NVIDIA will launch the GeForce RTX 4060 and 4060 Ti in May this year. A report from WCCFTech claims that the midrange Ada Lovelace GPUs will hit retail stores in mid-Q2. Following the RTX 4070 release on the 13th of April, the roll-out of the 60-class cards will complete the mainstream RTX 40 “Ada Lovelace” family. The RTX 4080 Ti and the 4090 Ti will arrive toward the end of the cycle.
The GeForce RTX 4060 Ti is said to pack 4,352 FP32 shaders alongside 8GB of GGDR6 memory clocked at 18Gbps. The memory bus will be 192/128-bit wide, backed by 32MB of L2 cache. The graphics card will have a TBP of 220W with a price target of around $500.
The RTX 4060 Ti will feature a lofty boost clock of 2.53GHz, with the AIB variants approaching the 2.7GHz mark. This makes the RTX 4060 Ti slightly faster than the RTX 3070 Ti (21.75 TFLOPs) with an FPS32 throughput of 22 TFLOPs.
The GeForce RTX 3070 Ti features 6,144 shaders across 48 SMs with a peak boost clock of 1.77GHz. On the memory side, you get 8GB of GDDR6X VRAM paired with a 256-bit bus and a TBP of 290W. The RTX 3060 Ti sports 4,864 FP32 shaders (@1.66GHz) and 8GB of GDDR6 memory via a 256-bit bus. The card has a TBP of 200W and retails for $399.
The RTX 4060 will use the fully enabled AD107 die with 3,072 shaders and 8GB of GDDR6 memory across a 128-bit bus and 24MB of L2 cache. That’s 500 cores less than the RTX 3060, a slimmer bus (128-bit vs 192-bit), and a smaller VRAM buffer (8GB vs 12GB). We expect a TBP of around 100W with an MSRP of $449 to $499. The RTX 3060 retails at $329.