European retailers have already initiated the listing of the RTX 4060 non-Ti graphics card last week, with prices going up to €499. However, these initial offers may not accurately represent the final pricing, which is expected to be confirmed later this week. In contrast, Newegg, known for listing new cards ahead of time, usually maintains consistent prices until the launch.
The introduction of the RTX 4060 at an MSRP of $299 signifies the beginning of its launch, along with the debut of factory-overclocked models priced higher than that in the US. MSI has three cards prepared for the upcoming launch on Thursday. The Ventus 2X Black edition is priced at $299.00, while the two Gaming models, with or without factory overclocking, are listed at the same price of $329.99, which is quite intriguing.
If these prices remain unchanged, MSI will have only one card subject to the MSRP review embargo, which is set to be lifted on Wednesday. The Gaming and Gaming X models, on the other hand, will fall under the non-MSRP review coverage, scheduled for the following day, precisely when these cards are expected to be launched.
There is an $80 price gap between the Ventus 2X SKUs of the RTX 4060 Ti and non-Ti versions, while the Gaming models have a $100 difference in price. Interestingly, the price difference between the least expensive MSI RTX 4060 Ti and the most expensive RTX 4060 is only $50.