The RTX 2060 graphics card has been fitted with a Turing GPU based on 12nm FinFet architecture, and with almost 11 billion transistors, the board is populated with GDDR6 memory from Micron (not Samsung) and thus ahs 8GB of it. Below you can see the backside, covered with a backplate with some gaps to vent, the PCB is really small and extending is the actual cooler, the card reaches temperatures close to a 65 Degrees C range in our testing and remains at a silent acoustic noise level. The card has a ~175 Watt rated TDP, 75 Watts is delivered through the PCIe slot, 75-watts with a 6-pin header and then 1x150 Watts capacity feeds in through the 8-pin PEG (PCI Express Graphics) power connector.
Mind you that ASUS offers a rear side has fitted with FAN headers, attach fans there and they will follow the graphics card fan RPM. You can also select the silent mode though BIOS, which indeed is really silent. This will make the temps rise a bit, but at little to no cost to performance. We'll show you that in the temperature segment, of course. Hate RGB? There's a physical on/off switch.