When Nvidia launched its new RTX 2080 Super and RTX 2070 Super gaming laptops, along with an improved Max-Q design, it also made a promise to get RTX 2060 laptops out there for $999 (£999). That isn’t a lot of money for a complete system, and you’d be pretty hard pushed to produce a desktop machine for that sort of money (it isn’t impossible, but it would be tight, especially as you’d have to include a screen in that price too). 

But $999 is a critical price point, as it makes it an appealing option for people that may not realise that you can have a good gaming experience for that sort of money. Especially as that nets you a machine capable of running ray tracing titles such as Battlefield 5, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Metro Exodus, and Control. You’ll have to play with the settings to get smooth frame rates with an RTX 2060, but it’s definitely possible, and normal non-RTX games will run absolutely fine on this GPU at 1080p on high-fidelity settings.

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