With the high demand for the latest graphics cards from both NVIDIA and AMD, finding one at a “good” price now could be a chore.
Moreover, both companies still haven’t released their mainstream mid-range cards for more budget-oriented users. So what’s actually left? it’s the Turing-based cards such as the RTX 2060.
So if one were to build a PC today, would this card still fit the bill? can it still deliver a level of performance that’s more than relevant in 2020? or would it be better to just wait for its Ampere counterpart?
In this case, we tested the GALAX RTX 2060 EX WHITE version on a variety of titles, to see whether it still delivers the bang-for-the-buck performance that it’s known for.
- CUDA Cores: 1920
- Boost Clock (MHz): 1710
- 1-Click OC Clock (MHz): 1725 (by installing Xtreme Tuner Plus Software and using 1-Click OC)
- Memory Speed: 14 Gbps
- Standard Memory Config: 6GB
- Memory Interface Width: 192-bit GDDR6
- Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec): 336
- PCI-E 3.0
- Windows 7 64-bit, Windows 10 64-bit, Linux 64-bit
- 2 x 90mm
- Fan stop at Idle
- DisplayPort 1.4
- HDMI 2.0b
- Dimensions (with Bracket): 245*133*41.5 mm
- Dimensions (without Bracket): 233*119*40mm