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NVIDIA is going to get out of the RTX 2060 Ti graphics card again? Crazy TU104 core

via:快科技     time:2019/9/18 18:30:58     readed:984

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GPU information for nVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 (TU104)

Added information for NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 (TU104) GPUs

In other words, NVIDIA is another RTX 2060 graphics card with TU104 core? Over the past two years, the layout of RTX Series graphics cards has been completely obscure.

For the current 20 series graphics cards, the specifications summarized on Wikipedia are more comprehensive. We know that RTX 2060 and RTX 2060 Super are based on the TU106 core, while TU104 is a higher level video card, with up to 3072 CUDA cores, which is very different from the 2176 cores of the RTX 2060 Super series. There is already RTX 2070 in the middle, and RTX 2070 Super,RTX 2080 fills the gap.

From the core number, the TU104 core RTX 2060 series of new cards is difficult to locate, castrated to 2200 CUDA cores, then it is a great waste for TU104, if castration is too little, then there will be a conflict with the RTX 2070 X2080 series.

From a price point of view, it is possible for NVIDIA to create a new RTX 2060 series graphics card by clever knife method, because the RTX 2060 now costs $349, the $399 RTX 2060 Super, up is the $499 RTX 2070 Super, and a $449 RTX 2060 new card can be castrated.

From this point of view, the TU104 core RTX 2060 new card should be located higher, called RTX 2060 Ti, so that the positioning is slightly higher than the competitor's RX 5700 XT, no need for RTX 2070 Super condescending competition.

Of course, it is also possible that the RTX 2060 specification of the TU104 core has not changed at all, that is, to maximize the use of the TU104 core, which has been done on the GTX 1060 graphics card before.

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