According to Neowin, right after Nvidia’s GPU was released, PCMarket (Hong Kong) media company had access to and experienced the RTX 2060 12GB variant of the Zotac Twin Edge graphics card. The test results show that gamers have reason to be concerned with the new GPU, which is exactly the opposite of cryptocurrency miners.
Zotac Twin Edge Based on Nvidia’s RTX 2060 12GB GPU
The report shows that the 12GB RTX 2060 seems to be doing very well in mining and seems to be the most efficient GPU among other similarly priced graphics cards. The Zotac Twin Edge graphics card demonstrated an efficiency of 379.33kH/J as it was able to mine with a hash rate of 31.65 MH/s by consuming 83.44W of power. Of course, 12GB of VRAM is also something that cryptocurrency miners appreciate.
For the gaming sector, the graphics card from Zotac also performs well at what users expect. However, thanks to its 12GB framebuffer, the card can impress in extremely VRAM demanding situations. For example, in Far Cry 6, when all settings are on, i.e. 4K clarity, the card can produce impressive performance.
In case you already own a 12GB RTX 2060, users should download the GeForce 497.09 WHQL display driver that Nvidia released not long ago for the best possible experience.