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ASUS RTX2070 8GB DUAL Gaming PCIe Video Card $639.20 + Delivery or Free w/eBay Plus @ Computer Alliance eBay


ASUS GeForce RTX graphics cards are powered by the Turing GPU architecture and the all-new RTX platform. This gives you up to 6X the performance of previous-generation graphics cards and brings the power of real-time ray tracing and AI to games. OC Mode - GPU Boost Clock : 1650 MHz , GPU Base Clock : 1410 MHz / Gaming Mode (Default) - GPU Boost Clock : 1620 MHz , GPU Base Clock : 1410 MHz, 1 x HDMI, 3 x DisplayPort, 1 x USB-C

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  • +3

    Card has idle fan stop, but also a thick heatsink, making it a 2.7 slot card. It's also not factory OC, meaning it has a lower power limit than such cards, and the fans are fairly noisy at peak.

    Unless you're super keen on having 4k gaming as an option, you're probably better off with an RTX 2060 model. Only thing to keep in mind is that most RTX 2060 don't have a VirtualLink port for future VR headsets.

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      Why would a slower card be better?

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        Because it's 25% cheaper for 10-15% less performance? If you want 1440p144 fps with everything turned on, you're not getting the 2070 for that, but you are debating the price/performance ratio.

    • I mean, even the rtx 2080 struggles to maintain 4k 60 fps high/ultra settings, so not sure what you mean?

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        This. plus if I had $639 to spend on a GPU id probably spend an extra $50 to get a used GTX 1080TI for far better performance.

      • At the absolute peak of AAA games? Sure.

        Anthem's an example of how that can shift though, with DLSS providing the speedup. Other examples are Wolfenstein II, which uses variable rate shaders to boost performance by something like 12% without visual quality loss. Finer-tuned VRS implementations demonstrated by Microsoft with DX12 get up to 20%.

        Then there's the LoD culling techniques also introduced in Turing, and developers are claiming 2x to 3x in certain tests and scenes, which should be massive for a game like Assassin's Creed, or MMOs and BR games, or anything else that has large open areas as part of the gameplay.

        Frankly with these features combined, 4k60 starts becoming within reach of the RTX 2060 despite only having the 6GB of VRAM. Hopefully we'll see some quick and dirty implementations of these features popping up in games soon, and then they get slowly built out over time for extra performance options that aren't as dramatic as dropping texture quality.

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    Its expired now but anyway i recommend people get the rtx cards from evga.’, much quieter and dont need so many fans and a big heatsink if u not even gonna OC

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