The Man of Steel isn’t the Only Cool thing with Super in the Name!

Some people out there believe that if something costs more than its previous version, that it’s the only one you should buy, but sometimes the less expensive version can get the job done. That’s where the Nvidia RTX 2070 Super comes along.

The 2070 Super can process up to 14 Gbps, has a standard memory configuration of 8 GB GDDR6, a memory interface width of 256 bits, and an amazing 448 GB/sec bandwidth for memory. It also has a standard base clock at 1605 MHz and a boost clock that can go up to 1770 MHz. This machine was built to take on 4k displays, and leave nothing but beauty and awe in its wake.

The 2070 Super also supports ray tracing cores, tensor cores, NVIDIA DLSS, and Adaptive Shading, compatible with NVIDIA GeForce Experience and a bunch of other goodies from NVIDIA. This GPU has multiple ports including Display Port, HDMI, and DVI-DL.

The highlight of this device is that it can do a lot of what is needed that the latest GPUs from NVIDIA can do for a bit less and isn’t very big compared to some of the other NVIDIA GPUs. That not only gives you an awesome experience on your custom built gaming PC, but also lets you keep a little more money in the bank for something like a new monitor to go with it. It measures in at a height of 4.556 in, 10.5 in long, and a width of only two slots.