EVGA NVIDIA RTX 2060 GPU at $310 (21% off), Gets More Affordable

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[Update: The deal has now closed and the EVGA RTX 2060 is back to MSRP of $390.]

Although it’s been just a month since the new year started, we’re getting to see a spectacular price drop on the EVGA NVIDIA RTX 2060 GPU. The respective GPU being comparatively new, this is a steal-deal for some GPU enthusiasts. EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 XC Ultra Black Gaming is now available for its lowest ever price on Amazon, for just $309.99.

EVGA Nvidia 2060 at 21% Off
EVGA NVIDIA 2060 GPU at just $310 with 21% Off…


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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060…

As far as the EVGA overclocked GPU specs is concerned, it doesn’t fall behind the empirical NVIDIA RTX 2060. Rather brings in some marginal benefits. The GPU offers a standard 1,365MHz base and 1,680Mhz boost clock speed, as well as a 6GB of 14Gbps GDDR6 memory.

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The GPU also includes 1,920 CUDA cores, with a 192-bit memory bus. Noteworthy it even packs in the hardware-accelerated ray-tracing feature.

Even though the 2060 GPU has been surpassed by the segment-leading and more powerful 2060 Super. At the price-to-performance ratio, the EVGA 2060 takes the lead. Even having 2,176 CUDA cores, a wider 256-bit memory bus, as well as an upgraded render output of 64. The 2060 super lags in the price point it is offered. It costs around $90 more than the current 2060 GPU with not a lot of performance improvement.


For the performance, the 2060 GPU provides, the $310 price is a steal-deal at this time. Also, it is one of the most affordable GPUs with the raytracing feature by NVIDIA. So, buying it now with a 21% Off tag is a wise choice for many. If your budget doesn’t allow it, you might want to go for the reference RTX 2060, which just got a discount from NVIDIA itself.

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