Nvidia Unveils GeForce RTX 4060 Ti GPU

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Nvidia has just announced the latest video card in the Ada Lovelace family, the GeForce RTX 4060 and RTX 4060 Ti. Starting May 24th, the RTX 4060 Ti 8GB model will become available with an MSRP of just $399. Two other models are expected to launch in July, a 16GB version ( $499+) and a base model RTX 4060 (non-Ti) with a starting price of only $299. All three models will include Nvidia’s 3rd-generation ray tracing and DLSS3 rendering. Additional links and details are included in the press release below.

Nvidia Unveils GeForce RTX 4060 Ti

Nvidia GeForce RTX 4060 Ti
Nvidia GeForce RTX 4060 Ti

NVIDIA today announced the GeForce RTX™ 4060 family of GPUs, with two graphics cards that deliver all the advancements of the NVIDIA® Ada Lovelace architecture — including DLSS 3 neural rendering and third-generation ray-tracing technologies at high frame rates — starting at just $299.

The GeForce RTX 4060 Ti and GeForce RTX 4060 deliver unparalleled performance at fantastic value — bringing for the first time to the company’s popular 60-class twice the horsepower of the latest gaming consoles, including ray tracing for premium image quality on top games.

“The RTX 4060 family delivers PC gamers both great value and great performance at 1080p, whether they’re building a gaming battle box or an AI-assisted creation station,” said Matt Wuebbling, vice president of global GeForce marketing at NVIDIA. “These GPUs deliver an incredible upgrade, starting at just $299, putting Ada Lovelace and DLSS 3 in the hands of millions more worldwide.”

Nvidia GeForce RTX 4060 Ti
Nvidia GeForce RTX 4060 Ti

DLSS Brings AI-Accelerated Performance to 300+ Titles
The GeForce RTX 4060 family provides access to the 300+ games and applications that now support DLSS, with eagerly anticipated titles The Lord of the Rings: Gollum and Diablo IV to include DLSS 3. A DLSS 3 plug-in for Unreal Engine 5 is also coming soon.

DLSS 3 showcases the growing importance of AI in real-time games by creating new, high-quality frames for smoother gameplay. It massively increases performance in combination with DLSS Super Resolution, which uses AI to output higher-resolution frames from a lower-resolution input. Exceptional responsiveness is maintained through NVIDIA Reflex, which reduces input lag.

The Ultimate Graphics Cards for 1080p Gaming
The GeForce RTX 4060 Ti is on average 2.6x faster than the RTX 2060 SUPER GPU and 1.7x faster than the GeForce RTX 3060 Ti GPU. For titles without frame generation, the RTX 4060 Ti is 1.6x faster than the RTX 2060 SUPER GPU.

The RTX 4060 Ti’s memory subsystem features 32MB of L2 cache and 8GB or 16GB of ultra-high-speed GDDR6 memory. The RTX 4060 has 24MB of L2 cache with 8GB of GDDR6. The L2 cache reduces demands on the GPU’s memory interface, ultimately improving performance and power efficiency.

Ray tracing performance has improved significantly from the previous generation, thanks to advancements like Shader Execution Reordering, cutting-edge Opacity Micromap and Displaced Micro-Mesh Engines. These innovations enable even the most demanding games to simultaneously implement multiple ray-tracing effects, and even full ray tracing, also known as path tracing, for unparalleled realism and immersion.

Perfect for Content Creators
The GeForce RTX 4060 family of GPUs comes backed by the NVIDIA Studio platform, which brings creators RTX acceleration and AI tools at a more accessible starting price. Serving livestreamers, video editors, 3D artists and others, the platform supercharges over 110 creative apps, provides lasting stability with NVIDIA Studio Drivers and includes a powerful suite of AI-powered Studio software, such as NVIDIA Omniverse™, Canvas and Broadcast.

Creators of many disciplines can benefit from new fourth-generation Tensor Cores, which provide a significant performance increase for AI tools compared with the last generation. Accelerated AI features allow creators to automate tedious tasks and apply advanced effects with ease.

3D modelers rendering high-resolution, ray-traced scenes can expect up to 45% faster performance than with the previous-generation GeForce RTX 3060 family. Adding AI-powered DLSS 3 — including within Omniverse, a hub for interconnecting existing 3D workflows to replace linear pipelines with live-sync creation and real-time collaboration — greatly accelerates the viewport in real-time 3D rendering applications, enabling a more fluid editing experience with full lighting, materials and physics.

