NVIDIA is getting ready to release its latest graphics card, the GeForce RTX 4060 Ti, as part of its fifth-generation GeForce RTX 40-series “Ada” lineup in May 2023. According to reports from Red Gaming Tech, the expected price for this graphics card could be around $450, which is $150 lower than the recently launched RTX 4070, and $350 cheaper than the RTX 4070 Ti.
The upcoming RTX 4060 Ti graphics card is anticipated to utilize the 5 nm “AD106” silicon, which is the same chip used in the RTX 4070 Laptop GPU. While the notebook version fully utilizes all 4,608 CUDA cores across its 36 Streaming Multiprocessors (SM), the desktop version of the RTX 4060 Ti is expected to have a slightly reduced configuration with 34 SM, resulting in 4,352 CUDA cores.
The “AD106” silicon comes with a memory interface that is 128-bits wide, and NVIDIA is likely to pair it with conventional GDDR6 memory chips rated at 18 Gbps. The RTX 4060 Ti’s design objective may be to outperform the previous-generation RTX 3070 and come close to the performance of the RTX 3070 Ti, while also providing improved energy efficiency and introducing new features like DLSS 3.