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Nvidia 8gb geforce rtx 2060

There is an exciting movement taking place in the world of NVIDIA GeForce RTX GPUs.

appears to be an inadvertent bug from Asus, indicating that an upgraded version of the ROG Strix GeForce RTX 2060 EVO will be released soon, equipped with 8GB of GDDR6 video memory, running at 14GB per second. asyetunannounced GPU appeared courtesy of the ASUS EEC list.

This listing shows three different versions of this new rumored 8GB ROG Strix GeForce RTX 2060 EVO. The first is the standard version of the swamp without the bells and whistles. Next up is the so-called premium version, which uses a bit of overclocking to increase power. The final version seems to be the most powerful full overclocking process, and it is called the EVO 8GB OC version.

We can't ignore some of the ASUS management bugs; some people may forget to add the "super" mark, simply suggesting NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 super GPU. However, these cards are already on the market, why do you need to register again? On the contrary, Asus' decline may be the first sign that Nvidia plans to upgrade the RTX 2060 by increasing the memory from 6GB to 8GB. Asus may be the first manufacturer to get cats out of trouble. The existence of

RTX 2060 Super immediately puts the value of doing so into question. It has actually been used as a revised version of 2060, adding VRAM and a better GPU as its core.

Another option may be that NVIDIA hopes to achieve parity with the RX 5700 in order to counter AMD and boost sales. When expanding to the RX 5700, adding these additional 2GB will increase the value proposition of the RTX 2060. The bottom line of

is that it is not yet clear what these mysterious 8GB ROG Strix GeForce RTX 2060 EVO GPUs are or which card they might replace.

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