Gigabyte RTX 2060 Gaming OC Pro GPU Review

System Configuration & Software

The hardware used to benchmark the Gigabyte RTX 2060 Gaming OC Pro is:

  • Gigabyte AORUS Pro Motherboard
  • Intel 9900K Processor @ Stock
  • 2 x 8GB Team Group Vulcan TUF Ram @ 3200MHz
  • Crucial P1000 M.2 NVMe
  • Corsair H115i Platinum AIO Cooler
  • Corsair HX750 PSU
  • Open Benchtable
  • Microsoft Windows 10

The motherboard’s BIOS has been reset to default settings with the exception of enabling XMP of our ram.

AORUS Engine

To get the absolute most performance out of your RTX 2060 Gaming OC Pro, Gigabyte has included the AORUS Engine overclocking software. Using AORUS Engine, you’re able to manually adjust the GPU boost, memory clock, GPU voltage, fan speed, power target, and target temperature.

If you’re not comfortable dialing in your own overclock, AORUS Engine has an OC Scanner. The OC Scanner will go run through multiple frequencies for a given voltage to try and find the best OC for your specific card.

While dialing in an overclock, it is important to monitor temperatures and clocks when testing a given profile. Conveniently, AORUS Engine has included a monitor table which helps you keep an eye on GPU clock, memory clock, and GPU temperature to name a few.

RGBFusion 2.0

To the RGB LEDs on the RTX 2060 Gaming OC Pro or any other compatible hardware, you can do so with Gigabyte’s RGB Fusion 2.0. From here can apply a variety of preconfigured effects which include:

  • Static – A single lit color
  • Pulse – A single color fading in and out
  • Flash – Flashes a single color
  • Double Flash – Double flashes a single color
  • Color Cycle – Cycles through all the colors of the rainbow
  • Off – Turns of the RGB LEDs

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