Palit RTX 4060 Ti GPU Unveiled: 8GB Memory, 128-bit Bus

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A Russian retail listing has unveiled Palit's highly anticipated RTX 4060 Ti graphics card series, boasting 8GB VRAM and a 128-bit memory bus. 

The series is predicted to feature four models, based on Dual and StormX designs. These mid-tier GPUs are expected to sport dual fans, with the StormX design marking the first of the Ada Lovelace series. While specifications and configurations have only emerged through leaks, NVIDIA is speculated to release the RTX 4060 Ti GPU series later this month at a starting price of $450 USD (excluding VAT).

Palit previously showcased a Dual SKU with the RTX 4070 SKU, and it appears both Dual and StormX designs will be offered in standard and overclocked versions. All models will possess the same 8GB VRAM allocation and 128-bit memory interface. NVIDIA is anticipated to launch the RTX 4060 Ti SKU by the end of this month.

The GPU is set to feature the AD106-350 GPU with 4,352 CUDA cores, potentially delivering a boost clock of up to 2.5 GHz in its reference form. Factory-overclocked SKUs have also been verified. The Russian retail leak confirms that Palit will have at least two OC models.

While Palit's Dual cooler design is currently available on RTX 4070-based models, the StormX cooling solution has not yet been implemented on any 40 series cards. The upcoming RTX 4060 Ti GPUs will be the first to showcase a compact StormX shroud, heatsink, and fan assembly.

Palit RTX 4060 Ti GPU Unveiled: 8GB Memory, 128-bit Bus

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