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Zotac GeForce RTX 2060 GAMING 6GB Graphics Card + COD Modern Warfare £279.99 @ Ebuyer
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Qq12121203/12/2019 22:55

Junk. Voted cold


Voting hot or cold is for the price not your opinion on the product.
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Junk. Voted cold
Qq12121203/12/2019 22:55

Junk. Voted cold


Voting hot or cold is for the price not your opinion on the product.
Does any one know how long the cod code is redeemable for ?
Seems rather cold when a vastly superior 5700 XT is potentially sub £300. Regular 2060 models have also been closer to 260 in the past so doesn't seem like an especially good price now.
Edited by: "3anana" 3rd Dec 2019
MonkeyMan9003/12/2019 23:02

Voting hot or cold is for the price not your opinion on the product.



I beg to differ, junk is junk even at a discount but he needs to substantiate why it's junk.
3anana03/12/2019 23:49

Seems rather cold when a vastly superior 5700 XT is potentially sub £300. …Seems rather cold when a vastly superior 5700 XT is potentially sub £300. Regular 2060 models have also been closer to 260 in the past so doesn't seem like an especially good price now.


Agreed.
Can't decide if I should go for this or the XFX 5700 DD Ultra
0ptixPrime_.04/12/2019 01:44

Can't decide if I should go for this or the XFX 5700 DD Ultra



5700 is faster stock and 8GB vs 6GB which could be a potential limitation in some games/resolutions in the future
Edited by: "3anana" 4th Dec 2019
I went through the Nvidia Vs AMD battle in my head this time and ended up buying Nvidia because the power requirements are roughly double for the equivalent AMD card and I didn't want to be shelling out for a new PSU. Might not factor in your decision but it did in mine and is something to bear in mind.
taras03/12/2019 23:27

Does any one know how long the cod code is redeemable for ?



a month, RTX card is required in the system to have access to the Nvidia game experience Call of Duty copy.
Edited by: "Tired.Ben.Affleck" 4th Dec 2019
I think the CoD offer has expired. I got a 2070 super a week back and it had just expired then.
Edited by: "Dealmessiah" 4th Dec 2019
maltloaf_df04/12/2019 03:30

I went through the Nvidia Vs AMD battle in my head this time and ended up …I went through the Nvidia Vs AMD battle in my head this time and ended up buying Nvidia because the power requirements are roughly double for the equivalent AMD card and I didn't want to be shelling out for a new PSU. Might not factor in your decision but it did in mine and is something to bear in mind.


Potentially, but In the case of the 2060 and its closest AMD equivalent they are very close in power consumption figures.

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Decent price I guess, but 5700 is better so unless you want to play RTX that badly at 1440p 60 fps I wouldn't get this. The non super RTX cards would need a bigger price drop to justify buying at the moment.
Bought it yesterday, decent price. Around £245ish if you were going to buy cod. Similar performance to gtx 1080, almost the same price as a gtx 1660 ti.
Should hit 60fps on single plauer games on a mixture of med/high/ultra for a good few years, and should be hitting well over 100fps on multiplayer games, especially if you use competitive settings
Edited by: "vI_M4YH3Mz_Iv" 4th Dec 2019
Dealmessiah04/12/2019 06:15

I think the CoD offer has expired. I got a 2070 super a week back and it …I think the CoD offer has expired. I got a 2070 super a week back and it had just expired then.


Everyone runs different promotions, amazons ended and overclockers had theirs running again last friday.
tipsy197304/12/2019 08:19

Everyone runs different promotions, amazons ended and overclockers had …Everyone runs different promotions, amazons ended and overclockers had theirs running again last friday.


Ahhh ok. This happened to be an Nvidia promotion direct. It may have popped back up
Dealmessiah04/12/2019 08:20

Ahhh ok. This happened to be an Nvidia promotion direct. It may have …Ahhh ok. This happened to be an Nvidia promotion direct. It may have popped back up


Although looking at product page for the card who knows. Think ebuyer, ccl, and ocuk are the only ones that remember to give you the code! Amazon are shocking for not giving you them.
Edited by: "tipsy1973" 4th Dec 2019
Anyway the card is the same price as a 1660ti so will be a little faster than that so its not bad for the price.

