PNY GeForce RTX 4060 Ti Verto 8GB Graphics Card Review

Final Thoughts

As I said at the beginning of this review NVIDIA has sort of been all over the place with their RTX 40 series launches and with the RTX 4060 series specifically it is only getting worse. Again, we are seeing a Ti card in the mix, which just is confusing overall. And then we are going to have an 8GB version and a 16GB version of the Ti card, at a $100 difference. Not sure how NVIDIA is justifying that price, an extra 8GB of GDDR6 memory does not cost anywhere close to $100.

Talking about only having 8GB of VRAM many people have highlighted certain scenarios where 8GB of VRAM could cause some issues, although I think for most people it is not going to be an issue. We did not have any issues across our game suite. But again it feels quite odd paying $400 for an 8GB card in 2023.

On top of pricing and naming you have the performance and without DLSS 3 you really are only going to see around 15% better performance over an RTX 3060 Ti. Keep in mind the RTX 3060 Ti came out about 2 and a half years ago. I guess we should be happy that NVIDIA did not increase the price, but to me this card does not feel like a 60-class card. The 60 series from NVIDIA always seemed to hit a great price to performance ratio and at $400 it just does not seem like we are getting what we used to from NVIDIA. I guess if anything you are getting better performance at a much lower power draw.

So what type of performance can you expect from this card? Well in our tests without any type of frame generation we saw great performance at 1080p. The seven games in our test suite averaged around 120 FPS at 1080p. So for those looking for a great 1080p experience in AAA titles this is going to be a good card for you. Even at 1440p we saw some pretty good results with our average FPS across our 7 games around 82 FPS. And then on top of that you are going to get things like DLSS 3 and RTX and well as NVIDIA’s software suite.

I think the real question here is, is that enough? I mean if you are on a 30 series card I really don’t see this as much of an upgrade. But if you are on a 10 or 20 series card the upgrade could be worth it, especially to take advantage of things like DLSS 3.

PNY’s Verto card is a solid entry level card from them. Their dual fan design does a good job and keeping the card cool and is not all that loud. Also the card being only 245.11 mm long makes it very ideal for smaller form factor builds and you are getting a very nice full-coverage metal backplate. Right now you can pick this card up at our favorite online retailer for $399.

– Good overall for 1080p and 1440p gaming
– DLSS 3.0
– Quiet fans
– Dual slot and not that long

– Not the biggest performance gain over previous generation (Not PNY’s fault)
– Pricing could be better (Not PNY’s Fault)

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