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    The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 could bring ray tracing to the masses

    Unveiled last August 2018, NVIDIA’s RTX cards took the world by storm by offering better performance and improved technologies such as ray tracing and DLSS to gamers. In CES 2019, the Green Team introduced the most affordable RTX card yet, the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060.

    Rocking the same Turing architecture as other RTX cards, the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 aims to bring ray tracing and DLSS technologies to the mass market. Promising 60% faster speeds in current titles over the GTX 1060, the RTX 2060’s RT and Tensor Cores is committed in running games such as Battlefield V with ray tracing at 60fps.

    NVIDIA RTX 2080Ti FE NVIDIA RTX 2080 FE NVIDIA RTX 2070 FE NVIDIA RTX 2060 FE
    GPU TU102 TU104 TU106 TU106
    GPU Architecture Turing Turing Turing Turing
    RTX-OPS 78T 60T 45T 37T
    Manufacturing Process 12nm TSMC FinFET+ 12nm TSMC FinFET+ 12nm TSMC FinFET+ 12nm TSMC FinFET+
    CUDA Cores 4352 2944 2304 1920
    Base Clock 1350MHz 1515MHz 1410MHz 1365MHz
    Boost Clock 1635MHz 1800MHz 1710MHz 1680MHz
    Memory 11GB GDDR6 8GB GDDR6 8GB GDDR6 6GB GDDR6
    Memory Bus Width 352-bit 256-bit 256-bit 192-bit
    TDP 260W 225W 185W 160W

    Essentially a cut down version of the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070, the RTX 2060 comes with a TU106 GPU and 1920 CUDA cores compared to the 2304 CUDA cores of the RTX 2070. To reduce cost, NVIDIA has reduced the bus width to 192-bit for its 6GB of GDDR6 VRAM.

    Starting January 15, 2018, the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 will be available globally from every major OEM, system builder, and graphics card partner for USD 349 or at around PhP 22,000 in the Philippines.

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