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[VideoCardz] NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 FFXV results

Yet unreleased GeForce RTX 2060 graphics card has been discovered by APISAK in Final Fantasy XV benchmark database. Interestingly, the leak would suggest that NVIDIA’s upcoming mid-range model is still featuring RTX branding, not GTX as previously speculated. This would indicate that even mid-range card would feature RT Cores and possibly even Tensor cores.

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Seeing as RTX2070 is TU106 this should not be a surprise, the surprise was x70=TU106
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Dumb move if NVIDIA decides to include them on the 2060. What resolution do they expect people to play at to actually use it? 800x600? The 2080 Ti barely manages 1080p 60FPS in BFV with RT.

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Dumb move if NVIDIA decides to include them on the 2060. What resolution do they expect people to play at to actually use it? 800x600? The 2080 Ti barely manages 1080p 60FPS in BFV with RT.
i think this one might be intended for other usages besides gaming, like photo rendering for example.
plus its pretty much like Physx, despite entry level GPUs being anemic to even use them properly they still put it in them.

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I suspect they'll include the RTX name to excuse the $350 pricepoint they'll MSRP it.

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Quote: Originally Posted by azanimefan View Post
I suspect they'll include the RTX name to excuse the $350 pricepoint they'll MSRP it.

Hopefully not quite. RTX features, specifically ray tracing, even with further optimization, seem too little at this level, so they could take the opportunity to refresh the X060 segment by adding just a few more cores of the newer generation and keep the price lower, akin to the GTX 960. I'd guess it will probably come with 1536 CUDA cores and eventually only Tensor cores for DLSS, because Nvidia is using Anti Aliasing as a service now and which company doesn't like a service these days? According to their own words that qualifies the cards to bear the RTX moniker.



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I wonder if it's not RTX 2070SE. Or perhaps they would leave all RT cores and just cut GPU cores.
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The lower end cards are certainly not enough for an enjoyable experience with DXR currently, however I can see why Nvidia would want to support "RTX" throughout the entire 20 series lineup top to bottom. It'll help force adoption of the architecture that much quicker, as RTX cards start to replace GTX cards, Nvidia will have a hard cutoff, and developers will be more likely to support the features of the new architecture.. not even referring specifically to Ray Tracing, but rather the Mesh shaders and Variable rate shading and DLSS.. which could be a huge help on the low end. (assuming lower resolutions can scale decently)
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I think there's a fixation with the RTX part of the RTX cards.

In reality, the lower end RTX cards will likely be sold for their non ray tracing performance.

If the RTX 2060 or whatever they call it performs as well as GTX 1070 / RX VEGA 56 under 150W while also having superior compute performance then they will have a worthwhile card. They could sell it for $350 and it would still sell.

That graph suggests that isn't the case, so I would expect it to be a $300 card or less after the initial MSRP gouging occurs. Knowing Nvidia it will launch at $400 or so since the GTX 2070 is $500.

Keep in mind the pro version of the RTX 2060 likely has to fit in a 75W TDP (P2000), if not the 105W precedent set by P4000. The RTX 4000 already sort of failed on the premise of reducing power consumption per generation, instead of 105W it has 160W TDP.

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This late in the game though and with that kind of performance I wonder if a GTX 960 class of GPU, that didn't really improve much over the previous 760 other than price (and I very much doubt that price will be lower this time around), really has a place next year with 7nm looming. If I were Nvidia I would just discontinue the GTX 1080, as it competes with the RTX 2070, and they could stop worrying about a single GDDR5X supplier for it, but keep selling the GTX 1070 and 1070 Ti, but at lower prices. The 1070 against the RX 590 wins on all fronts, it performs better and uses less power, while having the same amount of GDDR5. And then the 1070 Ti could tackle Vega 56 and also Vega 64 to some extent. The dies are small enough at 314mm2 that they can lower the prices at this point.

If TPU's latest rumoured specs for the RTX 2060 are anything to go by, it seems that it will be a harvested TU106 (RTX 2070) based card, at 445mm2, so people will be paying for the die size and Nvidia's choices, but not the performance, certainly not feasible RTX performance, and will only have 6 GB of VRAM. It will be another boring GTX 960 type of card but arguably with an even shorter shelf life.

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