The 4060 Ti matches the 3060 Ti in terms of VRAM and price. Will you buy one?
In case you missed it, it’s official: NVIDIA is releasing the GeForce RTX 4060 and GeForce RTX 4060 Ti GPUs. You may have read a few rumors (especially if you follow websites about video cards with a Z), but this isn’t a rumor, it’s real life. Unless it’s AI. (Off topic, but I’m still not sure if I’m still looking at the REAL Jensen. Could be CGI – fully traced path, of course.)
What was announced, exactly? Three GPUs. Well, two GPUs, one of which has two memory configurations. Here is the rundown:
- The GeForce RTX 4060 Ti 8GB, available starting Wednesday, May 24, for $399
- The GeForce RTX 4060 Ti 16GB version, available in July, starts at $499.
- The GeForce RTX 4060, available in July, starts at $299
The last entry in the list above might be the most interesting (aside from the fact that yes, there will be a 16GB version of the RTX 4060 Ti after all). NVIDIA offering its RTX 4060 for $299 means that more than 4 years after the launch of the RTX 2060 at $349, and more than 2 years after the RTX 3060’s (theoretical) $329 launch price, the price of a card xx60 keeps decreasing. It’s not huge, but it’s significant in a market where everything costs more than it did just a couple of years ago and graphics cards have become luxury items to some extent.