HWiNFO has confirmed the GeForce RTX 2060 in its database and many sources seem to have started to list their possible final specifications. It will be placed in the middle segment of NVIDIA and could be equipped with a small number of RT and tenors cores.
However, there is still no confirmation and there remain basically at least two streams: one that says that the graphics card will be called GTX 2060 and will be equipped with only 192 tuner cores, and another that ensures that it will be called RTX 2060 and that it will have between 18 and 26 RT cores.
With many efforts focused on raytracing, NVIDIA’s RTX-GTX 2060 will be one of its most important graphics cards in terms of price and range, so maintaining support for raytracing and DLSS could be a good idea, as it would help NVIDIA to promote it as a breakthrough over the latest generation (6GB GTX 1060).
And like the rest of its specifications, it will feature the TU106 graphics core, which adds 1,536 shaders, 96 TMUs, 48 ROPs, 192-bit bus, and 6GB of GDDR6 memory (at 12GHz or 14GHz). It should have a TDP of 150 watts or less.
Some first leaks showed that the RTX 2060 would be slightly more powerful than the GTX 1080, but based on the latest data and possible specifications, it’s more likely to be at the level of a GTX 1070.