Broadcasters can use the eighth-generation NVIDIA video encoder, called NVENC, with best-in-class AV1 hardware encoding, and benefit from 40% better encoding efficiency. Livestreams will appear as if bitrate was increased by 40% — a big boost in image quality for popular broadcast apps like OBS Studio. Broadcasters can also benefit from NVIDIA Broadcast and its set of AI effects that improve microphones and webcams, turning rooms into home studios.

Video editors can benefit from a host of AI tools like auto-reframe, smart object selection and depth estimation, now available in top applications such as Adobe Premiere Pro and DaVinci Resolve, and export in AV1 for reduced file sizes.

Nvidia GeForce RTX 4060 Ti
Nvidia GeForce RTX 4060 Ti

GeForce RTX Offers a Graphics Card for Every Kind of User
With this latest launch, the GeForce RTX 40 Series now has an option for every resolution and every user.

NVIDIA will celebrate the 4060 family’s launch with 100 streamers, and give away 460 of the new cards to members of the gaming community as part of its “Summer of RTX” event. Learn more on the sweepstakes webpage.

Availability
The GeForce RTX 4060 Ti 8GB will be available starting Wednesday, May 24, at $399. The GeForce RTX 4060 Ti 16GB version will be available in July, starting at $499. GeForce RTX 4060 will also be available in July, starting at $299.

An NVIDIA Founders Edition design of the GeForce RTX 4060 Ti 8GB will be available directly from NVIDIA.com and select retailers. Custom boards for the entire RTX 4060 family, including stock-clocked and factory-overclocked models, will be available from top add-in card providers such as ASUS, Colorful, Gainward, GALAX, GIGABYTE, INNO3D, KFA2, MSI, Palit, PNY and ZOTAC, as well as from gaming system integrators and builders worldwide.

-John Nester (Blaylock)

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Wish they would release a 4070 Ti with 16GB... :unsure:

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From reviews I've read so far, performance vs 3060ti is at most 10% and sometimes worse than the 3060ti at higher resolution

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A regular RTX3070 is a bit faster, so it leaves mixed feelings. RTX4070 is 30-35% faster than the RTX4060Ti 8GB (looking at some reviews), and it's only one step higher card (so far, as there will be 16GB). It feels like something is clearly missing here, and I highly doubt that the 16GB version of the RTX4060Ti will fill this gap.
Somehow I'm happy I decided on the RTX4070 FE a while ago.

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Wish they would release a 4070 Ti with 16GB... :unsure:

Problem is the AD104 used has 192-bit memory interface. To go to 16GB means dropping that to 128-bit, and some already complain it could use more bandwidth at higher resolutions. They'd instead have to move to a cut down AD103 with 256-bit interface. At that point, it is closer to a 4080 than a 4070 Ti, and the gap between them in both price and performance I'm not sure is one that needs plugging. Not impossible, but don't hold your breath for it.

And going back to topic, the 3060 Ti is in a bit of an odd position. My gut feel is they should have lead with the non-Ti as that's the one that would sell more. As it is, they left the door open for AMD in the low end as far as current gen goes.

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Naturally I'd be interested to see the RTX 4060 Ti folding@home PPD yield, but so far nothing listed on folding.lar.systems

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Naturally I'd be interested to see the RTX 4060 Ti folding@home PPD yield, but so far nothing listed on folding.lar.systems

That was tested in our review a few weeks back. :)

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Naturally I'd be interested to see the RTX 4060 Ti folding@home PPD yield, but so far nothing listed on folding.lar.systems

Finally showed up on lar.systems: folding.lar.systems/gpu_ppd/geforce_rtx_4060_ti 4,572,196 PPD, I had guessed from ED's F@H screeny perhaps in the 2.5M PPD range.

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Finally showed up on lar.systems: folding.lar.systems/gpu_ppd/geforce_rtx_4060_ti 4,572,196 PPD, I had guessed from ED's F@H screeny perhaps in the 2.5M PPD range.

Sorry, I didn't have time to run for days, but a straight 24 hours is clearly in the 4M+ range from that image (and it was mentioned in the text). :)

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waiting for the 4060Ti refresh with GDDR6x.. :D

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