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EVGA 06G-P4-2167-KR GeForce RTX 2060 XC Ultra Gaming, 6GB GDDR6, Dual HDB Fans Graphics Card

4.7 21 reviews

Details
Real Boost Clock: 1830 MegaHertZ; Memory Detail: 6144MB GDDR6 Real-time ray tracing in games for cutting-edge, hyper-realistic graphics. Dual HDB fan offers higher performance cooling and much quieter acoustic noise. Operating system support Windows 10 64bit, Windows 7 64bit Built for EVGA Precision x1, EVGA all new tuning utility monitors your graphics card and gives you the power to overclock like a Pro 3 year warranty Get grip game + EVGA vehicle skin w/ Purchase, redeemed at EVGA website, while supplies last. Memory Bandwidth: 336 GB/s
Reviews
User says:

RTX 2060 trades blows with 1070 ti in most benchmarks. I was running a RX580 before this and I still got this and its a 50% increase. I would recommend to have sufficient cooling in your case and make sure to buy the dual fan(2 fans) card version. It's not worth it to buy this card with just 1 fan because it can get pretty hot like most GPUs. It seems the RTX runs a bit hotter than the 10 series but RTX can withstand a bit more heat too. Also make sure to download EVGA X1 Precision GPU tuner so that way you can set gpu temp limits and fan curves if you so desire. I've set my card in that program to not go over 77c and I've been satisfied with it. Playing Battlefront 2 I get 140+ fps.Only take 1 star off because there is no LED at all on the card and the packaging was kind of cheap looking just wrapped in bubble wrap inside a box but its alright. I spent $20 more on EVGA website once I reigstered the card and got the 5 year warranty. This card will last me at least 4 years until I upgrade to the next gen stuff they have out by then.If you have anything below a 1070 then its worth buying this for an upgrade.

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This RTX 2060 card specifically from EVGA is not the best overclocker obviously, one fan, but the boost clock definitely helps it go beyond the performance of a GTX 1070 ti in some games on 1080p, now for that 6Gb VRAM, I have not encountered any performance issues regarding the 6 Gb VRAM since for now I'm only limited to 144Hz 1080p gaming, but I give this 4 stars for that unimpressive overclocking.Value wise, for my case, I wanted the new game that comes with this card, Anthem, so basically, again, IN MY CASE, I bought this card for $300, plus a$60 price that I bought for the GAME THAT I WANT TO BUY, and as of now, in late January, this is a better value graphics card than the GTX 1070 ti, which I would have bought months ago, but sadly the pricing suddenly have increased for the 1070 ti.I really wished I bought the GTX 1070 ti when it was around $350, but still, I'm very happy with this EVGA RTX 2060 card, no doubt about it.

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The card offers noticeable performance improvements for anyone with a graphics card from 2 generations ago. I upgraded from a 970 and saw decent FPS gains in my favorite titles such as destiny 2, warhammer vermintide 2, and final fantasy 14. I haven't done any before or after testing with written notes but it seems like 15 FPS improvement on average. It performs well (though I haven't tried to OC it) and is extremely quiet, in fact out of the box the fans don't turn on until it reaches a toasty 50 degrees C. That actually had me worried at first (thought the fans were DOA) But it is fully customizable in EVGA's precision X oc program.So despite the good points, why is it underwhelming? Well honestly for what seems like 15 FPS I'm not sure 380 dollars was worth it. For that money I could have upgraded my mobo, proc, and memory for the next gen of cards. Not like my current games were unplayable at 60+ FPS.The card has no led (who doesn't like a bit of flair?) and the lack of a backplate makes it feel... Well cheaper. It's smaller and lighter than my 970 so maybe it doesn't need it.So yeah, solid card. No frills. Questonable worth. Even the 1660 TI looks like a bit of a sham. Even if it's nearly 100 dollars less.

