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[eBay Plus New Members] ASUS RTX 2060 6GB ROG Strix OC $594.15 Delivered @ Computer Alliance eBay

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Was released 15 January for $789 however Asus changed pricing to $699.
With the 15% off it becomes $594.15

Specifications of card
Gaming Mode (Default) - GPU Boost Clock: 1830 MHz, GPU Base Clock: 1365 MHz
OC Mode - GPU Boost Clock: 1860 MHz, GPU Base Clock: 1395 MHz

Original AUPLUSJAN15 15% off Sitewide for New eBay Plus Members

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  • +7 votes

    This is RTX2070 territory. Don’t forget Computer Alliance on eBay had the Gigabyte Windforce 2070 for $629 less than a month ago. Sure it will be back at that again soon.

  • +3 votes

    PLE has the Gigabyte 2060 for $599 with a free cooler master keyboard (apparently worth $129)

  • +2 votes

    Like the other guy said this is closing in on 2070 territory. This ain't great value for money. I reckon spend the $100 more for an RTX2070 or if you wait you could probably find an even better deal on the 2070.

  • +7 votes

    "Mid-range" card my ass with a price like that, even if it is a higher-end 2060

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      What's lower performance in the 20 series though?

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        Nvidia is still selling 10 series GPU's.

      • +2 votes

        Just here to point out AMD exists, with cards that rival the 10603gb and 10606gb respectively for much less (570) and slightly less (580).

        Those and the 56 at decent pricing are mid range and, tmk, still in production.

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    Let us gamer's hope when the 1160(or what ever its called) comes with a better price than these CRAZY prices….

  • +3 votes

    Best review on 2060 (so far) suggests 2060 is better value than 1070 already:

    https://www.techspot.com/review/1781-geforce-rtx-2060-mega-b...

    • +1 vote

      It's comparable to a 1070ti and costs less with the new features. It's actually a far better buy than the rest of the range.

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        Yep it's definitely the best value mid-range card to buy atm. 1070 or 1070ti, 2060 will outvalue them in terms of cost per frame

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    That's a pretty good deal for this card. Drops it down to single fan EVGA card territory.

    Is it a good deal compared to deals? Probably not. But it drops this card down to reasonable pricing (for a 2060)

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    Just watched this before seeing this deal, https://youtu.be/_3IxsXoVimU
    2060 better value proposition.

    • +1 vote

      Maybe but compare the RTX2070. Already it can be found for less than $100 more. Yes it won't be a 'strix' model but performance would still be much better. If it goes on sale for even cheaper then I think that's the much better value.

  • +1 vote

    GTX 760 = 2GB - GTX 960 = 4GB - GTX 1060 = 6GB - GTX 2060 = 6GB … imo it should be 8.

    Price is outrageous for a 60 series card.
    The performance is on par with a 1070Ti or Vega56 but with 2gb less vram.

    Not an issue at 1080p but there are ALOT of lower class cards with more vram and some are cheaper options.
    gtx1070, rx 480, rx 580, rx 590, gtx1070Ti, Vega56 - all have 8gb vram

    at present many games already using more then 6gb vram at 1080p/1440p ultra (some Incl texture packs) Final fantasy XV, shadow of war, tome raider (DX12) , Kingdom Come Deliverance, Watch Dogs 2, Dues EX MD etc

    I just think people should be aware that 6gb on a card with this level of performance isn't going to cut it , esp for those running 1440p.

    This of course depends on if you like to crank up textures and AA, the 2060 is definitely capable of doing that, performance wise it's a great card.

    • +1 vote

      Agreed on the price point.
      The whole reason why this card is expensive is because of the RTX name on it.

      Imagine if there was a GTX2060 (aka 1160) that offered 1070Ti performance and priced at the $350-$450 mark like most GTX X60 cards are priced on release.

      IMO, you're paying a $150-$200 premium relative to other GTX X60 cards on release, for ray-tracing which has pathetic performance on the 2060.

    • +1 vote

      If it was 8 it'd cannibalise the 2070. The performance difference is about 10% for (generally) a decent price hike.

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      GTX 760, 960 and 1060 all utilised GDDR5 8Gbps, RTX 2060 utilises GDDR6 16Gbps. In fact, GDDR5 has been used on GPU's since November 2009, on the GT 240, so the new memory being used brings its own benefits and costs. While the latest versions of GTX 1060 do utilise GDDR5X, it appears to make negligible difference.

  • +4 votes

    In my opinion this is a better deal at $509.15 https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/173741654457

    This is only 55 mhz slower, and the strix cooler is massive overkill on the 2060 anyway from what I've read.

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    Strix cards have officially jumped the shark.

  • +2 votes

    Admittedly second hand but I'm happy with my 1080ti for 630