The original GeForce RTX 2060 is equipped with a TU106 chip with 1920 CUDA cores and 6GB of 14Gbps graphics memory. Later, the EVGA "custom" integrator upgraded the graphics to its KO Gaming models using TU104 chips, but the actual performance was repaired. In the meantime, at the moment, the RTX 2060 can get a much bigger and more realistic update.
Three new RTX 2060s with 8GB VRAM
According to the EEC, ASUS yesterday registered three new ROG STRIX GeForce RTX 2060 with 8 GB of GDDR6 VRAM, instead of the 6 GB that these graphics cards do not carry automatically.
Before drawing conclusions, you are welcome to comment on the possibilities in this regard. On the other hand, it would be a human error
Of course it would make sense if an ASUS person who came in with these new ones wanted to post RTX 2060 SUPER but you'll forget to include the "S" in the reference. It makes sense because then they will be registering the stocks that have been on the market for about a year, as long as those same lists but in the SUPER model already exist.
Another possibility is that ASUS registers the part numbers earlier if it is likely to be updated for the RTX 2060 by NVIDIA. Remember that manufacturers can register as many products as they want from the EEC, and they do not have to be products that will go to market later.
|ROG Strix GeForce RTX 2060 EVO OC Edition||ROG-STRIX-RTX2060-O8G-EVO-GAMING|
|ROG Strix GeForce RTX 2060 EVO Advanced Edition||ROG-STRIX-RTX2060-A8G-EVO-GAMING|
|ROG Strix GeForce RTX 2060||ROG-STRIX-RTX2060-8G-EVO-GAMING|
What market share does the charter enter?
If NVIDIA really updated these images, it would receive SUPER versions depending on the scale and speed of the memory. The SUPER variant will still get better in terms of performance, because it should be remembered that it has 2,176 CUDA cores compared to the original 1920's RTX 2060s.
For greater efficiency, these cards they are under the AMD & # 39; s Radeon RX 5700 and RT 5600 XT (On average, the RX 5700s are over 11%), and in fact we highly doubt that adding 2GB of VRAM to these graphics cards will significantly improve performance; they'll have a more detailed description of the most demanding games (very large maps) as well executive decisions.
In any case, having 8 GB of dedicated graphic memory will make the RTX 2060s look even better, especially when the price is saved (which remains to be seen because you already know how NVIDIA spends it). To answer the title question, these charts will occupy the same niche as before, but they can be very attractive and can boost your sales by adding more charted memory. If the price is kept, it is great news for users, it can be.