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RTX 2060 recommendation for future gaming at 2560x1080?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So I plan to purchase RTX 2060 but I'm  low on budget.

I wanted RTX 2060 strix OC,but here it's really overpriced.

Here are the models I can get,so which one would you recommend me.

I need stable,good card,with quality cooling,not concerned about RGB.

Higher boost clock is okay,and desirable.

I plan to game at 2560x1080 on 60 Hz maybe in the future at 2k 144Hz.

Here are the cards:

https://iponcomp.com/kereses/shop?keyword=rtx+2060

Btw,would it be some issues regarding 60Hz monitor,and if I can resolve that by enabling V-sync in games?

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For me the Asus is the best, i was on budget also and got the MSI(i took an MSI mobo also), never had MSI before.

MSI has become quite good and competitive. 


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1 hour ago, frozensun said:

Btw,would it be some issues regarding 60Hz monitor,and if I can resolve that by enabling V-sync in games.

I play with Vsync since the beginning of time :)


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Overpriced both cards here,if you meant on gaming X/Z and strix.

I mentioned I'm low on budget.

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Seems like I could go with lower priced model like 1660TI,and the difference is not that much in fps:

 

So the option can be 1660Ti,too if there is no much difference in gameplay between these 2 models.

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8 minutes ago, frozensun said:

I mentioned I'm low on budget.

we need exact numbers


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6 minutes ago, frozensun said:

Overpriced both cards here,if you meant on gaming X/Z and strix.

I mentioned I'm low on budget.

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/colorful-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-igame-ultra-pcie/1742378

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/palit-ne62060018j91062a-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-gamingpro-pcie/1706952

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/palit-ne62060018j91062a-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-gamingpro-pcie/1706952 (same as palit)

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/gigabyte-gvn2060oc6gd-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-oc-pcie/1706926

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/msi-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-ventus-xs-oc-pcie/1707161

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/gigabyte-gvn2060wf2oc6gd-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-windforce-oc-pcie/1706931

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/msi-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-ventus-oc-pcie/1706941

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/colorful-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-igame-ultra-oc-pcie/1742379

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/gainward-1160xbliss-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-ghost-pcie/1729548

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/kfa2-26nrl7hpz7mk-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-white-mini-1click-oc-pcie/1730305

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/msi-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-ventus-xs-oc-pcie-basic-guarantee/1739225

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/msi-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-ventus-oc-pcie-basic-guarantee/1739293

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/gainward-4429bliss-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-ghost-pcie/1727315

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/gainward-4412bliss-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-ghost-oc-pcie/1727314

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/gainward-4313bliss-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-phoenix-gs-pcie/1706947

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/kfa2-26nrl7hpy2ek-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-ex-1click-oc-pcie/1730300

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/palit-ne62060018j91160a-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-dual-pcie/1727322

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/evga-06gp42063kr-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-xc-gaming-pcie/1706959

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/gigabyte-gvn2060oc6gd-20-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-oc-rev-20-pcie/1718511

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/asus-dualrtx20606g-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-dual-pcie-basic-guarantee/1722447

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/asus-dualrtx20606g-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-dual-pcie/1707195

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/zotac-ztt20600f10m-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-gaming-twin-fan-pcie/1707178

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/asus-dualrtx2060a6g-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-advanced-pcie/1707200

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/gigabyte-gvn2060wf2oc6gd-rev20-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-windforce-oc-rev-20-pcie/1716006

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/gigabyte-gvn2060gamingoc-pro6gd-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-gaming-pro-oc-pcie/1707186

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/asus-dualrtx2060o6g-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-dual-oc-pcie/1706212

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/asus-dualrtx2060o6g-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-dual-oc-pcie-basic-guarantee/1722420

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/zotac-ztt20600d10m-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-amp-pcie/1707174

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/palit-ne62060t18j91062a-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-gamingpro-oc-pcie/1706950

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/pny-vcg20606dfppbo-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-xlr8-gaming-oc-pcie/1706979

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/msi-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-gaming-z-pcie/1707154

