At this late in the game, its definitely quite hard to peg down the value of an RTX 2060. The GTX 1660 SUPER proves to be the dominant mid-range option and pushing the pricing down only makes it come closer to the GTX 1660 SUPER. While I’m still working on getting GTX 1660 SUPER cards to add to our test, our older reviews does confirm that in most esports titles, the GTX 1660 SUPER fares a bit better but in more general uses, the RTX 2060 can definite be more useful especially in DLSS games.
That being said, it was quite sad that due to the pandemic we’ve received this card very late and while we’re not sure yet, NVIDIA is expected to announce their new RTX 30 series cards later this year. This could spell the inevitable fate of this card especially for its price range. As of writing, we’re seeing this card surprisingly at around PHP20,000 which is awkwardly near its RTX 2060 SUPER brothers which, in general, should have a relative advantage of 10% over the RTX 2060. Looking at it from a performance standpoint, it is definitely the cheaper RTX entry point versus the RTX 2060 SUPER and of course, will automatically trump the GTX 16-series cards in RTX applications. That said, this is a tough recommendation from a price perspective. In a perfect world, if this card was around Php15,000 or less, it would easily be a quick recommendation especially with the white shroud.
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White builds are becoming more common and graphics cards that are natively white are quite rare and modding them may be easy to do with the proper knowhow but for the average consumer, there’s a limited plug-and-play solution out there. The GALAX RTX 2060 SUPER EX WHITE 1-Click OC solves that problems for mainstream gamers and offers an overall decent card. If you’re after a white card, I’d suggest saving up for the RTX 2070 SUPER EX White from GALAX.
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