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NVIDIA RTX 4060 Ti vs RTX 3060 Ti: Which One is Better?

NVIDIA RTX 4060 Ti vs. RTX 3060 Ti: 1080p Ray Tracing Benchmarks

Ray tracing is one of the areas where the RTX 4060 Ti shines. It is up to 80% faster than the RTX 3060 Ti in some scenarios, with an average lead of >20%:

In Plague Tale, the RTX 4060 Ti faces unusual stutters, adversely affecting its lows and frame pacing.

Crysis Remastered is another ray-traced title based on the Crytek engine. It employs a mix of software and hardware ray tracing, favoring the RTX 4060 Ti with a lead of 25% over the RTX 3060 Ti.

Despite that, the frametime graphs are nearly identical, indicating similar frame pacing quality on the two 60-class GPUs.

In Cyberpunk 2077, the RTX 4060 Ti is 22% faster than the RTX 3060 Ti on average, with similar deltas between the lows. F1 2022 runs better on the RTX 4060 Ti with ray tracing enabled, leading the RTX 3060 Ti by 7%.

The frametime graphs (and smoothness) are, once again, almost identical.

In Ghostwire Tokyo, the GeForce RTX 4060 Ti maintains its lead of ~20% over the RTX 3060 Ti. In this case, the former produces smoother lows as well.

Hitman 3 is over 50% faster on the RTX 4060 Ti than on the 3060 Ti. However, the 0.1% lows are nearly the same on the two GPUs. Regardless, this makes the former the better-performing GPU.

Hitman 3

Metro Exodus is 17% faster on the RTX 4060 Ti than on the 3060 Ti. The former delivers a smoother experience as indicated by the frametimes.

Shadow of the Tomb Raider gets a massive boost with the RTX 4060 Ti. The Ada card is 80% faster than the RTX 3060 Ti, with superior lows and frame pacing.

The GeForce RTX 4060 Ti is 14% faster than the 3060 Ti in “The Callisto Protocol” with comparable lows.

The Callisto Protocol produces a strange frametime graph, one where the 4060 Ti offers a smoother experience.

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