Palit GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER GamingPro Premium
We review the Palit GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER GamingPro Premium edition. Based on a Turing TU104 chip NVIDIA has launched these graphics cards have got that Super tag, as in super-charged. Palit beefed up that GPU with a handsome tweak and new three fan cooler. Wanna check out how it performs?
Ah yes, NVIDIA RTX 2060, 2070 2080 Super and 2080 Ti. People had been very interested and were warmed up for DLSS (Tensor) and the ability to play Battlefield V in that hybrid Raytraced way. NVIDIA initiated massive internet virals to gain media coverage. But then it all kinda exploded in their face as end-users looked the other way when they learned about the very steep price level. There is no audience more critical than a PC Gamer, and when they have to pay a large sum of money for visual differences that are often hard to spot and cost a lot of FPS, you bet that can (and did) backfire. None the less, NVIDIA chose a direction that in my opinion was the right course to follow, and something they cannot back away from. So what to do in the meantime to satisfy the budget-conscious PC gamer? Well, with the help of the RT and Tensor-less GTX 1650, 1660 and 1660 Ti NVIDIA got the noses of many gamers pointed in the right direction again. However, graphics cards anno 2019 has become seriously expensive, that fact alone and all by itself is increasingly endangering the GPU related industry, as to why pay 500 to 1000 bucks for just a graphics card when you can buy a complete console for less? That is the core and rudimental essence of the root problem that NVIDIA and AMD are fighting right now. None the less, a few weeks ago, NVIDIA started teasing a new Super series, which we still like to refer to as a supercharged product. With AMD’s NAVI based Radeon RX 5700 series coming out of the closet soon, NVIDIA figured that it was important enough to release a new series smack down in the middle of vacation time, the summer.
GeForce RTX 2070 Super
The Super RTX model 2070 offers a notch more compared the the ‘normal’ model. This graphics card has 2560 activated shader processors for the Super version (that value was 2304 on the RTX 2070). It has a 1770 MHz boost clock for the founder’s version. This card has also been fitted with 14 Gbps GDDR6 memory, 8GB of it. You will have noticed that both cards make use of the same GPU, they are just configured differently. The TU104 silicon in use offers over 13 Billion transistors. NVIDIA is making use of the very same cooler, however with a Super logo on top of it. Both founders cards offer one HDMI port and multiple DisplayPort outputs, a DVI connector is included for the 2060 model only. You will also see the Virtual Link (USB) connector on the 2070 and 2080 Super. This product (founders edition) will be priced at that 499 USD price bracket.
PALIT goes SUPER GamingPro Premium
The 2070 SUPER series graphics cards are based on Turing architecture, offering that fundamental shading engine paired with RT and Tensor cores. Our tested card has been fitted with 8GB of GDDR6 memory running a 256-bit wide bus. MSI will offer several SKUs, in the above table you can see the naming, cooling option and listed Boost clocks for your reference. The card comes fitted with two PEG (PCI Express Graphics) power headers (8-pin). Palit applies their latest iteration of the GP cooler for the card which makes use of three and which combine the advantages of both traditional and dispersion fan blades to generate huge amounts of airflow. Updated trims and the sheer cooling (radiator) area make sure that this design will also be reducing noise. The Jetstream edition has been designed with budget in mind and is merely a few tenners more expensive over reference designs. It’s an attractive product with good cooling and acoustic performance.
|GeForce Founder||RTX 2070S Palit||RTX 2070 Super||RTX 2070 FE||RTX 2060 Super||RTX 2060 FE|
|Boost frequency||1815 MHz||1770 MHz||1710 MHz||1650 MHz||1680 MHz|
|Memory||8GB GDDR6||8GB GDDR6||8GB GDDR6||8GB GDDR6||6GB GDDR6|
|Memory frequency||14 Gbps||14 Gbps||14 Gbps||14 Gbps||14 Gbps|
The card offers one HDMI port and three DisplayPorts. There is no DVI and/or Virtual link (USB) connector. This Turing GPU empowered product keeps that GPU at roughly 70 Degrees C marker depending on game load whilst remaining virtually silent. The GDDR6 memory runs an effective 14 Gbps, the card runs a slightly enhanced 1815 MHz boost clock. Have a peek and let’s head on over, into the review.