memory clocks at idle or on desktop.

Performance Metrics Overlay may report incorrect VRAM utilization.

Invoking Radeon Overlay may cause games to lose focus or become minimized when HDR is enabled within Windows®.
I can't really tell if this is a good deal or not. I'm currently still running a GTX 970, skipped the 10 series, was tempted by the 20 series on release but the prices were just insane.

My Dell S2716DG recently died just outside of it's warranty (typical) so i'm now running 1920x1080 @ 165hz which i'm actually really liking so i've been looking for a 1660Ti or a SUPER on black friday. I keep reading a 2060 or 2060 SUPER is too overkill for 1080p but surely this would be better for the long run? I'm not even remotely interested in the ray tracing.

Is anyone else stuck in the 9 series upgrade dilemma?
sausagematt27/11/2019 08:36

I can't really tell if this is a good deal or not. I'm currently still …I can't really tell if this is a good deal or not. I'm currently still running a GTX 970, skipped the 10 series, was tempted by the 20 series on release but the prices were just insane.My Dell S2716DG recently died just outside of it's warranty (typical) so i'm now running 1920x1080 @ 165hz which i'm actually really liking so i've been looking for a 1660Ti or a SUPER on black friday. I keep reading a 2060 or 2060 SUPER is too overkill for 1080p but surely this would be better for the long run? I'm not even remotely interested in the ray tracing. Is anyone else stuck in the 9 series upgrade dilemma?


Yep , 970 here for me as well. Looking at upgrading to 1080p@144hz so have been considering the 2060 SUPER even if it is overkill. Although the 970 has lasted me 4 1/2 years I'm still looking to make sure I future proof myself a fair bit - so even considering a 2070 or even going red for the 5700 XT. No idea what to purchase in reality however.
callumjames9027/11/2019 19:13

Yep , 970 here for me as well. Looking at upgrading to 1080p@144hz so have …Yep , 970 here for me as well. Looking at upgrading to 1080p@144hz so have been considering the 2060 SUPER even if it is overkill. Although the 970 has lasted me 4 1/2 years I'm still looking to make sure I future proof myself a fair bit - so even considering a 2070 or even going red for the 5700 XT. No idea what to purchase in reality however.


Lmao I can relate except i haven’t built my first pc yet. Literally have no idea on which card to pick. Rtx 2060 super or 2070 super or 5700xt or whatever. Planning to play on 144hz @ 1080p as well but I also want to buy a 1440p monitor for story games. Just waiting until Black Friday to see which card has the best offer and will go for one of them
Yuny_A27/11/2019 19:17

Lmao I can relate except i haven’t built my first pc yet. Literally have n …Lmao I can relate except i haven’t built my first pc yet. Literally have no idea on which card to pick. Rtx 2060 super or 2070 super or 5700xt or whatever. Planning to play on 144hz @ 1080p as well but I also want to buy a 1440p monitor for story games. Just waiting until Black Friday to see which card has the best offer and will go for one of them


Easy choice for 1440p 2070s... pointless going 2060s too weak and the 5700xt is riddled with issues. Youll need to pay a premium for that res.
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