The AD106 GPU, which features 4352 CUDA cores and 32MB L2 cache, is embedded within the graphics cards, yielding a substantial graphic processing ability with a shading performance reaching 22Tflops. These GPUs possess a memory bandwidth of 288GB/s. The RTX 4060 Ti has a total board power of 160W, with a general consumption ranging between 120-140W during gameplay.
The design incorporates dual-slot thickness and dual fans, marking a significant enhancement to a system. The GeForce RTX 4060 is another model introduced by Nvidia, featuring the AD107 GPU with 3072 CUDA cores and 24MB L2 cache. This version contains 8GB of memory and can attain a memory bandwidth of up to 272GB/s. Nvidia reports that the RTX 4060 performs 20 percent faster than the existing RTX 3060, excluding Frame Generation.
Despite adhering to PCIe Gen 5 standards, the GeForce RTX 4060 series employs a PCIe Gen 4.0 x8 host interface. The GeForce RTX 4060 Ti model comes with 8GB of GDDR6 memory and employs a broad 128-bit memory bus. It's advisable to use a minimum 500W power supply for operating this graphics card, even though the actual power consumption of the Founder Edition card is roughly 160W at peak. Board partners are given leeway regarding TGP allowance, which could lead to increased wattage in their specific models.
The GeForce RTX 4060 Ti, equipped with 8GB of memory, is set to launch on May 24th and is priced at $399( USD, excluding VAT). The 16GB memory version of the RTX 4060 Ti is scheduled to be released in July, with a retail price suggestion of $499 (USD, excluding VAT). The RTX 4060 is also slated for a July release, with Nvidia setting its price at $299 (USD, excluding VAT).