RTX 2060 Super, 2070 Super and 2080 Super Announced; Price and Specs Revealed

The RTX Super cards are finally here and we now have the technical specs and the pricing for the RTX 2060 Super and the RTX 2070 Super.


The RTX Super line-up was touted to see an increase in core counts and an increase in base clock speeds and that certainly seems to be the case. So let’s take a look at the RTX Super Tech Specs and how they line-up with their regular version.

The RTX 2070s

RTX 2070 Super RTX 2070
GPU Clock 1410 MHz 1605Mhz
Boost Clock 1620 MHz 1770Mhz
Memory Clock 7000 MHz 7000Mhz
  14 Gbps 14 Gbps
Memory Size 8 GB GDDR6 8GB GDDR6
Memory Bus 256 bit 256 bit
Bandwidth 448.0 GB/s 448.0 GB/s
Cude Cores 2304 2560
Tensor Cores 288 320
L2 Cache 4 MB 4 MB
TDP 175 W 215 W
Outputs 1x DVI
2x DisplayPort 3x DisplayPort
1x USB Type-C 1x USB Type-C
Power Connectors 1x 8-pin 1x 6-pin and 1x 8-pin

Starting with the 2070 Super, the card sees an increase in the base clock speeds going from the 2070’s 1410Mhz to 1605Mhz. This is almost as much as the boost clock of the regular RTX 2070 which is 1620Mhz. In comparison, the RTX 2070 boosts to 1770Mhz.

CUDA Cores have increased from 2304 to 2560 while Tensor cores are up too, from 288 to 320. All this comes with a somewhat big increase in TDP as the TDP for the Super card is 215W which is 40W more than the regular 2070. At launch the RTX 2070 FE costed Rs 52,500 in comparison the RTX 2070 Super will cost Rs 43,600 including taxes.

The RTX 2060s

RTX 2060 Super RTX 2060
GPU Clock 1365 Mhz 1470 Mhz
Boost Clock 1680 Mhz 1650 Mhz
Memory Clock 7000Mhz 7000 Mhz
14Gbps 14 Gbps
Memory Size 6GB GDDR6 8GB GDDR6
Memory Bus 192 Bit 256 Bit
Bandwidth 336.0 GB/s 448 GB/s
Cude Cores 1920 2176
Tensor Cores 240 272
L2 Cache 3MB 4MB
TDP 160W 175W
Outputs 1x DVI 1x DVI
2x DisplayPort 2x DisplayPort
1x USB Type-C 1x USB Type-C
Power Connectors 1x 8-pin 1x 8-pin

The RTX 2060 Super has a similar increase, with the CUDA cores bumped up to 2176 from the 2060’s 1920. It goes from 1365Mhz to 1470Mhz on the base clock. The most welcome change here is an increase in VRAM from 6GB to 8GB. This is something that everyone wanted from the 2060 and it’s good to see the 2060 Super make that jump to 8GB.

We also see an increase in memory bandwidth as we go from 336 GB/s to 448 GB/s. The improved hardware comes at a power cost as the TDP is now 175W which is a 15W increase from 160W.

The RTX 2060 was available at a price point of Rs 31,000. Meanwhile, the RTX 2060 launches at Rs 34,890 including taxes.

The RTX 2080 Super has also been announced and Nvidia claims that it is faster than the Titan Xp. The RTX 2080 Super is set to be an upgraded version of the RTX 2080 but will not be more powerful than the RTX 2080 Ti which still sits on the top as the best gaming GPU. The RTX 2080 Super will cost Rs 61,490 including taxes.

The RTX Super line-up is a very interesting line-up of cards. The teasers started coming in soon after AMD revealed their Navi GPUs, which honestly shouldn’t be a surprise. I mean, right after the red team announced the Vega cards, NVIDIA was quick to launch the 1070ti to make sure the competition doesn’t get ahead.

The idea behind the super cards seem to be fundamentally the same. Not only do they offer better performance than the base cards, but they might also lead to a price drop for the existing RTX line up as Nvidia has not officially reduced prices and have said it will depend on the board partners which might make them look more lucrative in the face of AMD’s upcoming Navi cards. 

Now, all we need to see is how much of a price drop the base RTX cards will get, and how AMD plans to respond to the Super line-up. Our complete review of the RTX 2070 super will be out soon, so make sure you subscribe to TechFix, our Youtube channel, and stay tuned. The RTX 2070 Super will cost Rs 43,600 including tax at launch while the RTX 2060 Super will cost Rs 34,990 including taxes at launch. These will be available from 9th July onwards. Meanwhile, the RTX 2080 Super will cost Rs 61,400 including taxes and will be available from 23rd July.

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