NVIDIA’s RTX 40 Series has been a rather interesting one. Instead of just simply going down the product stack with easy to understand naming and segmentation it has sort of been all over the place. We are seeing Ti models launch alongside normal models and now we are even seeing the same model just with different VRAM sizes etc. This can all be very confusing, especially to the average consumer. Well NVIDIA’s RTX 4060-series of cards is not making anything easier. As it stands the RTX 4060 series will be comprised of three cards. Launched first is the RTX 4060 Ti 8GB card, which we are taking a look at today. Then coming later this month is actually going to be the RTX 4060 (non Ti) card, and then finally in July we’ll get a RTX 4060 Ti 16GB. It really seems like NVIDIA is trying to have a card for every available price point, which if you listen to our podcast you know I’m not a fan of particularly. The GeForce RTX 4060 Ti is based off the 5nm AD106 silicon. It has 34 of the 36 streaming multiprocessors enabled on the chip, which will give you 4352 CUDA cores, 34 RT cores, 136 Tensor cores, 136 TMUs, and 48 ROPs. The card also has 8GB of GDDR6 memory, which interestingly is running across an only 128-bit memory interface. Today we are checking out PNY’s GeForce RTX 4060 Ti Verto 8GB graphics card, which is their entry-level card into the RTX 4060 Ti 8GB series. This card has a reference design as far as clock speeds go, but you will get PNY’s Dual Fan cooling solution. Let’s take a look and see what the RTX 4060 Ti 8GB is all about!
The PNY GeForce RTX 4060 Ti Verto 8GB comes in your pretty standard NVIDIA graphics card box. On the front we have a picture of the card and many of the features are listed. Flipping over to the back we have another picture and more of the features are detailed.
Getting everything out of the box we just have the card itself and a installation guide.