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NVIDIA announced the GeForce RTX 4060 series

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NVIDIA has today revealed multiple models of the GeForce RTX 4060. One model launches soon, the others months later in July. NVIDIA are positioning these cards as the "Ultimate Graphics Cards for 1080p Gaming".

The only model actually launching soon is the GeForce RTX 4060 Ti (8GB) which hits retail on May 24th for $399 / £389. They're also launching the GeForce RTX 4060 Ti (16GB) in July for $499 / £479 and then the plain GeForce RTX 4060 also in July for $299 / £289. They also plan to have a Founders Edition of the GeForce RTX 4060 Ti 8GB direct from their store.

Here's the main comparison now between the models:

GeForce RTX 4090

GeForce RTX 4080

GeForce RTX 4070 Ti

GeForce RTX 4070

GeForce RTX 4060 Ti

GeForce RTX 4060








Boost Clock (GHz)







Memory Size

24 GB

16 GB

12 GB

12 GB

16 GB or 8 GB

8 GB

Memory Type







Memory Interface Width 384-bit 256-bit 192-bit 192-bit 128-bit 128-bit
Average Gaming Power (W) 315 251 226 186 140 110
Total Graphics Power (W) 450 320 285 200 165 or 160 115
Required System Power (W) 850 750 700 650 550 550
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At some point I really need to find an upgrade for my now ageing 2080 Ti…

Do any of you plan to pick up one of the 4060 series?

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SethM May 18
I've been loving the later AMD graphics cards, way better performance on Linux when compared to their NVIDIA counterparts (not that NVIDIA cards dont work very well these days).

Also AMD seems a lot more commited to Linux and open-source than NVIDIA, so ATM at least I would rather support them.
I've been running a 3060 RTX for the past 18 months, and it's been working well for me. I don't expect to be upgrading for two more years, at least.

But, when I do, I'm going to looking at AMD cards next time, for the reasons SethM gives above.
Julius May 18
The 16gb Ti version might be cost effective for AI stuff like Stable Diffusion 🤔
HxE May 18
I have nvidia rtx 2070s for now, but there is a really low chance of me buying nvidia gpu again in the future. lack of feature support (while amd backports new features to every possible old gpu they can), atrocious software (geforce experience mandatory login and shitload of telemetry), bad linux support, no rebar on realtively new GPUs, it is just a middle finger to a customer every time. sure back in 2019 rtx gpus were a novelty, and quite good one, but nvidia gpus are totally not future proof, and if you don't swap your gpu every two years, you better stay away from nvidia
whatever May 18
$400 for 8GB in 2023? ouch!
Termy May 18
So basically they are launching the more or less already obsolete one now, hope for enough stupid folks to buy that and release the one with enough memory to not be immediately obsolete a few months later to get the money of the slightly less stupid folks...
Oh Nvidia...
mrdeathjr May 18
Hardware and price offered are......................................

However at least this card inspire me trust only see it (thanks colorfull for your rtx 4060 design)

because in your logo she said to you GAME OVER nothing more real for rtx 4060

Last edited by mrdeathjr on 18 May 2023 at 5:18 pm UTC
citral May 18
Terrible value. Atrocious. Just gtfo nvidia.
RedWare64 May 18
Quoting: whatever$400 for 8GB in 2023? ouch!
And it's a 50 class card pretending to be a 60 class card.
johndoe86x May 19
Quoting: whatever$400 for 8GB in 2023? ouch!
Looks at RX 480 8GB from 2016...

Last edited by johndoe86x on 19 May 2023 at 12:36 pm UTC
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