NVIDIA’s next-gen graphics cards offer a substantial performance boost over preceding offerings while keeping power consumption in check. The GeForce RTX 4090 is up to twice as fast as the 3090 in ray-traced gaming workloads, with DLSS 3 extending the lead to 3x in some cases. The RTX 4080 is less appealing in rasterized workloads, all the while doubling the price bracket. If the RTX 4070 and 4070 Ti specifications are anything to go by, the lower end of the stack will be even more disappointing.
ITHome has spotted the 3DMark TimeSpy benchmark of the GeForce RTX 4060 mobility GPU, and significantly slower than what we anticipated. The benchmark reveals a paltry gain of 20% over the RTX 3060 and a small deficit compared to the RTX 3070 mobile. The RTX 3080 is 20% faster than the RTX 4060 mobility.
NVIDIA’s RTX 40 series mobile GPUs are on track for a Spring 2023 launch alongside Intel’s 13th Gen Core chips. Each SKU will be derived from the GPU below its corresponding desktop model. During NVIDIA’s CES keynote, we should get a first look at the gaming performance figures in the coming days.