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Announced earlier today (or yesterday, depending on the time you read this) at CES 2019, with a release date of next week, the new GeForce RTX 2060 represents the most affordable entry in the RTX line-up yet. As per the pre-release notes we received it was touted as full-HD or 1080p alternative to the 4K proposition of the 2080 and 1440p goals of the 2070. Ray tracing included!

As it turns out though, the RTX 2060 is comparable performance-wise to the more recent GTX 1070 Ti. Which means impressive results even at 1440p.
A new card that more than excels at what it has clearly set out to do – provide a next-gen like experience and leap at the sub-4K resolutions of 1080p and 1440p.

After having spent the better part of a week putting the new GeForce RTX 2060 through its paces, saying as much is an easy thing to do. Pushing games and settings to their maximum at the 1080p resolution results in performance numbers that would have been consider high-end not that long ago. With results impressively in the range of a GeForce GTX 1070 Ti, the same sentiment goes for most titles played at the 1440p resolution. In what came as a bit of a surprise. A very pleasant surprise.

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