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/msi-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-gaming-z-pcie-basic-guarantee/1739224

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/gigabyte-gvn2060aorus-x6gc-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-aotus-xtreme-pcie/1707180

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/asus-rogstrixrtx2060a6ggaming-rog-strix-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-advanced-pcie-basic-guarantee/1722438

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/asus-rogstrixrtx20606ggaming-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-gaming-pcie/1707211

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/evga-06gp42061kr-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-xc-black-gaming-pcie/1706957

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/asus-rogstrixrtx2060a6ggaming-rog-strix-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-advanced-pcie/1706213

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/asus-dualrtx2060a6g-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-advanced-pcie-basic-guarantee/1722419

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/asus-rogstrixrtx20606ggaming-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-gaming-pcie-basic-guarantee/1724560

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/asus-rogstrixrtx2060o6ggaming-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-oc-pcie-basic-guarantee/1722439

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/asus-rogstrixrtx2060o6ggaming-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-oc-pcie/1706221

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/evga-06gp42163kr-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-xc-ultra-black-pcie/1717736

https://iponcomp.com/shop/termek/evga-06gp42167kr-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-xc-ultra-gaming-pcie/1706381

 

these are all the good options, from cheapest to most expensive


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Posted · Original PosterOP
7 minutes ago, Jurrunio said:

we need exact numbers

Around 370 euros.

I have an option of buying RTX 2060 Strix Advanced model new,but without warranty.

So I don't know if that is a amart choice,basically it's a lottery.

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26 minutes ago, frozensun said:

So I plan to purchase RTX 2060 but I'm  low on budget.

Then don't get one.

Or look for a VEGA56 Card as well.

That's about the level of the 2060. And in some regions much cheaper.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Don't want Vega,too hot,too big power consumption.AMD cards sucks because I have one in my system.

And they become cheaper and cheaper lust like RX.

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4 minutes ago, frozensun said:

Don't want Vega,too hot,too big power consumption.AMD cards sucks because I have one in my system.

And they become cheaper and cheaper lust like RX.

Undervolt and you'll be fine

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4 minutes ago, frozensun said:

Don't want Vega,too hot,too big power consumption.AMD cards sucks because I have one in my system.

And they become cheaper and cheaper lust like RX.

they have good cooled models that don't get hot

power consumption isn't too bad

that's estimating on something that has nothing to do with it

 

it's kinda the same as saying my acer sucks because the one failed unit i have doesn't work


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8 minutes ago, frozensun said:

Around 370 euros.

I have an option of buying RTX 2060 Strix Advanced model new,but without warranty.

So I don't know if that is a amart choice,basically it's a lottery.

then you can only afford the 4 cheapest RTX 2060 listed right?

 

Filter out single fan mITX cards, It's Colorful versus Palit. I think Palit's the bigger brand? Then get its Gaming Pro model.

 

5 minutes ago, frozensun said:

And they become cheaper and cheaper lust like RX.

Also like RTX. Everything lose their value at some point


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1 minute ago, Jurrunio said:

I think Palit's the bigger brand?

it's close enough, it's really personal preference at this point, both are quite popular

 

fyi op: gainward=palit


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40 minutes ago, frozensun said:

So I plan to purchase RTX 2060 but I'm  low on budget.

I wanted RTX 2060 strix OC,but here it's really overpriced.

Here are the models I can get,so which one would you recommend me.

I need stable,good card,with quality cooling,not concerned about RGB.

Higher boost clock is okay,and desirable.

I plan to game at 2560x1080 on 60 Hz maybe in the future at 2k 144Hz.

Here are the cards:

https://iponcomp.com/kereses/shop?keyword=rtx+2060

Btw,would it be some issues regarding 60Hz monitor,and if I can resolve that by enabling V-sync in games?

Get yourself a 2060 armour from MSI. Should be quite cheaper. Strixx  is way overpriced just for the name I find.

 

you could also look for a 1660Ti or wait till Monday coming (computex). Rumours are that AMD will be launching 2 Navi cards competing with 2060-2070 level cards.


