NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 40 series graphics cards offer solid performance at an unconventionally high price point. The GeForce RTX 4080 is twice as expensive as the 3080, while the 4070 Ti costs $200 more than the 3070 Ti. With the top-end Lovelace SKUs out, NVIDIA will soon shift its focus towards the midrange and budget offering. The GeForce RTX 4070, 4060 Ti, and 4060 will be launched in the coming months.
After correction, 160W.
RTX 4060 Ti has a very short reference board. The PG190 still uses CEM5 connector.Originally tweeted by kopite7kimi (@kopite7kimi) on January 18, 2023.
8G 18Gbps GDDR6
The RTX 4070 will leverage the AD104 die, packing 5,888 FP32 cores alongside 12GB GDDR6X memory. The core will be clocked at around 2.7GHz and the memory at 2.62GHz (21Gbps effective). The L2 cache has been consolidated to 36MB, while the TBP has been reduced to 200W. We’re looking at the same shader density as the RTX 3070 with higher clocks, more cache, and faster memory.
Further down the stack, the RTX 4060 Ti will be derived from the AD106 core. We’re looking at a shader count of 4,352 cores paired with 8GB GDDR6 (18Gbps) memory and a 192-bit bus. The L2 cache will be cut down to 32MB, while TBP is said to be a very impressive 160W. A single generational uplift brings the same performance at nearly half the power limits (RTX 3070 Ti has a TBP of 290W).