The next step up is a 2060s for £350 which is a cut down 2070, same board and ram just less cuda cores.
Im not an amd gpu lover as I had an rx590 for all of one day and sent it back.

Comparing the 5700xt to the 2060 the winner is a 5700xt but its £70 more.

Still hot for someone wanting a gtx 1660ti and spotting this instead.
tipsy197304/12/2019 08:28

Although looking at product page for the card who knows. Think ebuyer, …Although looking at product page for the card who knows. Think ebuyer, ccl, and ocuk are the only ones that remember to give you the code! Amazon are shocking for not giving you them.


I've had no problems in the past, but when I got the card, they didn't send it because, quite rightly, I'd just missed the deadline.
kabs04/12/2019 00:32

I beg to differ, junk is junk even at a discount but he needs to …I beg to differ, junk is junk even at a discount but he needs to substantiate why it's junk.


Exactly. A crappy overpriced product can have 80% off and still be a bad deal. See: Fallout 76.
Edited by: "pr2thej" 4th Dec 2019
3anana04/12/2019 02:02

5700 is faster stock and 8GB vs 6GB which could be a potential limitation …5700 is faster stock and 8GB vs 6GB which could be a potential limitation in some games/resolutions in the future


I think you'll find the 6GB of RAM is a non-issue and stems from users who do not understand the difference between ALLOCATED memory and UTILIZED memory. Tests have been repeatedly done to prove this. They showed that the 3GB/6GB models of the 1060 only show meaningful differences in unrealistic scenarios or when using 8GB of system RAM. There was another test done more recently, with the RTX 2060 explaining how and why 6GB of VRAM was enough as shown here. But just as we have flat-earthers and anti-vaxxers, there will always be a contingent of people who deny science, testing, and evidence in favor of whatever their belief is.
tipsy197304/12/2019 08:35

Anyway the card is the same price as a 1660ti so will be a little faster …Anyway the card is the same price as a 1660ti so will be a little faster than that so its not bad for the price.The next step up is a 2060s for £350 which is a cut down 2070, same board and ram just less cuda cores. Im not an amd gpu lover as I had an rx590 for all of one day and sent it back.Comparing the 5700xt to the 2060 the winner is a 5700xt but its £70 more. Still hot for someone wanting a gtx 1660ti and spotting this instead.


The next step up would be a 5700. Far better value than both this and the 2060s. For £20-40 more than this. Even £10 if you find a good deal with the asus cashback. 2060/2060s aren't worth it at this price.
tipsy197304/12/2019 08:28

Although looking at product page for the card who knows. Think ebuyer, …Although looking at product page for the card who knows. Think ebuyer, ccl, and ocuk are the only ones that remember to give you the code! Amazon are shocking for not giving you them.



Ebuyer sent me a code 48 hours after delivery for COD on the MSI version. Amazon sent me codes for a Ryzen fo Game Pass and Borderlads 3 10 minutes after they dispatched the CPU, so fair is fair?
aidan.conway04/12/2019 09:57

Ebuyer sent me a code 48 hours after delivery for COD on the MSI version. …Ebuyer sent me a code 48 hours after delivery for COD on the MSI version. Amazon sent me codes for a Ryzen fo Game Pass and Borderlads 3 10 minutes after they dispatched the CPU, so fair is fair?


I'm going by recent reviews during the COD promotion with people complaining about not getting a code. If it was myself I wouldve been in touch with amazon cs.
SmashGBR04/12/2019 09:51

I think you'll find the 6GB of RAM is a non-issue and stems from users who …I think you'll find the 6GB of RAM is a non-issue and stems from users who do not understand the difference between ALLOCATED memory and UTILIZED memory. Tests have been repeatedly done to prove this. They showed that the 3GB/6GB models of the 1060 only show meaningful differences in unrealistic scenarios or when using 8GB of system RAM. There was another test done more recently, with the RTX 2060 explaining how and why 6GB of VRAM was enough as shown here. But just as we have flat-earthers and anti-vaxxers, there will always be a contingent of people who deny science, testing, and evidence in favor of whatever their belief is.



