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xmxx l EVGA 06G-P4-2068-KR GeForce RTX 2060 KO Ultra Gaming, 6GB GDDR6; Dual Fans, Metal Backplate Recommended color
xmxx l EVGA 06G-P4-2068-KR GeForce RTX 2060 KO Ultra Gaming, 6GB GDDR6; Dual Fans, Metal Backplate Recommended color
xmxx l EVGA 06G-P4-2068-KR GeForce RTX 2060 KO Ultra Gaming, 6GB GDDR6; Dual Fans, Metal Backplate Recommended color
xmxx l EVGA 06G-P4-2068-KR GeForce RTX 2060 KO Ultra Gaming, 6GB GDDR6; Dual Fans, Metal Backplate Recommended color
xmxx l EVGA 06G-P4-2068-KR GeForce RTX 2060 KO Ultra Gaming, 6GB GDDR6; Dual Fans, Metal Backplate Recommended color
xmxx l EVGA 06G-P4-2068-KR GeForce RTX 2060 KO Ultra Gaming, 6GB GDDR6; Dual Fans, Metal Backplate Recommended color
xmxx l EVGA 06G-P4-2068-KR GeForce RTX 2060 KO Ultra Gaming, 6GB GDDR6; Dual Fans, Metal Backplate Recommended color

xmxx l EVGA 06G-P4-2068-KR GeForce RTX 2060 KO Ultra Gaming, 6GB GDDR6; Dual Fans, Metal Backplate Recommended color

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What is xmxx l EVGA 06G-P4-2068-KR GeForce RTX 2060 KO Ultra Gaming, 6GB GDDR6; Dual Fans, Metal Backplate Recommended color?
      Built for EVGA precision X1 all-metal backplate, pre-installedamazingly xmxx l quiet during gameplay, handles xmxx l just about any game i play xmxx l at 1080p 165fps(monitor is 165hz and it runs xmxx l most games at xmxx l or above 165 fps)Dual xmxx l fans offer higher performance cooling and much quieter xmxx l acoustic noise.3 year & EVGA's top notch technical support.Finally, prices came xmxx l down, so cards became xmxx l affordable. Performace wise it beats RTX3050 for less money.As always xmxx l EVGA xmxx l never xmxx l disappoints, xmxx l unlike some other manufacturers. xmxx l Nothing else to say.I got this xmxx l card at xmxx l $250 xmxx l which at that price point I feel is quite good xmxx l considering in that market its xmxx l competing against 1660s. That being xmxx l said the card runs xmxx l hot at around 83 degrees for me and xmxx l could be a bit loud for some xmxx l peoples standards but xmxx l not mine in particular. Its quite thick xmxx l and xmxx l cant xmxx l use my PCI network card because xmxx l of that but I mostly play xmxx l on Ethernet either way. You should consider case ventilation solutions if xmxx l you get this xmxx l card to manage the temps xmxx l better imo.This is quite possibly xmxx l the best graphics xmxx l card for budget builds even after the 2-year shortage. Its a card xmxx l that can play most xmxx l modern xmxx l games at xmxx l 1080p or 1440p at high settings xmxx l and achieve 60fps pretty easily. It xmxx l also doesnt require a xmxx l lot of power and has your xmxx l standard PCI-E x16 (gen 3) connection. Its small enough to xmxx l fit in xmxx l most compact cases. For the money, this is an xmxx l amazing card! The one downside xmxx l is that, during intense xmxx l graphical use, both fans will kick in and make enough noise to be xmxx l noticeable, though its not too loud.I really xmxx l like xmxx l this graphics xmxx l adapter. Deciding which card to xmxx l get xmxx l was a xmxx l multi-day xmxx l challenge. I was a diehard ATI fan for decades but xmxx l decided to try NVidia xmxx l this xmxx l time. I'm not disappointed. My old xmxx l AMD HD Radeon wasn't cutting it with xmxx l 1080p conversions xmxx l so xmxx l I got xmxx l this xmxx l so I wouldn't burn xmxx l out my xmxx l 2nd Gen xmxx l Intel CPU. My machine now runs conversions with no CPU load. I xmxx l decided to try it on all of my old xmxx l games (hl, hl2, counter-strike, xmxx l even quake/quakeII) xmxx l with the highest xmxx l absolute max settings and get exceptionally high framerates. Even WoW xmxx l runs at over 60fps. I can't hear the GPU cooler over xmxx l my chassis fans. My old card sounded like a hair xmxx l dryer.Even though I expect the price to fall xmxx l further, this was xmxx l still an excellent buy at $230.The card has xmxx l generous GDDR6, decent clock xmxx l speed, xmxx l plenty of CUDA cores, (and xmxx l Ray Tracing) for that price. And I compared them ALL. xmxx l To be xmxx l honest, xmxx l the next-day shipping option tipped xmxx l the xmxx l scales a bit. But xmxx l I traded that off for xmxx l aesthetics. Although xmxx l it is extremely well-built xmxx l and looks xmxx l good, the card xmxx l isn't a showpiece xmxx l with disco lights. xmxx l The back of the card shows xmxx l circuitry instead xmxx l of a finished