Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 is a mid-range graphics card priced at $350* US dollars and this is a big deal because higher tear GPUs from the same brand are upwards of $1000 US dollars or more…. Its insane!
So, aside from the cost, what is the big deal here?
According to the most benchmarks by reputable sources; RTX 2060 is very close to performance of the more expensive ($600* avg) model RTX 2070 which makes 2060 the best bang value Nvidia card you can buy. The difference in performance is close enough where it makes 2060 a no brainier purchase, but what about 4K gaming…?
Being able to play games at 60fps at 4K resolution is more important than Real Time Tracing technology… Once you get used to these minimum requirements, anything below is not good enough.
Most benchmarking sources agree that you cannot achieve 60fps on max graphics in just about all games tested (aside from old ones) at 4K resolution; however, I found that 60fps at 4K is very doable with minor tweaks.
Really? “Minor tweaks”… yea right…
I am just like you friends; if I can get the best for the money I will, if it makes sense. In this case purchasing RTX 2060 was the right move and I have the video to prove it.
If you wish the skip the installation part and overview; you can skip strait to bencharking to around 13:40.
4K is more than possible and it’s achievable at “high” graphical settings. Model used is by MSI and the link is below.
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