 

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Screw AMD cards,don't want them.

Guys forget about AMD Vega,I'm on NVidia this time.

So what do you think about buying new card without warranty,this model:

https://www.asus.com/Graphics-Cards/ROG-STRIX-RTX2060-A6G-GAMING/specifications/

I could get it for 370 euros (no waranty).

I know it's a lottery but with warranty it's overpriced.

I'm just looking at 1660Ti and RTX 2060 comparision,seems like not much of a difference.

BUt a dude from other forum told me go for MSI because Gaming X/Z have dual ball bearing fans better then Asus and better caps,japanese ones.

So I'm so confused now.

Is Torxx 3.0 so good?

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3 minutes ago, frozensun said:

Guys forget about AMD Vega,I'm on NVidia this time.

well... alright, your choice on missing out

 

3 minutes ago, frozensun said:

So what do you think about buying new card without warranty,this model:

https://www.asus.com/Graphics-Cards/ROG-STRIX-RTX2060-A6G-GAMING/specifications/

a bad idea... because if it's doa you're pretty much fucked

 

3 minutes ago, frozensun said:

BUt a dude from other forum told me go for MSI because Gaming X/Z have dual ball bearing fans better then Asus and better caps,japanese ones.

like that would mather... both have good fans, it's cooling solution which is way more important, and right now you're thinking way too far out of your budget

 

and start quoting people


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1 hour ago, LukeSavenije said:

I dont know if it is my stubborn brain, bur i think this card is way overpriced and it should be at the other end of the list


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Just now, Constantin said:

I dont know if it is my stubborn brain, bur i think this card is way overpriced and it should be at the other end of the list

i didn't factor in price

 

purely the model


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Of course the cooling matters.

If MSI really has DBB fans like said and better capacitors I'd go for MSI but that is probably for only Gaming X/Z models which are overpriced here.

But Asus is more beautiful to me.

What do you think about this model:

https://iponcomp.hr/shop/termek/msi-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-ventus-xs-oc-pcie/1707161

The pricing is okay for me although don't know how good cooling is,and the quality of the card.

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3 hours ago, frozensun said:

Don't want Vega,too hot,too big power consumption.AMD cards sucks because I have one in my system.

What do you have in your System?!

 

Besides that:
A Sapphire Nitro+ is neither hot, fits in my RVZ01 (after some slight mod), is rather quiet...

 

But you know:
brand loyalty leads to worse products at higher prices!

3 hours ago, frozensun said:

And they become cheaper and cheaper lust like RX.

They already are and there might be something on the other side soon(tm) as well, that might force prices a bit down.


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2 hours ago, frozensun said:

So just 12 % improvement with RTX 2060 in games,but price difference is huge.

Yes, because people think like that:

3 hours ago, frozensun said:

Screw AMD cards,don't want them.

Guys forget about AMD Vega,I'm on NVidia this time.

With that Mindset, nVidia can do whatever, people will buy their products.
Even if they crash once you open the Inventory in some open World games.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Screw AMD cards,they drive too much power,too hot,and and performance is around RTX 2060,besides google on yt rtx 2060 beats Vega.

And the most important prices drop,so you can't sell amd card in future above 50 % you got it in $.

And they are really boring,sapphire cards especially no aesthetic,it's just boring card.

You are at a wrong place.mate I really want nVidia this time,for first time,since I had previously amd cards because they were cheaper.

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So I can't decide between these 3 models:

https://iponcomp.hr/shop/termek/palit-ne62060018j91062a-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-gamingpro-pcie/1706952

https://iponcomp.hr/shop/termek/colorful-geforce-rtx-2060-6gb-gddr6-igame-ultra-oc-pcie/1742379

https://iponcomp.hr/shop/termek/msi-geforce-gtx-1660-ti-6gb-gddr6-gaming-x-pcie/1716164

Never heard about Colorful I googled but nothing so far,so I'm interesting in buying it and testing.

I see it's Chinese,but card doesn't look bad at all.

Any help?

Asus and MSI too expensive here...

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