Well said, I have been trying to explain this to people for years. I see no REAL difference in a 3gb 1060 and a 6gb 1060? Your money would be better spent on faster ram or better SSD etc. Like the 'jump' from 1060 to 1660? In the real world, burning money? I bought one of these 2060's the MSI Ventus, also a 6GB card, but there's no reason whatsoever for NVidia to waste money putting expensive GDDR6 Memory in cards that will not utilise it. If Team Red would sort themselves out then we could all merrily buy 8gb 5700 xt's, or better still they would make them with 6gb and give us the £50 off RRP. With increased sales, they could then employ a few decent engineers to write decent software for them, rather than us listening to reviewers going on about which is better on paper? Not to mind the extra electricity needed to keep them radeons going? A real shame, as we would all pair Ryzens with Radeons if we could trust them....Next it'll be the 750 Watt 16 GB XYZ Super Turbo Deluxe to try to compete with 2080's. On paper they'll be great. In real life they will crash, literally and burn!!! ;-p
Mina_Rey04/12/2019 09:56

The next step up would be a 5700. Far better value than both this and the …The next step up would be a 5700. Far better value than both this and the 2060s. For £20-40 more than this. Even £10 if you find a good deal with the asus cashback. 2060/2060s aren't worth it at this price.


gpu.userbenchmark.com/Com…046

At the price its at the standard RX5700 performs similar. When you put the xt vs the super into the mix the xt wins.

The rx5700 is £289 so £10 more, the xt is £60 to £70 but is better and closer to the rtx2070.

Everyone has their favourite choice of gpu, I'm not team red on a gpu but cpu wise thats different.
tipsy197304/12/2019 08:19

Everyone runs different promotions, amazons ended and overclockers had …Everyone runs different promotions, amazons ended and overclockers had theirs running again last friday.


I spoke to a guy from ebuyer said it was still running and if I ordered he'd make sure everything went smoothly.
vI_M4YH3Mz_Iv04/12/2019 10:40

I spoke to a guy from ebuyer said it was still running and if I ordered …I spoke to a guy from ebuyer said it was still running and if I ordered he'd make sure everything went smoothly.


Good
tipsy197304/12/2019 10:41

Good


Just need to order some ram, any idea what ram I should be going for with a b450 tomahawk max and a Ryzen 3600?
3anana04/12/2019 06:16

Potentially, but In the case of the 2060 and its closest AMD equivalent …Potentially, but In the case of the 2060 and its closest AMD equivalent they are very close in power consumption figures. [Image]


39253278.jpgThat chart's way off (claiming the Vega 56 draws 229W) and I suspect sponsored.
My Vega 56 draws ~166W when's it's working hard. This screenshot was playing RDR2 @ 1440p High settings on an i7 3770 with 16Gb DDR3.
Edited by: "StinkingQuentin" 4th Dec 2019
StinkingQuentin04/12/2019 12:11

[Image] That chart's way off though and I suspect sponsored.My Vega 56 …[Image] That chart's way off though and I suspect sponsored.My Vega 56 draws ~166W when's it's working hard. This screenshot was playing RDR2 @ 1440p High settings on an i7 3770 with 16Gb DDR3.


You accuse techpowerup of being sponsored and then use software reported numbers as evidence? Get a wall meter.
This is cheaper at £250 with Partytime code (don't know if CoD comes with it though):
ebay.co.uk/itm…873
Edited by: "Glix" 4th Dec 2019
Glix04/12/2019 12:21

You accuse techpowerup of being sponsored and then use software reported …You accuse techpowerup of being sponsored and then use software reported numbers as evidence? Get a wall meter.


Good point! I live and I learn!
StinkingQuentin04/12/2019 12:41

Good point! I live and I learn!


I advocate using a power meter when you are undervolting, I found the actual biggest savings is the memory clocks in the past before step down existed. Used to underclock the memory on my hd4870 when I was at desktop and overclock for games.
StinkingQuentin04/12/2019 12:41

Good point! I live and I learn!


Yes software doesn't accurately report power consumption figures. Their numbers are about right for a stock Vega 56
Edited by: "3anana" 4th Dec 2019
Bought the same one from ebuyer today on ebay using the code PARTYTIME brought it down to £250
steveturnbull304/12/2019 16:47

Bought the same one from ebuyer today on ebay using the code PARTYTIME …Bought the same one from ebuyer today on ebay using the code PARTYTIME brought it down to £250


Yeah Just saw that does it include the free game if so fantastic price imo
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