coverplate. On the plus xmxx l side, better cooling.Real-Time ray tracing in games for cutting-edge, hyper-realistic graphicsEDIT: This review xmxx l took xmxx l three days to post and my opinion xmxx l has changed since I originally wrote xmxx l this. I xmxx l have noted my edits below.Summary: This review is for the EVGA GeForce RTX xmxx l 2060 XC Gaming (06G-P4-2063-KR). Its shorter xmxx l than the dual fan minis from Zotac. Its longer than the xmxx l single fan xmxx l half-length minis from Gigabyte xmxx l and MSI. Its taller than most xmxx l other cards and uses three case slots. Im not sure if the larger design is beneficial. EVGA has opted for xmxx l three outputs with a xmxx l DVI-D xmxx l while the other minis have four outputs with three DPs and an HDMI.EDIT: Noise xmxx l levels xmxx l at xmxx l factory settings are good under xmxx l moderate xmxx l and variable loads xmxx l but xmxx l mediocre under constant xmxx l maximum load. This card is much quieter xmxx l when undervolted but xmxx l results may not xmxx l be xmxx l consistent. The card I received has severe coil xmxx l whine.Design and xmxx l Size (3/5): I xmxx l respect EVGA xmxx l for xmxx l the logic of xmxx l this xmxx l cards design. Most people xmxx l buy a half-length card for being cheaper and tolerate the xmxx l lower performance from a single fan xmxx l cooler. The xmxx l people xmxx l who buy a xmxx l half-length card for its length xmxx l usually plan to stick the card into a prebuilt with xmxx l only eight inches of clearance. Why xmxx l not make a card xmxx l that has great performance and fits most cases but also doesnt xmxx l cost extra The xmxx l result is a xmxx l brick-shaped xmxx l cooler with copper xmxx l pipes and a copper plate. However, its not readily clear if this design outperforms a normal half-length design.This design also xmxx l has quite a few drawbacks. xmxx l The largest drawback is the xmxx l three xmxx l slot design which is a problem xmxx l for anyone who uses other PCI devices. If your PCI slots are low in the case then the intake fan wont xmxx l have any clearance. If you own a case xmxx l that only has two expansion slots then this card is a xmxx l non-starter since it uses xmxx l three slots. If xmxx l you actually do have a xmxx l case that can xmxx l only take xmxx l a half-length card then this card is xmxx l also a xmxx l non-starter.EDIT: The open air cooler is xmxx l also side vented. xmxx l This card will xmxx l bake itself in slim cases with metal side panels. Make xmxx l sure that your case has exhaust clearance. This card also does not have a fan idle xmxx l mode.Compatibility (N/A): This card xmxx l should work in most prebuilts. I xmxx l tested this card xmxx l in xmxx l a Dell xmxx l Optiplex 7010 xmxx l (Ivy Bridge 2012). xmxx l It even works xmxx l with survivable temperatures xmxx l (85C and 90% fan xmxx l usage) in cases with almost no ventilation. This is a solid upgrade for prebuilts with an extra 8-pin connector.EDIT: Make sure the prebuilt case has clearance xmxx l for the side vented exhaust.Power and Temperatures (5/5): This card is xmxx l equal to xmxx l the multi-fan designs that have xmxx l been reviewed. It never gets close to thermal throttling.EDIT: Rating +1. The xmxx l factory overclock does xmxx l work. xmxx l The aggressive clock boost made it really xmxx l hard xmxx l to evaluate if the overclock was xmxx l functional. The card will even boost above the factory overclock in some cases. Heat and noise levels rise badly when it does though.Noise Levels (2/5*): The fan has a clean hum but does get noisy under xmxx l load. In relative xmxx l terms, the noise level is decent xmxx l for a single fan card. In absolute terms, xmxx l the noise level does get annoying xmxx l if you xmxx l have a quieter case or environment.I found that 60-70% fan usage was the threshold for annoying. When xmxx l you reach this point depends on your system cooling. In my case, the noise xmxx l level was fine when xmxx l the xmxx l card was xmxx l under moderate xmxx l load (50-70%) with periodic xmxx l load xmxx l spikes. However, when the xmxx l card was under constant maximum load, the xmxx l fan xmxx l was unable to control heat xmxx l while also being quiet.The card I xmxx l received also had severe coil xmxx l whine. EVGA does regard severe coil whine as xmxx l a defect and is willing to replace a card that has it.EDIT: Rating +3 xmxx l (only with undervolt). I was able to reduce the