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Several months ago I bought the Dell S2716DG G-Sync Gaming Monitor and I was using it with my EVGA GTX 970... unfortunately I was 2 generations behind to ever taste the true power of G-Sync... I've just installed my new EVGA RTX 2060 and let me tell you that this baby is worth every cent... testing GTA V, Assasin's Creed Unity, Warframe, Ghost Recon Wildlands, Sniper Elite 4, Forza Horizon 4, Gears of War 4; in High - Ultra @ 2560x1440 with a range from 65FPS to 144FPS

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Many reviews here are from folks who have been building and upgrading PC's for years and have other GPU's to compare to this product. Read and respect their input, because ratings, reviews, experienced builders on YouTube and PC Part Picker lead to my choice to buy this.The first part I purchased for my new PC was an AMD Ryzen 5 3600 CPU, so I bought this compatible GPU to go with it. Despite its price, I first found this product recommended by a YouTube channel called Paul's Hardware, where he listed parts for a $900 gaming PC. If that sounds like your budget, you're in the right place.Previously I tried to run some Steam games on an old HP laptop that I bought back in 2016. I don't have that laptop on hand now, but it ran on 8GB RAM and an i3 Intel Core. It could run Portal and Life is Strange laggy and on the lowest resolutions for maybe an hour at a time before devolving into a red hot brick. You could hear the hard disk drive whirring so fast it could cut steel. That's what I'm upgrading from, and the difference is like night and day. This card practically ran Dragon Ball Xenoverse better than the old laptop ran Solitaire. The colors were clean and crisp. There was no lag. Even the sound quality coming from my monitor blew my mind: decent volume range and sound quality even for a setup with monitor speakers? Heck yeah!I was pleased by this little detail, too: It has an HDMI port and a DVI port in the back. I have two monitors that require HDMI ports, so buying an HDMI->DVI adapter for the older monitor was necessary, but inexpensive. Both monitors look great. I can't complain.I know that this isn't the most informative review in terms of evaluating specs or comparing them to similar products. Still, I took my time deciding on everything I wanted in a PC and got valuable input from folks far more experienced than myself. I'm very pleased with this product so far. It's snug as a glove on my motherboard and very quiet. There's no game on my 300+ Steam library that my computer can't run now! I'm super excited!!One last thing. Some folks have expressed disdain toward Nvidia, related to how they price things. I don't know much about that, but you might want to look into that if you're a stickler for getting a budget product.I'll upgrade this review if anything changes, or if I learn anything new that can help, but for now, I am a happy customer. If there are any more newbies out there, hi!! You got this! Don't be afraid to spend that extra cash to get the quality products, but make sure they've got overall good ratings and that you consider advice from those who have been around the block building computers. Their advice helps!

User says:

I am sooo happy with this purchase. The card runs great and is much better than my old 750 (not even the 750 ti, awful). It stays reasonably cool under loads and I am very impressed given my small form factor case. As easy as every other graphics card to install, and came in perfect condition. My mouse for size comparison in my small case and again still runs cool. Don't know if you can see the card in the 4th pic, BUT IT LOOKS SOO COOL.

User says:

Purchased this as an upgrade to my gtx 1070 as my wife wanted to play games as well.It works pretty smoothly and is more powerful than my 1070 .I will say that the temperatures are much better on the 2060 compared to the 1070 as it ran a bit warmer.The only thing I wish is that it had the RGB lights but its not a huge deal.

User says:

Almost fills like I hit the lottery temps are great, even when overclocked +125 core, +300 on mem temps only went up 2 degrees 61c max (avg 58) ,I do have 5 case fans doe, and the card is super quiet WOW!!Cons.. the card is ugly and 3/4 of no backplate ....( But for 309.99 who cares)Update if you're playing fortnite it will get to 69c

User says:

I bought this card to upgrade a 2nd gaming PC in the house, that had a GTX 780. We couldn't play RDR2 or CODMW with that card so we upgraded to this RTX 2060 KO Ultra. I was amazed at how good this card handled these games. i also have an EVGA GTX 1080 Hybrid running at 1440p in my main gaming PC, and they get nearly the same frame rates(the RTX 2060 is running at 1080p). its getting about 60fps on RDR2 and about 120fps on CODMW. The noise is reasonable even at 100%.

