Next week NVIDIA is launching their GeForce RTX 4060 (non-Ti) graphics card. This will be the second card in their RTX 4060 series and is rumored to be based off the Ada Lovelace AD107 GPU offering 3072 CUDA cores, 24 RT cores, 96 Tensor cores, 96 TMUs, and 32 ROPs. It more likely have 8GB of GDDR6 across a 128-bit wide memory interface. Well it looks like we are getting a first glimpse at the performance of the card as two Geekbench 6 runs have been discovered using the card.
These tests were conducted on a system that was made up of the RTX 4060, Core i5-13600K CPU, ASUS Z790 ROG APEX motherboard, and DDR5-6000 memory.
We have two scores here, one from the GPU compute test using the Vulkan API and the other using OPenCL. The Vulcan test had a score of 99419, while the OpenCL test scored 105630. Looking at these scores the RTX 4060 is about 12% faster in the Vulcan test than its predecessor (RTX 3060). The performance gets a bit better with OpenCL as you see about a 20% jump over the previous card. If we compare to the RTX 3060 Ti, it actually is about 3-5% better in performance over the RTX 4060.
NVIDIA plans to launch the GeForce RTX 4060 on June 29th with an expected MSRP of $299.