Nvidia RTX 2060 Super and RTX 2070 Super Review
Published: 2nd July 2019 | Source: Nvidia | Price: |
Up Close - RTX 2060 Super
If you've seen the cooler for the regular Nvidia RTX range then there are no big surprises with the Super editions. Having finally hit upon a winning formula for a factory GPU cooler though we're glad they haven't adjusted too much.
Beyond the inclusion of the word Super the big change is that the middle section between the two fans in now a mirror finish, perfect for reflecting your lower RGB LED Strip.
The rear backplate finds much the same with the very carefully designed fit making the cooler look like it was hewn from a single piece, whilst the RTX 2060 logo has been moved left a little bit to fit in the Super suffix.
The side view gives you a really clear indication of the two slot width of the RTX 2060 Super, and how well designed the cooler is. We're so used to seeing heat sink and fan combos that sit on top of the PCB that having one that surrounds it is a very nice touch.
Power requirements remain low on the RTX 2060 Super with a single 8 pin PCIe power input. We like it being on the back end rather than the front side, a boon for keeping your cables tidy inside the case.
At the business end the RTX 2060 Super has all the outputs you could desire, with two DisplayPort connectors sitting around the HDMI, and the inclusion of a DVI-D port allowing those with older display panels to take advantage of the newest Nvidia RTX card.