User says:

This is for the RTX 2060 KO Ultra, I got the card with the TU104 die. Good luck in the silicone lottery, this card performs amazing

User says:

It came a few hours ago to my house!The installation was simple, the drivers work perfectly!I could play for first time 4k with SOTTR and World War Z... I have to test with premiere pro yet, but I think it will improve over my GTX1050!

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It's fast and reliable

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Upgraded from a GTX750ti so its an unfair comparison.Mo’ better in all areas.

User says:

Works great, perfect gpu for a budget build, would recommend.

User says:

Really good card. Great for streaming. The box was already opened when I got the package though.

User says:

It works well .Recommend to buy

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I don't see how this card doesn't have 5 stars all across the board, for THREE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS-ISH. It CRUSHED the valley and heaven benchmark at 2580x1440 with an average FPS of 121 with max fps over 240. That's straight out of the box from EVGA, its the XC single fan model, but no extra overclocking done. they sent them out at 1755mhz for the single fan XC AND 1830 mhz for the double fan XC ultra boost clock and 14,000 MHz memory. I switched up from a nvidia 1070 gtx and this thing crushed it in every test, and is cheaper and a lot more future proof! I would recommend this "budget" card to anyone who asks about it! hands down the best performance in the lineup for the absolute best price! any more questions id be glad to answer them! Even crushes the 1070 TI in 85% of the benchmarks I ran, the TI only won in 3 if the 20 benchmarks. Ray tracing games or not.. beast budget card.. hands down!

User says:

I use it basically for video and photo edition, some animation and ilustration. I used for 5 years a EVGA GeForce GTX 760 SC and it goes very well, but for 2k & 4k projects, the GPU work good but not at the full HD or less resolution projects performance. With the RTX 2060 XC Ultra Gaming, the working flow goes so much better and the render times are really fast.For example, I have a 1 h 02 m & 15 s video project, with many effects, videos with different resolutions and formats, and After Effects projects in it timeline. With the GTX 760, the final render time was in 30-35 min, but with the RTX 2060 XC U.G. the render time was little less than 7 min (6:42). I don't want to think what could be happen with the RTX 2070, 2080, 2080 Ti or the Titan.For gaming, at this moment, I haven't made any test, but I know (based on youtubers reviews) it is great for 1080 and 2k resolution, but for 4k depend of the game you wanna play.DETAIL: In my case, I have to format the system drive and reinstall Win 10 (1809 version) because initially the system give me an error when I installed it (code 43, that means the part you installed in your PC has some incompatibility with the OS); I searched info about that, and the problem was Directx 12: when Windows is installed, the features that are installed in DirectX 12 are according to the system's hardware, so, I had installed de GTX 760, and the features installed was according the GTX 760 capabilities, not for the RTX 2080 ones.

User says:

I got this card when it was on sale at Micro Center and was hesitant because it was a single fan. But I learned to not judge a book by it's cover. This card surpassed my expectations. I went from playing PUBG at low settings getting mid 50's FPS on average. After I popped this little giant in, I got a consistent 110 FPS. But my old CPU was bottlenecking and wasn't allowing the GPU to stretch it's legs. Once I upgraded my CPU to a Ryzen 5 2600x with some 3200 mhz RAM, now I get a consistent 140-150 FPS, with some drops here and there depending on the situation.You wont be disappointed with this card. The only con I have is that it doesn't look very good in a mid-sized case, that might be a deal breaker for some but hey, to each their own.

User says:

One of the best purchases made to update my cards.Lower current consumption, low noise level and excellent temperaturesNow I'm going to put a block for liquid cooling

User says:

I have the XC Ultra edition with dual fans, using the msi afterburner software, I have this running at levels comparable to the stock 2080. It has no problem driving my 43" 4k monitor. The only games that I play are halo and gauntlet on steam, but I do play them both at the highest settings @ 3840x2160 resolution.

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