The RTX 2060 SUPER sits in a tough spot wherein gamers that want a taste of raytracing feels its quite weak for the task but and the performance is not worth it but for gamers that only want a dig at esports games, a GTX 1660 SUPER usually does the job. Still, barring raytracing, an RTX 2060 SUPER is still a performance workhorse for its price. For 1080p gamers looking to max out their 144hz monitor at a sub-Php20,000 price range, the GALAX RTX 2060 SUPER 1-Click OC offers a good starting point. GALAX has plenty of other option, but this model is the most vanilla of them all.
The slight OC does give it some flex but manual OC should take the card further and while the cooling isn’t that extravagant nor ornate, but doesn’t look too bad either. The main highlight here is definitely the pricing which at around PHP20,000 is a very attractive price point for those that would want performance above the GTX line but don’t want to touch on the RTX 2070 margin.
Again, the GALAX RTX 2060 SUPER 1-Click OC is vanilla as they come but performance satisfies and the size lends itself nicely to compact builds. There’s not a lot to gloat about this card but there’s also not a lot you can complain about which makes it a good recommendation for penny-pinching builds that are just one the brink of falling down the GTX line. Simple yet effective, the GALAX RTX 2060 SUPER 1-Click OC is a good, basic card for those who want an alternative from the likes of Palit or ZOTAC graphics cards.
GALAX backs the RTX 2060 SUPER 1-Click OC with a 3-year warranty. I give it a B2G Best Value Award!