NVIDIA has finally launched the long-awaited GeForce RTX 4060 series to allow everyone to dive into the power of Ada Lovelace and all the associated RTX techs exclusive to it.
Designed mainly for 1080p gaming, the raw performance of the RTX 4060 Ti is roughly 1.6x higher than RTX 3060 Ti. With 2 different models of 8GB and 16GB VRAM, one can choose according to their usage depending on whether they enjoy the latest and greatest AAA games that can easily take up to 12GB. On the other hand, the RTX 4060 has only 1 model and it hosts only 8GB VRAM as well.
The generational improvement in ray-tracing can also be found on these cards like the Shader Execution Reordering, cutting-edge Opacity Micromap, and Displaced Micro-Mesh Engines. Adding the icing on the cake is DLSS 3 – Team Green’s most advanced Frame Generation algorithm to date, to give you extra smooth gameplay as well Reflex to cut down those latencies.
The GPUs are also ready for the NVIDIA Studio platform dedicated to creators and also NVIDIA Broadcast which provides a range of useful features for streamers to take it to the next level. Video editors may also enjoy the 8th-generation NVENC for shortened rendering time while support for AV1 encoding and decoding means high-quality video streams even with low bandwidth.
Here’s a quick rundown of the specifications.
SRP and Availability
So much do you need to grab one of these 4060 or 4060 Ti cards? Well, here’s the official price and what do you know? There’s one that you can get as close as next week!
- RTX 4060 Ti 16GB – From $499, available July onwards
- RTX 4060 Ti 8GB – From $399, available May 24
- RTX 4060 8GB – From $299, available July onwards
AIB partners should follow the official schedule and release their own models accordingly as well, including ASUS, Colorful, Gainward, GALAX, GIGABYTE, INNO3D, KFA2, MSI, Palit, PNY, and ZOTAC.