Unfortunately, this deal is no longer available
MSI GeForce RTX 2060 Ventus XS OC 6GB Graphics Card @ebay CCL Shop - £266.75
207° Expired

MSI GeForce RTX 2060 Ventus XS OC 6GB Graphics Card @ebay CCL Shop - £266.75

£266.75eBay Deals
14
Posted 3rd Feb

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

As far as I can see using PCPartPicker, this is the lowest this card has ever been.
Community Updates

Groups

14 Comments
I got a rtx 2060 with cod mw 2019 for £253 in Dec,
Nice card and brand. Voted hot!
Edited by: "Em-Pop" 3rd Feb
vI_M4YH3Mz_Iv03/02/2020 12:52

I got a rtx 2060 with cod mw 2019 for £253 in Dec,


Nice. Do you happen to have a time machine I can borrow so I can go back to that date and purchase one too?
Uranus03/02/2020 19:19

Nice. Do you happen to have a time machine I can borrow so I can go back …Nice. Do you happen to have a time machine I can borrow so I can go back to that date and purchase one too?

Watch steins gate, they made on in there flat .
But all seriousness I got a scorcher of a deal, 5 year warranty, card stays below 70 degrees even on 1080p max settings on games.
I have a PC that is now just over 4 years old.
I'm wondering if this card would work?

The mobo is: MSI Z170A PC Mate Socket LGA 1151

The CPU is fine for my needs - an i5 6600k running at 4.2, and the PSU is 600w.
Honestly I'm not the guy to ask for that. Post on Reddit. I'm a noob in pc terms. Just built my first pc Dec
Uranus03/02/2020 19:19

Nice. Do you happen to have a time machine I can borrow so I can go back …Nice. Do you happen to have a time machine I can borrow so I can go back to that date and purchase one too?


The time machine thing is a bit over used. Time for something original maybe?
Jocky.Balboa03/02/2020 19:49

The time machine thing is a bit over used. Time for something original …The time machine thing is a bit over used. Time for something original maybe?


You're right.
Do you happen to have a time machine I can borrow so I can go back and re-post?
Uranus03/02/2020 19:50

You're right.Do you happen to have a time machine I can borrow so I can go …You're right.Do you happen to have a time machine I can borrow so I can go back and re-post?


Just delete it
Uranus03/02/2020 19:24

I have a PC that is now just over 4 years old.I'm wondering if this card …I have a PC that is now just over 4 years old.I'm wondering if this card would work?The mobo is: MSI Z170A PC Mate Socket LGA 1151The CPU is fine for my needs - an i5 6600k running at 4.2, and the PSU is 600w.


That'd work absolutely fine, so long as the games you want to play aren't already being bottle-necked by your CPU.

I've been running my 6700k on a Z170 board with an RTX 2070 and it works great; most modern games rely more on the GPU these days anyway (but as with everything there are going to be the odd exception).

And 600w is more than enough for a 6600k with an RTX 2060.

Obviously above is also very dependent on your setup & expectations, but Ultra settings at 1080p / 60hz should work on almost everything.
jamesakabob03/02/2020 21:01

That'd work absolutely fine, so long as the games you want to play aren't …That'd work absolutely fine, so long as the games you want to play aren't already being bottle-necked by your CPU.I've been running my 6700k on a Z170 board with an RTX 2070 and it works great; most modern games rely more on the GPU these days anyway (but as with everything there are going to be the odd exception).And 600w is more than enough for a 6600k with an RTX 2060.Obviously above is also very dependent on your setup & expectations, but Ultra settings at 1080p / 60hz should work on almost everything.


Thanks for confirming this.
Would you say a rtx 2070 would also be fine? Thinking mostly about power consumption.
Uranus03/02/2020 22:39

Thanks for confirming this. Would you say a rtx 2070 would also be fine? …Thanks for confirming this. Would you say a rtx 2070 would also be fine? Thinking mostly about power consumption.


Assuming you're not running a generic grey box PSU then you'd have no worries, although can't comment on whether the performance gains would be worth the extra expenditure over a 2060 - googling some benchmarks is your friend!

Absolute max overclock on a 6600k would pull c. 150w and an RTX 2070 is around 200-250w so with a bit of headroom added in anything over 500w would be fine.

I run an 6700k overclocked to 4.9 GHz and an RTX 2070 overclocked to 2000 MHz (alongside a fairly hefty bunch of fans, peripherals, two monitors etc.) and my max draw under stress testing runs around 350-400w.

As long as your PSU is brand name (and ideally rated 80+) you're all good - NB worth checking you have the right power connectors for whatever a specific vendor's RTX 2070 needs; probably an 8+6 which 99% of PSUs should have.
jamesakabob03/02/2020 23:28

Assuming you're not running a generic grey box PSU then you'd have no …Assuming you're not running a generic grey box PSU then you'd have no worries, although can't comment on whether the performance gains would be worth the extra expenditure over a 2060 - googling some benchmarks is your friend!Absolute max overclock on a 6600k would pull c. 150w and an RTX 2070 is around 200-250w so with a bit of headroom added in anything over 500w would be fine.I run an 6700k overclocked to 4.9 GHz and an RTX 2070 overclocked to 2000 MHz (alongside a fairly hefty bunch of fans, peripherals, two monitors etc.) and my max draw under stress testing runs around 350-400w.As long as your PSU is brand name (and ideally rated 80+) you're all good - NB worth checking you have the right power connectors for whatever a specific vendor's RTX 2070 needs; probably an 8+6 which 99% of PSUs should have.


Thanks.
Its an EVGA bronze rated psu.
Might stick with a 2060.
Uranus03/02/2020 22:39

Thanks for confirming this. Would you say a rtx 2070 would also be fine? …Thanks for confirming this. Would you say a rtx 2070 would also be fine? Thinking mostly about power consumption.


What about a Corsair cx 550 watt bronze
Edited by: "StephenReed" 20th Feb
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text