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MSI GeForce RTX 2060 VENTUS XS OC 6GB Graphics Card £274.98 +£3.49 delivery Ebuyer
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MSI GeForce RTX 2060 VENTUS XS OC 6GB Graphics Card £274.98 +£3.49 delivery Ebuyer

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MSI GeForce RTX 2060 VENTUS XS OC 6GB Graphics Card
MSI's RTX 2060 is Ready to unleash supreme power

The MSI NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 Graphics Card is driven by the new NVIDIA Turing GPU design and the revolutionary NVIDIA RTX platform. Featuring the much anticipated return of MSI's iconic dual fan, providing efficient cooling and performance for years to come. With the MSI GeForce RTX 20-Series gaming cards, you get an extreme gaming experience with next generation graphics performance, ice cold cooling, and advanced overclocking features with the all new MSI AfterBurner. The new NVIDIA GeForce RTX GPUs have pushed beyond the previous generation's limits, delivering the ultimate PC gaming experience. You can enjoy the future of gaming with NVIDIA G-SYNC and see the difference in frame rate, speed and smoothness.



INDUSTRIAL SHAPE FOR ANY BUILD

Featuring a fresh new dual fan design from MSI, the RTX 2060 VENTUS proudly displays its industrial shapes in neutral colours so that you can fit it into any whatever colour or design.



Have a more Fulfilling Experience With G-SYNC

The smoothest, fastest and most exciting gaming experience ever by eliminating screen tearing, display stutter and input lag.
Ultra-high resolution (UHD) delivers 4x the resolution of 1080p content, enabling much sharper and crisper images with delicate details during gaming. While High Dynamic Range (HDR) enhances your gaming world with higher contrast and brighter colours than you've ever seen before.



Control to Showcase your style

To experience and enjoy the impressive world of Virtual Reality, high-performance hardware is required. MSI, world leading brand in high-end gaming and eSports, provides the right advice to make sure your system is VR Ready. Integrating the very best of cutting edge technologies in recommended MSI VR gaming hardware for smooth performance. Together with our VR partners, MSI brings gamers an extremely realistic VR experience where games come alive.



GPU

Chipset Manufacturer

NVIDIA

Chipset Model Name

GeForce RTX

Chipset Model Number

2060

Chipset Additional Information

Ventus XS

Boost Chip Clock

1710 MHz

Graphics Core

CUDA

Number of Cores

1920 cores

Memory

Memory Size

6144 MB

Memory Clock

14 Gbps

Memory Type

GDDR6

Memory Width

192 bit

Interfaces/Ports

Video Card Bus Type

PCI Express

Video Card Bus Version

3.0 x16

HDMI Port

1 x HDMI 2.0b

DisplayPort

3 x DisplayPort 1.4

Resolution

Multiple Monitor Support (Max)

Yes (4)

Maximum Resolution

7680 x 4320 pixels

System Requirements

System Requirements

1 x PCI Express 3.0 x16 slot
Minimum 500W PSU with 1 x 8-pin PCIe connector

Electrical

Power Connector

1 x 8-pin PCIe

Power Consumption

Up to 160 W

Recomended Power Supply

500 W

Physical

Form Factor

Graphics Card

Width

42 mm (Dual Slot)

Depth

216 mm

Height

132 mm
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15 Comments
Given the RX 5700 XT and now the 5600, the 2060 sits about in the middle between the two but closer to the 5600 and even performs worse than the 5600 in certain scenarios. You should do your own research but briefly searching ebuyer.com/911…-oc and seeing that the 5600 is also cheaper, I'd seriously reconsider getting a card like this.

I remember back from my search back when I was looking for GPUs, I read that this card's fans weren't particularly great. Also with the release of the 5600, Nvidia actually slashed their prices on the 2060 Super so it might be worth waiting to see the trend, if you're not desperate that is.
anony_mous26/01/2020 15:33

Given the RX 5700 XT and now the 5600, the 2060 sits about in the middle …Given the RX 5700 XT and now the 5600, the 2060 sits about in the middle between the two but closer to the 5600 and even performs worse than the 5600 in certain scenarios. You should do your own research but briefly searching https://www.ebuyer.com/911052-msi-radeon-rx-5700-evoke-oc-8gb-gddr6-graphics-card-rx-5700-evoke-oc and seeing that the 5600 is also cheaper, I'd seriously reconsider getting a card like this. I remember back from my search back when I was looking for GPUs, I read that this card's fans weren't particularly great. Also with the release of the 5600, Nvidia actually slashed their prices on the 2060 Super so it might be worth waiting to see the trend, if you're not desperate that is.


