ASUS ROG STRIX GeForce RTX 2060 Overclocked 6G GDDR6 HDMI DP 1.4 Gaming Graphics Card (ROG-STRIX-RTX-2060-O6G)
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- Powered by NVIDIA Turing with 1860 MHz Boost Clock, 1920 CUDA cores and 6GB GDDR6 memory
- Supports up-to 4 monitors with DisplayPort 1. 4 and HDMI 2. 0
- Auto Extreme and Max-Contact Technology deliver premium quality and reliability with aerospace-grade Super Alloy Power II components while maximizing heatsink contact
- ASUS Aura Sync RGB lighting features a nearly endless spectrum of colors with the ability to synchronize effects across an ever-expanding ecosystem of AURA Sync enabled products
- GPU Tweak II makes monitoring performance and streaming in real time easier than ever, and includes additional software like Game Booster, X Split Game caster, WT Fast and Quantum Cloud
- Triple Axial-Tech 0db Fans increase airflow through the heatsink and boasts IP5X dust-resistance
- Note: Kindly refer installation manual and user manual before use
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ASUS ROG STRIX RTX 2060 O6G delivers legendary ROG power and performance with Turing Architecture from NVIDIA. Supporting up to 4 monitors, each card features a reinforced frame, triple Axial-Tech fans with Max Contact technology for increased cooling, and exclusive ASUS Aura Sync RGB technology for customizing your lighting.
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Update: 5 months later, and could not be happier with my purchase. Still runs quiet even under heavy load and have had exactly zero issues with overheating or freezing.
What you get in return for spending the extra money is a card that is far quieter and cooler than the squirrel cage fan model that vents out the rear. The ROG Strix has a metal plate that acts as a giant heat sink, which allows for easier heat dissipation. It also features 3 large , slow fans that largely stay off, even under load, because the backplate does its job so well. Mine barely tick over while gaming, which is great because noise drives me insane. The squirrel cage on the $449 version is very loud by comparison, and spools up very quickly under load to dump heat generated by the card under load. This card is roughly 21c cooler as well, which should mean greater longevity and more room to overclock, if you desire. I was able to get +150 GPU / +400 MEM without any trouble during benchmark applications, including Unigine on loop for 8 hours. All of the games in my current rotation play fine without overlocking, so its back to stock, but its great to know there is additional headroom in the future.
In short, I'd strongly recommend this card if the 1070ti is what you're looking to purchase. Slippery slope but the 1080 may be a better value for an additional $25-50, however it does generate more heat, and that extra few bucks is a game (or two or three during Steam sales) so decide where you'd like to spend the money.
Can't wait for Doom Eternal to come out... I know this card will rip and tear it up.
This may seem like a small thing, and functionally it is. However, when the current trend is so much in favor of people coordinating the look of their builds with matched RGB lighting, including this pointless, permanent light strip AND THEN NOWHERE MENTIONING THAT IT EXISTS IN THE MARKETING FOR THE CARD is a seriously silly move on Asus's part.
The card functions just fine, I suppose. I'm putting this review up to provide other potential buyers with information Asus didn't see fit to provide.