Not long after leaking the design of the RTX 4070 Ti FE, @KittyYYuko has now released photos of what is believed to be the design for the RTX 4060 Ti. The pictures show a small desktop card, which clearly follows the same design principles as all Founders Edition models based on the Ada architecture. However, it is much smaller and designed to fit into only two PCIe slots.
Although the card is labeled as RTX 4060, the leaker suggests that it may actually be the RTX 4060 Ti. It’s unclear why they believe this, but it’s possible that the specs have been modified, or that both cards are being tested internally with the same cooler.
Just a reminder, it’s been said that the RTX 4060 Ti will have an AD106-350 GPU with 4352 CUDA cores, along with 8GB of GDDR6 memory and a 128-bit memory bus. The TDP on this model will be reduced to 160W, as opposed to 200W on the upcoming RTX 4070.
Meanwhile, the RTX 4060 will use an entry-level AD107-400 GPU instead, with a full implementation of 3072 CUDA cores. There are no expected changes to the memory configuration, but the TDP should be even lower, at just 115W. Both models will feature a PCIe Gen4 x8 interface.
We can’t be certain whether this is a legitimate card or not, but it seems unlikely that someone would go through the trouble of creating such a unique design on their own. As of now, there’s no indication that NVIDIA has plans to release any RTX 4070 or RTX 4060 series cards as Founders Edition, but that could change at any time.
Maybe, RTX 4060 Ti. pic.twitter.com/uA6w5u44CS
— Elysian Realm (@KittyYYuko) March 16, 2023