Nvidia has launched the new GeForce RTX 4060 and 4060 Ti; here are its price, specs and availability

With the introduction of the RTX 4060 and RTX 4060 Ti, Nvidia is continuing its consistent pace of releasing RTX 40 cards. These cards are the lowest-end 40 series cards Nvidia has yet to release, expanding the 40 series to include the $300 to $500 price range. Given that the RTX 4070, which costs $600, was previously the least expensive member of the family, it significantly improves Nvidia's most recent generation of graphics cards and lowers their price.


Nvidia is adding the GeForce RTX 4060 Ti and RTX 4060 GPUs to its 40-series GPU lineup just one month after the RTX 4070 GPU was introduced. These GPUs are mass-produced and will meet the requirements of the majority of gamers, offering reliable 1080p performance at reasonable costs. So let's examine every detail.


There will be two versions of the mid-range RTX 4060 Ti GPU from Nvidia, one with 8GB GDDR6 VRAM and the other with 16GB GDDR6 VRAM, with that being the only distinction between the two SKUs. The remaining requirements, which are given below, don't change.

Contrary to earlier rumors, the RTX 4060 Ti's 16 GB variant won't have a greater TGP than its 8 GB counterpart. The maximum power output of both graphics cards is 160 W, which is 40 W less than the RTX 3060 Ti. All RTX 4060 Ti variations will also use GDDR6 VRAM that runs at 18 Gbps on a 128-bit bus. The RTX 4060 Ti will therefore provide 288 GB/s of memory bandwidth.


The 8 GB VRAM version of the RTX 4060 Ti series will debut on May 24. The 16 GB model, in comparison, is not expected to ship until July, possibly along with the RTX 4060. NVIDIA will launch the RTX 4060 Ti for US$399 with 8 GB of VRAM, US$200 less than the RTX 4070 and US$400 less than the RTX 4070 Ti. In comparison, the 16 GB variant will be available for US$499, equidistant between the cheaper RTX 4060 Ti and the more performant RTX 4070.

The newest midrange cards from Nvidia are marginally better than what the RTX 30 series currently offers, which is better than nothing. With the introduction of a new graphics card, we used to be treated to at least 30% higher performance at a specific price point, but those times are long gone.


Like with every single RTX 40 card, Nvidia argues that DLSS 3 will make up for the lack of sheer power we'd anticipate from a completely new generation of GPUs. There are fewer than 50 games with DLSS 3 right now, despite the fact that it is impossible to predict how things will develop in the future.

The Nvidia GeForce RTX 4060 Ti 8GB will be available on May 24th in a Founders Edition and through various board partners. The RTX 4060 Ti 16GB and RTX 4060 will launch in July, only available from third-party partners.