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Old 05-01-19, 03:57 PM
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Full RTX 2060 Specs Leaked Via AIB Website

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Old 05-01-19, 03:58 PM
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Looks good, pretty sure it's my next card if the pricing is below 400€.
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No way that thing can do any meaningful RT. Sorry but I don't buy it as something useful.
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Old 05-01-19, 10:48 PM
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I mean it's still probably more powerful than a 1070, making it pretty good in price to performance. AMD isn't an option for me due to my monitor so. :P


RT in general isn't meaningful yet, like playing FPS games at 60fps is a joke. But the improved video encoder is quite nice to have!
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How can this be a 'full' spec leak when there are no gigaray performance numbers
(which I suspect will be 5, compared to the 2070's figure of 6)

..Just sayin, like.
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Old 06-01-19, 11:37 AM
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Yeah, it'll be 5 for sure
(30/36 RT cores) * (6 GigaRays) = 5 GigaRays
(There's 1 RT core per SM, or 64 CUDA cores)
We can make this assumption since RT performance isn't impacted much by the memory bandwidth & size reduction, which is the largest thing cut about this card, the clocks are negligible differences.

At the end of the day, a 15% cut shouldn't make this pointless with how strong performance has got with updates (For the 1 generally fairly intensive game we've seen so far).

I wouldn't expect this 6GB version to be tooooo far from the 2070 in most aspects, including price, because it just isn't.
They could probably get doable RT from ~4 GigaRays as time goes on(Not super distant) so I wouldn't rule out a 2060 3/4GB with another 192 cores(3 RT units or ~0.5 GigaRays worth) removed still having somewhat useful RT by the time of its launch.
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Old 06-01-19, 03:00 PM
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How can this be a 'full' spec leak when there are no gigaray performance numbers
(which I suspect will be 5, compared to the 2070's figure of 6)

..Just sayin, like.
I could be pedantic and say that Gigarays isn't a hardware spec but a performance characteristic, though given the number of CUDA cores we can intuit how many RT cores the RTX 2060 offers.

Given its 17% fewer CUDA cores, it would make sense that it also offers 17% fewer RT cores. With that in mind, a 5 Gigarays ball-park figure makes sense. My main reason for not including that number is that I didn't want to add any guesses into the specs list, even if they are probably accurate.
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Yeah, to be fair it's not a particularly meaningful performance characteristic either, given we've no idea what test (Or calculation if it's a theoretical unit) NVidia does to get that number afaik (Actual rays/sec possible would depend on scene complexity and a variety of other factors), so it probably won't be too useful when it comes to comparing across other GPU architectures in the future.
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Even so.... i got a MSI 1070 Gaming X for 270e incl delivery.... thats a hard price to beat for the performance.

With prices being 400e that will mean 500e in spain...
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Even so.... i got a MSI 1070 Gaming X for 270e incl delivery.... thats a hard price to beat for the performance.

With prices being 400e that will mean 500e in spain...
That was a great buy for that money.
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