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NVIDIA RTX 2070 Super & 2060 Super Review: Killing Radeon VII

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Our NVIDIA’s RTX 2060 Super & 2070 Super review with performance benchmarks, specs and pricing, gaming, power consumption, thermal, & noise discussion.
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Article w/ additional testing information:

This benchmark tests NVIDIA’s new RTX 2060 Super and RTX 2070 Super cards for review. The 2060 Super vs. 2060 and 2070 Super vs. 2080 lineups are of the most interest, with additional interesting match-ups when compared to AMD’s Radeon VII and Vega 56 cards. We’re also looking forward to AMD RX 5700 XT and RX 5700 Navi GPU reviews, but NVIDIA’s Super launches about a week earlier than the new AMD parts. The NVIDIA RTX 2060 Super price should be $400, with the RTX 2060 still selling at an MSRP floor of $350. The RTX 2070 Super price will be $500, with the RTX 2070 non-Super card being phased out, alongside the RTX 2080 non-Super card. As for RTX 2060 Super & 2070 Super specs, those are shown in a chart in our video review, but also available at the article linked above.

Our NVIDIA RTX Super benchmarks include power consumption tests, thermal/temperature testing, noise and acoustic testing, gaming benchmarks (now with DirectX 12, DirectX 11, and Vulkan benchmarks), and power consumption, now tested with just GPU 12V power isolated.

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A few of the other cards we tested are below (all Amazon links):

Vega 56 Red Dragon:
RTX 2060:
Radeon VII:

See article for test bench specs/overclocks/etc.

GN GPU Test Bench Components (all on Amazon):

CPU: Intel i7-8086K (overclocked) –
CPU Cooler: NZXT Kraken X62 –
RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB 3200MHz –
PSU: Corsair AX1600i 1600W Titanium –
Motherboard: ASUS Maximus X Hero –

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Editorial, Testing: Steve Burke
Video: Josh Svoboda, Andrew Coleman

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