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Nvidia officially drops the RTX 2060's pricing to £274.99

The graphics card's US pricing has also dropped

Nvidia officially drops the RTX 2060's pricing to £274.99

Nvidia officially drops the RTX 2060's pricing to £274.99

As AMD is preparing to release its Radeon RX 5600 XT, Nvidia has already prepped its countermove, officially reducing the pricing of its RTX 2060. In the UK the MSRP of Nvidia's RTX 2060 has been reduced from $349 to $299 in the US and from £329.99 to £274.99 in the UK. 

This pricing hasn't been confirmed by Nvidia, but the reduced pricing on Nvidia's website speaks for itself, and the timing is certainly intentionally. AMD's $279.99 RX 5600 XT will release on Tuesday, January 21st, making now the ideal time for Nvidia to undermine AMD's efforts. 

Nvidia rarely reduces their prices, at least in an official capacity. Typically, price reductions come from Nvidia's add-in-board partners, who have either increased the efficiency of their manufacturing processes or benefitted from reduced memory pricing or other market forces. 

Only time will tell if AMD will reduce their RX 5000 series pricing to counter Nvidia's RTX 2060 price reductions. Reducing AMD's RX 5600 XT to $250 or $260 would be an epic move from Radeon. AMD made a similar move before the RX 5700 series released; after Nvidia revealed its RTX 20XX Super series and its pricing.  

Nvidia officially drops the RTX 2060's pricing to £274.99  

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17-01-2020, 12:31:17

Warchild
What is that narrow slot on the side for? heat dissipation?Quote

17-01-2020, 12:58:47

WYP
Quote:
Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
What is that narrow slot on the side for? heat dissipation?
Aren't those for screws? Like in most reference design cards? Basically, they are for OEM systems. Lets them be screwed in for more rigidity.Quote

17-01-2020, 14:19:47

Warchild
Quote:
Originally Posted by WYP View Post
Aren't those for screws? Like in most reference design cards? Basically, they are for OEM systems. Lets them be screwed in for more rigidity.
I've no idea. Thats why I asked Quote

17-01-2020, 15:25:07

looz
Sorry for the poor quality photo, but should be clear enough.

It's not a hole, it's some Nvidia overcomplication: https://i.imgur.com/GekfdlO.jpg

But at that price, it's currently a no-brainer. At least until 5600 XT is here.Quote

17-01-2020, 15:26:11

Warchild
Sums up what WYP mentioned perfectly.Quote
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