Question Best RTX 2060 Super?

best is directly from nvidia, as they are keeping the best for themselves
as for 3rd parties..there are really small differences
main difference which u should look for (if u looking for performance cap) is to check how much watts can GPU get, so to speak if it has only 1x 6pin pci-e power plug, its the worst candidat
EVO OC edition has 1x 8pin
windforce OC edition has only 1x8pin

both will perform same

if u want more prformance, u may want to look at those
all of those got 1x6pin+1x8pin and will give u much more FPS
 
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In real terms there's hardly any difference, it's the same NVIDIA chip behind it ultimately.
All manufacturers tend to do is pick the chip, and apply factory overclock and cooling.

As far as performance goes, the difference between the two will be negligible.
Technically the DUAL OC has a higher factory OC.

So if they're the same price, go that one, but if there's a price difference, just go for which one is cheapest or suits your style most assuming that your PSU can supply either one effectively.
 
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In real terms there's hardly any difference, it's the same NVIDIA chip behind it ultimately.
All manufacturers tend to do is pick the chip, and apply factory overclock and cooling.

As far as performance goes, the difference between the two will be negligible.
Technically the DUAL OC has a higher factory OC.

So if they're the same price, go that one, but if there's a price difference, just go for which one is cheapest or suits your style most assuming that your PSU can supply either one effectively.
Which one are you talking about? I thought only the gigabyte windforce had factory oc. Does the one I listed from asus have factory oc as well?
 

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Yes, the Dual OC edition:
"The ASUS Dual GeForce® RTX 2060 SUPER™ EVO OC edition"

OC Mode - GPU Boost Clock : 1725 MHz , GPU Base Clock : 1500 MHz
Gaming Mode (Default) - GPU Boost Clock : 1695 MHz , GPU Base Clock : 1470 MHz
 
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cards will overclock ontheir own, as long they have enough juice
even if one has higher base clock, both will max out on same frequencies (it autoboosts as long u have enough heat and power room)

So from what you're saying I should just go for the cheaper option, it will give the same performance
 

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