The imminent release of NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 4060 Ti and RTX 4060 graphics cards, outfitted with a standard 8 GB memory, has been unveiled through the accidental leak of MSI's upcoming gaming desktop listings.
Slated for launch in May 2023, these GPUs are expected to be integral components of the MSI MAG Infinite S3 gaming setup.
The MSI MAG Infinite S3 gaming rig, while not catering to enthusiast-tier players, will nonetheless deliver formidable performance with its mid-range RTX X060/X070-class GPUs. Moreover, it will offer a variety of CPU choices, from Intel Core i5-13400F to i7-13700F. The standard specifications also include 16 GB of primary memory (comprised of two 8 GB modules) and a 1 TB SSD.
The revealing details about the soon-to-launch GPUs have been picked up by several retailers, though the pricing details remain a mystery. The RTX 4060 series is speculated to utilize the "AD106" silicon chip and the "Ada" graphics architecture, prioritizing large on-die caches over discrete memory bandwidth.
The confirmation of the 8 GB memory size indicates a 128-bit memory interface for the upcoming GPUs. It's worth noting that this is a step down from the existing RTX 3060, which features 12 GB of GDDR6 memory utilizing a 192-bit memory bus.