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EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 Super SC Ultra $651.91 + Delivery ($0 with Prime) @ Amazon US via AU


Not too bad for the card. Cheapest it's been on Amazon according to camelcamelcamelcamelcamelcamelcamel

  • Real Boost Clock: 1680 MHz; Memory Detail: 8192 MB GDDR6.
  • Real-time Ray tracing in games for cutting-edge, hyper-realistic Graphics.
  • Dual HDB fans offer higher performance cooling and much quieter acoustic noise.
  • All-metal backplate, pre-installed.
  • 3 year Warranty & EVGA top notch technical support.
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  • Is there any reason to believe 3060 will be around the similar price tag of 2060? Otherwise can't justify the price tag above $700 here..

    • Based on 'leaks' youd be looking at close to $1000 AUD for a 3060, $1699 for 3070 and $2699 for 3080

      Really hope AMD can do something and undercut them… i miss the days of $500 flagship GPUs

      • Wow…put on top the lack of unit to everyone plus the premium price for buying at launch and we are done

      • Can you link these 'leaks'? The only leak I've seen is one suggesting a 3090 will cost US$1600+.

    • This is likely the upper band of what a 3060 will cost ($430 USD), probably with all the bells and whistles.

      I'd expect the starting price to be much closer to USD $300, or around $450 AUD inc GST. The cards are designed to hit price points, and will only creep upwards dramatically if they are a different class of card from their predecessor, like the 2060 was to the 1060.

  • Ships from and sold by Amazon US by the looks of it. May want to update title.

  • We need to stop posting any RTX "bargain". All of them are overpriced in the last 4 weeks! Omg.

  • Good price IMO. EVGA are quality, always liked their products. The GTX 680 classified is still my favourite GPU

  • amazon us shipping. Pretty disappointed with my experience. It’s literally retail box in a plastic bag (no bubble wrap even).

    • Just let them know, bought a mouse pad for $50 arrived without any additional packaging, slightly bend in the corner, talked to support and they issued a refund without a second thought, I also get to keep the mousepad

      • I did… still waiting for refund though. I ordered second one due to no stock and high price in au sadly (when do i learn…) same fate, but atleast the box wasnt dented or disfigured or had mud (yeah no joke).

  • IMO just not worth it compared to AMD offerings, even if you take into account driver issues.

  • Is there any point of getting this card @ ($650) over an rx 5600xt at that price ($390)?

    I can't see the value.

    • If I was GPU shopping atm I'd definitely be looking at a 5600/5700 XT.

    • Ray tracing/ DLSS. Slightly faster. Pretty tough sell for almost twice the money, but the 5600XT isn't available for that price anymore anyway


    Am I the only one who is still trying to figure out why EVGA is always more expensive?
    Are they the gold standard or something along those lines?

    • EVGA are very well regarded, they make quality products and they have great warranties.

  • Not sure why anyone would go for this given there's a deal on a 2070 that's the same price from the UK, I guess if postage comes into it? a 2070 for $650 seems decent, not sure about a 2060 S though.

    Besides, in a couple of weeks RTX 3000 will come out, it'll be more expensive than this but 'should' be better value, come November there should be a 3060, who knows for how much maybe $800, with 2070 S performance, much better ray tracing.

    Then there's always AMD's next GPUs too this year, RDNA2/Big Navi, think it'd be a shame to buy before at least seeing what that is capable of, and what value it comes in at.

  • I caved and just bought this lol. Probably be a while till the lower end cards release. Hope so anyway haha