Kopite7kimi, a hardware leaker, has suggested that NVIDIA may use its smallest Ada Lovelace GPU for the XX60 desktop class. According to Kopite, the desktop version would use the same AD107 GPU as the mobile equivalent, with the full 3072 CUDA cores available. This would mean that both the RTX 4060 Desktop and RTX 4060 Laptop GPUs would get the full implementation of this graphics processor.
The RTX 4060 is expected to feature 8GB GDDR6 memory across a 128-bit memory bus, providing a memory bandwidth of 288 GB/s, the same as the RTX 4060 Ti. The RTX 4070 and RTX 4060 SKUs will differ in memory configuration, but the Ti and non-Ti models from each class will share the same memory specs.
The typical power consumption, which is most likely TDP, is estimated at 115W, which is also the maximum specification for the mobile GPU variant. This means that the desktop and mobile RTX 4060 will have more in common than we usually see in NVIDIA’s GPU portfolio.
Although there is no release date for either the RTX 4060 Ti or RTX 4060, we are likely 1-2 months away from receiving more detailed information directly from NVIDIA now that we have the initial specifications. The mobile RTX 4060 is expected to launch next week, so there is technically nothing stopping NVIDIA from releasing the desktop GPU at the same time, except for the remaining inventory of the current-gen RTX 3060 series.
RTX 4060 still uses PG190.
8G GDDR6 18Gbps
I will try to remain neutral about any leaks in the future. 😁😁😁
— kopite7kimi (@kopite7kimi) February 13, 2023