All valid comments the 5600 is close, but not up to the mark. For a card you can get in the next few days, It seems like good value.
The Palit rtx 2060 is only £259.99 but this might be better for noise and temps but If you did want it cheaper then I would in my view go for that one.
dragon9726/01/2020 18:02

The Palit rtx 2060 is only £259.99 but this might be better for noise and …The Palit rtx 2060 is only £259.99 but this might be better for noise and temps but If you did want it cheaper then I would in my view go for that one.


Check the clock speeds
bogrole26/01/2020 18:15

Check the clock speeds


The clock speeds are about the same Palit RTX2060 is base 1365 MHz boost is 1680 MHz and the MSI one is also 1365MHz but with a bit higher boost of 1710MHz
dragon9726/01/2020 18:22

The clock speeds are about the same Palit RTX2060 is base 1365 MHz boost …The clock speeds are about the same Palit RTX2060 is base 1365 MHz boost is 1680 MHz and the MSI one is also 1365MHz but with a bit higher boost of 1710MHz


The main difference between them is probably that the more expensive ones have B-die chips which generally means more room for overclocking. And that the cooling is pretty bad lol
I have this msi and it does overclock well, its stable at 1950mhz / 8000mhz using the oc scanner in Afterburner and manually adjusting memory, I paid similar in Novemeber and I am very happy with it



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I have an old 560ti, don't play much other than skyrim at the moment. How does this compare in terms of times more powerful?
ned.ford26/01/2020 20:48

I have an old 560ti, don't play much other than skyrim at the moment. How …I have an old 560ti, don't play much other than skyrim at the moment. How does this compare in terms of times more powerful?


About 400% faster ! Loads more ram so you can mod. But honestly your most likely going to be cpu bound and you may need a new power supply, you got an i5 2500 or similar ? I’d prob look at a 1660 super or even a 1650 super
I'd get this over the single fan cards that are a bit cheaper, heat.
The 5600's are weird. Confusing because performance varies alot.

5700 have crap drivers.

2060 are not a bad option.
anony_mous26/01/2020 18:24

The main difference between them is probably that the more expensive ones …The main difference between them is probably that the more expensive ones have B-die chips which generally means more room for overclocking. And that the cooling is pretty bad lol


Oh thanks for the info, never knew that.
james10726/01/2020 21:20

About 400% faster ! Loads more ram so you can mod. But honestly your most …About 400% faster ! Loads more ram so you can mod. But honestly your most likely going to be cpu bound and you may need a new power supply, you got an i5 2500 or similar ? I’d prob look at a 1660 super or even a 1650 super


What will this card perform like with the ryzen 2600x
StephenReed07/02/2020 10:54

What will this card perform like with the ryzen 2600x


I’ve got a ryzen 2600 over clocked to 4.1 and just bought the ZOTAC 2060, I’m getting 70 FPS in borderlands 3 with the game maxed out at the biggest Fov. For 1080p at 60fps this card is loads.
anony_mous26/01/2020 15:33

Given the RX 5700 XT and now the 5600, the 2060 sits about in the middle …Given the RX 5700 XT and now the 5600, the 2060 sits about in the middle between the two but closer to the 5600 and even performs worse than the 5600 in certain scenarios. You should do your own research but briefly searching https://www.ebuyer.com/911052-msi-radeon-rx-5700-evoke-oc-8gb-gddr6-graphics-card-rx-5700-evoke-oc and seeing that the 5600 is also cheaper, I'd seriously reconsider getting a card like this. I remember back from my search back when I was looking for GPUs, I read that this card's fans weren't particularly great. Also with the release of the 5600, Nvidia actually slashed their prices on the 2060 Super so it might be worth waiting to see the trend, if you're not desperate that is.


Yeah, but this doesn't crash randomly interrupting gameplay and potentially getting you banned from online games.
I have an XT, it crashes in every game I've played, mildly fixed by fiddling but still, do you want a card that poorly opitmised?

By this. Save the headache, lose 5% performance gain 100% enjoyment of gaming.
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