overall heat xmxx l and power xmxx l usage by xmxx l reducing voltages and limiting the maximum frequency. I was then able to reduce xmxx l the xmxx l fan usage from xmxx l 70% to 50%. The final result was a card that is xmxx l both quiet xmxx l and xmxx l cold.The problem is that "undervolting" is xmxx l tedious xmxx l to stability test. There's an extra level xmxx l of technical knowledge required to set xmxx l up a xmxx l VF xmxx l curve in Afterburner or xmxx l Precision. Results also may xmxx l not be xmxx l consistent. Other cards may require more voltage to xmxx l run xmxx l stable. The out-of-box noise xmxx l levels xmxx l for this xmxx l card are xmxx l still bad. I wouldn't xmxx l advise this xmxx l card xmxx l without a decent undervolt.I'm xmxx l using xmxx l a VF curve xmxx l that mostly limits the card to its factory overclock of 1755 MHz @ 0.8V, down from 0.9V. Memory is 7500 MHz, up from 7000 xmxx l MHz. xmxx l The fan curve is 33-50% from 0-75C xmxx l and 50-70% from 75C-100C.These are fairly conservative settings. I think there xmxx l is overhead for an overclock with the undervolt, but I was trying to xmxx l lower fan usage xmxx l below the threshold that I found bothersome.The severity of the coil whine xmxx l was much greater than I xmxx l originally thought. When xmxx l I spoke with xmxx l EVGA, they xmxx l said it was a defect and offered upfront xmxx l to xmxx l authorize an advanced RMA. xmxx l They'll send me a new card first and then I'll send this card back. They'll pay xmxx l for shipping both xmxx l directions.This response is excellent. xmxx l However, xmxx l I'd rather not play the coil whine xmxx l lottery. I don't know if the problem is xmxx l the xmxx l card xmxx l or xmxx l the card xmxx l series.Display Outputs xmxx l (4/5): Im not sold on DVI-D xmxx l in 2019, but for people who still need this output, EVGA xmxx l has the only mini card on the US market xmxx l with xmxx l one. I prefer the xmxx l other minis with four outputs. It also xmxx l doesnt xmxx l have USB-C, but most cards dont have this output, so EVGA doesnt lose any points for xmxx l this.Aesthetics (3/5): xmxx l Theres no backplate which xmxx l is a cheap move xmxx l for a card xmxx l of this price. xmxx l The minis from Zotac and MSI have backplates. xmxx l The color scheme is black xmxx l and grey xmxx l with no lighting. Theres xmxx l no green aside from the XC text on the xmxx l side.Final Score (3.5/5*). This loses the most xmxx l rating for having coil xmxx l whine and loud xmxx l fan xmxx l with the factory settings. Having no backplate xmxx l is a stingy exclusion. xmxx l I dislike the output xmxx l selection. Its highly dubious to exchange two DisplayPorts for one DVI-D. xmxx l Adapters arent rare or expensive. xmxx l Its also xmxx l ironic that xmxx l I xmxx l cant use this xmxx l card xmxx l with xmxx l the xmxx l EVGA Nu Audio xmxx l sound card. This card is too xmxx l large for xmxx l both xmxx l of them to xmxx l fit.EDIT: Rating +0.5 or xmxx l more (only xmxx l with xmxx l undervolt). My opinion of this card has xmxx l improved after undervolting. This card's noise level still kind of sucks out of the box. I'm not entirely xmxx l sold on design choices xmxx l and I'm slightly concerned about the coil whine. I'm xmxx l not xmxx l sure if I'll accept xmxx l the RMA offer, and xmxx l I still xmxx l might xmxx l return this pending reviews for xmxx l the xmxx l half-length cards from Gigabyte xmxx l and MSI.Plays all xmxx l my favorite xmxx l fps titles xmxx l without any stutter and the single fan should not be xmxx l any xmxx l worrries if you are not a very heavy user.Real Boost Clock: xmxx l 1680 xmxx l MHz; Memory detail: xmxx l 6144 MB GDDR6great xmxx l buy xmxx l for xmxx l the price.system xmxx l previous xmxx l specs amd am3 fx8350 cpu, 32gb ram, nvidia sli xmxx l 590 , idle 480watts, gaming 1150+watts, now xmxx l idle 120watts, gaming under 400watts.works great xmxx l . xmxx l will help xmxx l alot on electric bill
      EVGA 06G-P4-2068-KR GeForce RTX 2060 KO Ultra Gaming, 6GB GDDR6, Dual Fans, Metal BackplateReal xmxx l Boost Clock: 1680 MHz; Memory detail: 6144 xmxx l MB xmxx l GDDR6Real-Time ray xmxx l tracing in games for cutting-edge, hyper-realistic xmxx l graphicsDual fans xmxx l offer higher performance xmxx l cooling and much quieter acoustic xmxx l noise.Built for xmxx l EVGA precision X1 all-metal xmxx l backplate, pre-installed3 year & EVGA's top notch technical support.

