RTX 2060 Gaming OC Pro 6G Overview
Taking a first look at the card the overall design is what we’ve seen from Gigabyte in their other RTX series graphics cards. So we have a black shroud with a couple grey accents as well as black fans. This is actually one of the longer RTX 2060’s we’ve seen with a length of 280.35 mm.
Gigabyte is making use of their WindForce 3X cooling system on this card. This cooling system is made up of three 80 mm unique blade, alternate spinning fans, a large heatsink stack with four large copper heatpipes, and even a metal heatsink for the VRAM and MOSFETs.
Looking at the card from the side we can see this is a dual-slot card. Right in the center there is a Gigabye logo, which will light up with RGB lighting when you power your system on. Towards the end of the card is a single 8-pin PCI-Express power connection.
Flipping the card over to the back we have a full-cover metal backplate. Right in the center we have the Gigabyte logo. Here we can see that the PCB of the card is actually full-length as well. For those wondering this card uses a 6+2 power phase design (compared to the reference 4+2).
As far as output connections on the card there are three DisplayPort 1.4 and a single HDMI 2.0b. As we mentioned in our other RTX 2060 reviews you are unlikely to find VirtualLink ports on these cards.