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Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 Founders Edition video card test: amazing power in 4K — Ogogo

Product Conclusion:

The Nvidia Geforce RTX 2060 Founders Edition ranks well above many mid-range graphics cards. This is confirmed not only by the results of running benchmarks, which are at the level of the more expensive GTX 1070 Ti and support for ray tracing technology, but also by energy efficiency, as well as a good cooling system from Nvidia. Of course, the card is worth more than a typical «average». If you do not claim 4K or are not ready to pay more than 250$, take a closer look at the more affordable offers of competitors.


Support for ray tracing technology
Quiet even under load
More than enough for Full HD monitors


Quite expensive for the middle class
Total 6 GB VRAM

Nvidia Geforce RTX 2060 architecture and features

Nvidia’s Turing architecture is finally available to the mid-range as well: those who are happy with their monitor with Full HD resolution do not need to take RTX 2070, 2080 or RTX 2080 Ti, which are much more expensive. In this card, the small TU106 GPU runs with 1920 activated shaders, 120 textures, and 48 ROPs. The clock frequency of the overclocked Founders Edition fluctuates between 1365 and 1680 MHz. Thus, it is lower here than the GTX 1070 graphics cards, but despite this, in terms of pure performance, the RTX 2060 performs somewhat better. At Nvidia, this model costs about 280$.

Nvidia uses the new, fast GDDR6 standard for video memory, but it’s only 6 GB with a 192-bit interface width. Also, like all new Geforce cards, the RTX 2060 also supports G-Sync monitors and some Adaptive-Sync models.

Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 Founders Edition video card test: amazing power in 4KRTX 2060 FE boasts a simple yet beautiful design

Amazing 4K performance

In games at Full HD resolution, the RTX 2060 FE graphics card performs best with detail settings from high to high. In many of our older test games, the graphics card achieves over 100 and sometimes even over 200 frames per second (fps). In the rather resource-demanding Ashes of the Singularity system, the card produces an excellent 76 fps, and in the strategic Total War: Warhammer 2 it still slightly exceeds the psychologically important mark of 60 fps. It’s only in Far Cry 5 that you’ll have to lower the detail level a bit, as the RTX 2060 FE is only capable of 48 fps here.

And at 4K resolution, the RTX 2060 FE produces amazingly good results. In many slightly older games, even at high to very high detail you will get around 60 fps, and in Rise of the Tomb Raider it will be a reasonable 42 fps. But for the most relevant games, the card’s capabilities for working in 4K are no longer enough — «Far Cry 5» with its 12 fps turns into a slide show.

Cooling system without flaws

With a simple 23cm chassis and dual fans, Nvidia has done a good job: in IDLE mode, the card is very quiet at an average of 32°C and consumes 53W (entire system). The fans spin up a bit under load, but are still quiet.

During Furmark’s stress testing, the card heats up to 71°C and system power draw rises to 277W. Nvidia lists 160W as the TDP value. Compared to current AMD cards, we can talk about high energy efficiency.


Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 Founders Edition video card test: amazing power in 4KSapphire AMD Radeon RX 590 Nitro+ Special Edition 8GBG (11289-01-20G)

The Sapphire AMD Radeon RX 590 Nitro+ Special Edition 8GBG costs almost a third less, but works great in Full HD resolution.

The only reason for criticism is the high level of power consumption.

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