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03-19-2019 04:23 PM
Timur Born Same settings, but fan-speed at 60% and part of the side-panel opened. My side-panel offers an extra opening for a large fan, this is perfect for hot-running graphic-cards, because the hot air is directly blown out of the case.
03-19-2019 04:18 PM
Timur Born Core clock +163, Memory clock + 926, temp/power at max, voltage at +0. Fan-speed at 100%, though, because the benchmark crashes at Auto fan-speed even with temps below 70°C.
03-19-2019 03:27 PM
Timur Born Asus Dual after OC scanner, plus 700 memory OC.
03-18-2019 03:50 PM
Vaselkov
Quote: Originally Posted by lightsout View Post
77c huh, I guess those single fan models run pretty hot? Do you have it crammed in a tiny case? I have the ultra XC in a smaller case with average air flow. NZXT H200. And I don't think the card has topped 65c. I thought with the triple slot cooler the base models would hopefully run similar temps.
I don't know if running one fan quite small card overclocked at max TDP 77c is considered a high temp. Without the case side panel it runs 75c max. With no OC, side panel on, it runs 72c max. In less TDP demanding games this card with oc runs 65-73c, so it really depends.

XC Ultra obviously has better cooling, that's why you pay quite more for it. Still 65c doesn't say me a lot as I don't know if it is stock or oc and on what game or benchmark you tested.

Edit: What I saw from the reviews Evga 2060 XC Ultra runs 70c with no oc. So with max oc it should run 72-74c and perform slightly better that single a fan Evga card.
03-18-2019 12:35 PM
lightsout
Quote: Originally Posted by Vaselkov View Post
First I wanted to buy GTX 1660 Ti, but with 30 Eur (35$) more I ended up buying EVGA RTX 2060 XC Gaming.
I needed DVI port for an older Benq 144hz monitor so this card was an obvious choice.


It runs cooler than my previous GTX 970 GAMING 4G which had a very beefy cooler. In 45 minutes of Earthfall (most TDP consuming game I have ever seen) gameplay max temps was 77C (room temp 21C).
And these temps were with the MSI Afterburner OC scanner curve (+107Mhz core) and +1000 Mhz memory overclock (~7% boost in performance), which I think are pretty good (GTX 970 OC ran at 84C max).
Biggest limiting factor here is TDP. Core clocks during gameplay usually were 1950-1960 Mhz, when in other lower TDP games clocks are 1995-2025Mhz.

Unigine Superposition score:


Really satisfied with price/performance of this card!
77c huh, I guess those single fan models run pretty hot? Do you have it crammed in a tiny case? I have the ultra XC in a smaller case with average air flow. NZXT H200. And I don't think the card has topped 65c. I thought with the triple slot cooler the base models would hopefully run similar temps.
03-18-2019 07:38 AM
Timur Born I bought an ASUS Dual GeForce RTX 2060 Advanced (A6G) for 310 EUR including VAT. OC scanner increases the GPU clock by an average of around +90, max boost stays below 2 GHz, though. Asus GPU Tweak II's OC scanner seems to be maxed at 110% power limit even when 120% is set, MSI Afterburner reaches 120%. The GPU is both power and voltage limited, temperatures do not seem to be a problem.

Fan speed mostly stays below 50%, but the VRM fan is placed badly. Part of it blow over empty space (no cooler beneath) while part of the cooler (towards the end/8-pin plug) is hidden below the plastic shield with no fan hitting it (same fan that blows over empty space). So the fans should have been placed further apart from each other to hit more cooler fins.
03-18-2019 01:47 AM
Vaselkov First I wanted to buy GTX 1660 Ti, but with 30 Eur (35$) more I ended up buying EVGA RTX 2060 XC Gaming.
I needed DVI port for an older Benq 144hz monitor so this card was an obvious choice.


It runs cooler than my previous GTX 970 GAMING 4G which had a very beefy cooler. In 45 minutes of Earthfall (most TDP consuming game I have ever seen) gameplay max temps was 77C (room temp 21C).
And these temps were with the MSI Afterburner OC scanner curve (+107Mhz core) and +1000 Mhz memory overclock (~7% boost in performance), which I think are pretty good (GTX 970 OC ran at 84C max).
Biggest limiting factor here is TDP. Core clocks during gameplay usually were 1950-1960 Mhz, when in other lower TDP games clocks are 1995-2025Mhz.

Unigine Superposition score:


Really satisfied with price/performance of this card!
03-14-2019 08:27 PM
Scotty99 Does anyone know for sure if the kraken g12 would fit the 2060 founders? I dont wanna take this thing apart for it not to fit lol.
03-13-2019 12:11 PM
AlphaC
Quote: Originally Posted by Giovane Giusti View Post
Hello everyone!

Could I install the Asus Strix RTX 2060 Overclock BIOS on the Asus Strix RTX 2060 Advanced card to get the extra core clock?
I couldn`t find the Overclocked model and got the Advanced.
STRIX has dual BIOs so it's pretty low risk especially since they share a PCB.


You'd have to get the BIOS from someone though as it's not on TPU. https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/...emSize=&since=



Supposedly there's a 238W power limit on STRIX at the +25% power limit:

https://pctuning.tyden.cz/index.php?...d=28&Itemid=59




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As a side note, the MSI Ventus is pretty poor per the VGA BIOs database so it's not just the plastic backplate that's a poor decision: the 170W power limit is less than the Founders Edition (190W).
03-12-2019 12:47 PM
FrAN_oC Just grabbed my PNY RTX2060 XLR8 OC edition and I cannot be happier with it. Now I do a lot of photoshop, but sometimes I play some FPS and racing games.

It is clocked @ 1830 from factory and has micron mems.

Regards,
Paco
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