The GeForce RTX 2060, which was once regarded as one of the best mid-range graphics cards on the market, has been reintroduced to the market. Nvidia has decided to re-ignite the Turing burner two years after the graphics card’s first release, in late 2017. Now, the graphics card will bring a slew of significant enhancements to the table.
The RTX 2060 12GB feature the same TU106, which is made utilizing TSMC’s 12nm FinFET manufacturing process. According to NVIDIA, the GeForce RTX 2060 12GB contains four more SMs than the original GeForce RTX 2060. As a result, it has the same number as the RTX 2060 Super and just two fewer than the RTX 2070. Hence, the graphics card contains 2,176 CUDA cores, 272 Tensor cores, and 34 RT cores, an increase over the previous generation. The GeForce RTX 2060 12GB has 13.3 percent more CUDA cores than the RTX 2060.
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RTX 2060 12GB performance
The base frequency of the GeForce RTX 2060 12GB is 1,470 MHz, with a boost clock of 1,650 MHz, which is the same as the RTX 2060 Super. The memory bandwidth is also the same as the RTX 2060. However, the base clock on this new edition is 7.7% faster than the GeForce RTX 2060. On the other hand, the latter’s boost clock is only a fraction of a percent faster. The GeForRTX 2060 12GB outperforms the competition in FP32. The standard version has a performance rating of 6.5 TFLOPs, while the 12GB variant has a rating of 7.2 TFLOPs. Hence, there is a 10.8% increase in performance. The amount of GDDR6 RAM accessible has been increased from 6GB to 12GB by Nvidia. Nevertheless, a large amount of memory on the RTX 2060 12GB will not transform it into a gaming machine capable of giving an incredible 60 fps per second gaming experience. Anyways, it will help in current titles that push the memory envelope over 8GB even at 1080p.
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