|Memory Speed||1710 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060|
|Card Description||Geforce RTX 2060|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||6 GB|
ASUS GeForce RTX 2060 6GB Phoenix Fan Edition VR Ready HDMI DP DVI Graphics Card (Ph-RTX2060-6G)
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060|
|Video Output Interface||DisplayPort, DVI, HDMI|
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- Powered by NVIDIA Turing with 1710 MHz Boost Clock, 1920 CUDA cores and 6GB GDDR6 memory in a short form Factor
- Supports up to 4 monitors with DisplayPort 1.4, HDMI 2.0, and DVI D
- Auto extreme manufacturing technology delivers premium quality and reliability with aerospace grade Super Alloy Power II components to run faster and last longer than reference
- Gpu Tweak II makes monitoring performance and streaming in real time Easier than ever, and includes additional software like game Booster, XSplit Gamecaster, WTFast and quantumcloud
- Phoenix double ball Bearing fan provides superior airflow and cooling with 2x longer lifespan.Recommended PSU - 500 W
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DirectX 12 Ultimate
DirectX 12 Ultimate is the newest version of the API and new gold standard for the next-generation of games. DirectX 12 Ultimate takes games to a whole new level of realism with support for ray tracing, mesh shaders, variable rate shading, and sampler feedback. GeForce RTX is the first and only PC platform with support for these game-changing features.
Experience Turing Triple Threat Asus Phoenix series RTX 2060 6GB. The Asus ph RTX2060 6G delivers cool performance with a double-ball bearing fan and auto-extreme technology, which uses super Alloy Power II components to ensure premium quality and reliability. Easily monitor performance and overclock with a single click using GPU Tweak II.
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and it sounds like a blower card stupid loud and it was getting direct cooling from a 140mm be-quiet fan no matter what i did under-clocking under-volting i couldn't get the temps or the fan speed down its like they made a itx version of the rtx 2060 just because they knew people would want one but didn't stop to think about the cooling and just put any itx cooler on the thing...for those who left five star/good reviews gpu's shouldn't be ran at a constant 80c+. out of the box it ramps straight to 83c in less than 60s max temps 86c
Too hot and too noisy. The temperature of the default settings is way too high (over 85F). My old one is around 66F. (room temperature is 68F). As I tried to turn the fan speed up to cool it down then the fan becomes very noisy with high pitch.
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The downside is Nvidia will require you to download and install the Geforce Experience software and create a Nvidia account before you're able to redeem it. You will then get ANOTHER code. Then you will likely have to create yet another account and download even more software from the game creator. This is a PITA, but I upgraded my rating to 5 stars since the card itself is performing great.
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I used a Corsair CX Series Modular Power Supply PLUS a 24-pin to 8-Pin adapter to power the mobo, that also gave the power to the GPU, and power to a second drive so I could switch to an SSD plus the original HDD as a data store.
The new PSU sits on top of the case - not to everyone's taste - but it all works very happily and is almost silent.
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Yes, the card does run little hotter (83 Celsius) compared to dual fan designs of RTX 2060 but considering this is a single fan design it is expected. Don’t let that high temperature fool you, it can cope pretty well. I never noticed any throttling whatsoever.
You can hear the fan sound, but I wouldn’t call that noise, it’s more like a humming sound that’s pleasant to hear. It certainly is much much quieter than my previous dual fan RX580. Provided that you wear headphones, the fans won’t bother you.
Well, what’s more to say? It’s a little beast! RTX 2060 is a sweet spot for 1080p gaming, and I am pretty sure 1440p 60FPS shouldn’t be a problem from the reviews I’ve seen (for most titles). This card boosts slightly higher than the reference RTX 2060. There is room for overclocking as well, with the OC scanner I managed to get the boost clocks over 1800MHz (your mileage may vary), it even outperforms the GTX 1080.
Is the card worth it? Heck yeah, I am having the time of my life, playing Metro Exodus at ultra settings plus revisiting older titles like Witcher 3 and replaying with graphic mods XD. If you already have a gtx 1070 or 1070ti, I would avoid this and look for a much better card as the performance gain would be minimal if you are upgrading from either (same applies if you have a vega 56).