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KFA2  GeForce RTX 2070 EX 1-Click OC 8192MB GDDR6 PCI-Express Graphics Card, £409.85 at Overclockers
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KFA2 GeForce RTX 2070 EX 1-Click OC 8192MB GDDR6 PCI-Express Graphics Card, £409.85 at Overclockers

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Posted 3rd Jul

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Good price and decent GPU.
Specification:
- GPU Engine Specs:
- CUDA Cores 2304
- Core Clock (MHz) 1620
- 1-Click OC Clock (MHz) 1665 (by installing Xtreme Tuner Plus Software and using 1-Click OC)
- Memory Specs:
- Memory Speed 14Gbps
- Standard Memory Config 8GB
- Memory Interface Width 256-bit GDDR6
- Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec) 448
- Feature Support:
- PCI-E 3.0
- Windows 7 64-bit, Windows 10 64-bit, Linux 64-bit
- Display Support:
- DisplayPort 1.4 x 2, HDMI 2.0b
- Dimensions(with Bracket): 295*143*51mm
- Dimensions(without Bracket): 285*127*52mm
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2060 super is meant to be pretty much 2070 performance with 8gb ddr6 for £399. I personally would wait for better deals as this is an end of life card.
Not the time to buy this card at all.
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“- Core Clock (MHz) 1620
- 1-Click OC Clock (MHz) 1665 (by installing Xtreme Tuner Plus Software and using 1-Click OC)”

Haha erm... is that something you really want to advertise?? Or is this just a dreadful card?
1nsomniac03/07/2019 21:24

“- Core Clock (MHz) 1620- 1-Click OC Clock (MHz) 1665 (by installing X …“- Core Clock (MHz) 1620- 1-Click OC Clock (MHz) 1665 (by installing Xtreme Tuner Plus Software and using 1-Click OC)”Haha erm... is that something you really want to advertise?? Or is this just a dreadful card?


Third party manufacturers are not allowed to out of the box overclock their cards, due to nvidia themselves.
2060 super is meant to be pretty much 2070 performance with 8gb ddr6 for £399. I personally would wait for better deals as this is an end of life card.
Not the time to buy this card at all.
2070 Super @ £475 gives you 2080 levels of performance, no point buying these now.
475 is almost 20% more than this, for an average of 10% more performance so this is certainly relevant although a 2060 Super is a good alternative too. RTX cards are still a tad too expensive though.
Edited by: "3anana" 3rd Jul
At this point you’d be mad not to wait until Navi and see what happens... expecting some Vega deals popping up as well.
Letstu03/07/2019 22:07

2060 super is meant to be pretty much 2070 performance with 8gb ddr6 for …2060 super is meant to be pretty much 2070 performance with 8gb ddr6 for £399. I personally would wait for better deals as this is an end of life card.


2060 Super is £379 nvidia.com/en-…er/

Also it is only 4% slower on average.

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Ok seems they’ve adjusted that down a bit for uk. Was $399 last I read!

They really are going after AMD with that pricing.
Letstu04/07/2019 13:08

Ok seems they’ve adjusted that down a bit for uk. Was $399 last I read! T …Ok seems they’ve adjusted that down a bit for uk. Was $399 last I read! They really are going after AMD with that pricing.


Yeah it's a great card for the price (in todays market), the ray tracing seems to match the 2070 too as they have increased the RT core to 7 Giga Rays/s.

I'm currently using a 2060 6GB that I got at launch and It still seems like a decent buy but if I was buying a new card now I would go for the Super. I will hold onto it until 7nm Ampere next year.
The 2080 Super looks like it could be the one for me. I want a 4k card so if the price is right then thats my Xmas pressie to myself.

Alternatively i am keeping an eye on 1080Tis as they might drop to a bargain price (with eBay code say) now 2080s will be discontinued and will be ok to last a year or 2 at medium/high 4K i am sure.
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