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Buyer's experience:
      1: I really like this graphics adapter. Deciding which card to get was a multi-day challenge. I was a diehard ATI fan for decades but decided to try NVidia this time. I'm not disappointed. My old AMD HD Radeon wasn't cutting it with 1080p conversions so I got this so I wouldn't burn out my 2nd Gen Intel CPU. My machine now runs conversions with no CPU load. I decided to try it on all of my old games (hl, hl2, counter-strike, even quake/quakeII) with the highest absolute max settings and get exceptionally high framerates. Even WoW runs at over 60fps. I can't hear the GPU cooler over my chassis fans. My old card sounded like a hair dryer.Even though I expect the price to fall further, this was still an excellent buy at $230.The card has generous GDDR6, decent clock speed, plenty of CUDA cores, (and Ray Tracing) for that price. And I compared them ALL. To be honest, the next-day shipping option tipped the scales a bit. But I traded that off for aesthetics. Although it is extremely well-built and looks good, the card isn't a showpiece with disco lights. The back of the card shows circuitry instead of a finished coverplate. On the plus side, better cooling.
      2: EDIT: This review took three days to post and my opinion has changed since I originally wrote this. I have noted my edits below.Summary: This review is for the EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 XC Gaming (06G-P4-2063-KR). Its shorter than the dual fan minis from Zotac. Its longer than the single fan half-length minis from Gigabyte and MSI. Its taller than most other cards and uses three case slots. Im not sure if the larger design is beneficial. EVGA has opted for three outputs with a DVI-D while the other minis have four outputs with three DPs and an HDMI.EDIT: Noise levels at factory settings are good under moderate and variable loads but mediocre under constant maximum load. This card is much quieter when undervolted but results may not be consistent. The card I received has severe coil whine.Design and Size (3/5): I respect EVGA for the logic of this cards design. Most people buy a half-length card for being cheaper and tolerate the lower performance from a single fan cooler. The people who buy a half-length card for its length usually plan to stick the card into a prebuilt with only eight inches of clearance. Why not make a card that has great performance and fits most cases but also doesnt cost extra The result is a brick-shaped cooler with copper pipes and a copper plate. However, its not readily clear if this design outperforms a normal half-length design.This design also has quite a few drawbacks. The largest drawback is the three slot design which is a problem for anyone who uses other PCI devices. If your PCI slots are low in the case then the intake fan wont have any clearance. If you own a case that only has two expansion slots then this card is a non-starter since it uses three slots. If you actually do have a case that can only take a half-length card then this card is also a non-starter.EDIT: The open air cooler is also side vented. This card will bake itself in slim cases with metal side panels. Make sure that your case has exhaust clearance. This card also does not have a fan idle mode.Compatibility (N/A): This card should work in most prebuilts. I tested this card in a Dell Optiplex 7010 (Ivy Bridge 2012). It even works with survivable temperatures (85C and 90% fan usage) in cases with almost no ventilation. This is a solid upgrade for prebuilts with an extra 8-pin connector.EDIT: Make sure the prebuilt case has clearance for the side vented exhaust.Power and Temperatures (5/5): This card is equal to the multi-fan designs that have been reviewed. It never gets close to thermal throttling.EDIT: Rating +1. The factory overclock does work. The aggressive clock boost made it really hard to evaluate if the overclock was functional. The card will even boost above the factory overclock in some cases. Heat and noise levels rise badly when it does though.Noise Levels (2/5*): The fan has a clean hum but does get noisy under load. In relative terms, the noise level is decent for a single fan card. In absolute terms, the noise level does get annoying if you have a quieter case or environment.I found that 60-70% fan usage was the threshold for annoying. When you reach this point depends on your system cooling. In my case, the noise level was fine when the card was under moderate load (50-70%) with periodic load spikes. However, when the card was under constant maximum load, the fan was unable to control heat while also being quiet.The card I received also had severe coil whine. EVGA does regard severe coil whine as a defect and is willing to replace a card that has it.EDIT: Rating +3 (only with undervolt). I was able to reduce the overall heat and power usage by reducing voltages and limiting the maximum frequency. I was then able to reduce the fan usage from 70% to 50%. The final result was a card that is both quiet and cold.The problem is that "undervolting" is tedious to stability test. There's an extra level of technical knowledge required to set up a VF curve in Afterburner or Precision. Results also may not be consistent. Other cards may require more voltage to run stable. The out-of-box noise levels for this card are still bad. I wouldn't advise this card without a decent undervolt.I'm using a VF curve that mostly limits the card to its factory overclock of 1755 MHz @ 0.8V, down from 0.9V. Memory is 7500 MHz, up from 7000 MHz. The fan curve is 33-50% from 0-75C and 50-70% from 75C-100C.These are fairly conservative settings. I think there is overhead for an overclock with the undervolt, but I was trying to lower fan usage below the threshold that I found bothersome.The severity of the coil whine was much greater than I originally thought. When I spoke with EVGA, they said it was a defect and offered upfront to authorize an advanced RMA. They'll send me a new card first and then I'll send this card back. They'll pay for shipping both directions.This response is excellent. However, I'd rather not play the coil whine lottery. I don't know if the problem is the card or the card series.Display Outputs (4/5): Im not sold on DVI-D in 2019, but for people who still need this output, EVGA has the only mini card on the US market with one. I prefer the other minis with four outputs. It also doesnt have USB-C, but most cards dont have this output, so EVGA doesnt lose any points for this.Aesthetics (3/5): Theres no backplate which is a cheap move for a card of this price. The minis from Zotac and MSI have backplates. The color scheme is black and grey with no lighting. Theres no green aside from the XC text on the side.Final Score (3.5/5*). This loses the most rating for having coil whine and loud fan with the factory settings. Having no backplate is a stingy exclusion. I dislike the output selection. Its highly dubious to exchange two DisplayPorts for one DVI-D. Adapters arent rare or expensive. Its also ironic that I cant use this card with the EVGA Nu Audio sound card. This card is too large for both of them to fit.EDIT: Rating +0.5 or more (only with undervolt). My opinion of this card has improved after undervolting. This card's noise level still kind of sucks out of the box. I'm not entirely sold on design choices and I'm slightly concerned about the coil whine. I'm not sure if I'll accept the RMA offer, and I still might return this pending reviews for the half-length cards from Gigabyte and MSI.
      3: Plays all my favorite fps titles without any stutter and the single fan should not be any worrries if you are not a very heavy user.
      4: amazingly quiet during gameplay, handles just about any game i play at 1080p 165fps(monitor is 165hz and it runs most games at or above 165 fps)
      5: I got this card at $250 which at that price point I feel is quite good considering in that market its competing against 1660s. That being said the card runs hot at around 83 degrees for me and could be a bit loud for some peoples standards but not mine in particular. Its quite thick and cant use my PCI network card because of that but I mostly play on Ethernet either way. You should consider case ventilation solutions if you get this card to manage the temps better imo.
      6: great buy for the price.system previous specs amd am3 fx8350 cpu, 32gb ram, nvidia sli 590 , idle 480watts, gaming 1150+watts, now idle 120watts, gaming under 400watts.works great . will help alot on electric bill
      7: This is quite possibly the best graphics card for budget builds even after the 2-year shortage. Its a card that can play most modern games at 1080p or 1440p at high settings and achieve 60fps pretty easily. It also doesnt require a lot of power and has your standard PCI-E x16 (gen 3) connection. Its small enough to fit in most compact cases. For the money, this is an amazing card! The one downside is that, during intense graphical use, both fans will kick in and make enough noise to be noticeable, though its not too loud.
      8: Finally, prices came down, so cards became affordable. Performace wise it beats RTX3050 for less money.As always EVGA never disappoints, unlike some other manufacturers. Nothing else to say.

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Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00