Nvidia RTX 4060 Ti to Compete with RTX 3070 Ti but has Poor Memory Configuration

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We are getting close to the launch of RTX 4060 Ti and that is evident through many leaks we have been seeing on social media. Today, we have some interesting info leak about the upcoming RTX 4060 Ti which tells us its theoretical performance and where it may stand against the other Nvidia GPUs.

Twitter User T4C Fantasy who is the Techpowerup GPU database editor tweeted that the RTX 4060 Ti will have a base/boost clock of 2310 and 2535Mhz respectively with custom cards going up to 2685MHz.

For comparison, the 4060 Ti is going to feature the same base clock as the 4070 Ti but a 75MHz lower boost clock on the Founder’s edition. As calculated by Videocardz, according to the clock speeds, the 4060 Ti will feature around 22 Teraflops of FP32 compute performance that can go up to 24 Teraflops on AIB cards.

4060 Ti compute performance

This makes the 4060 Ti stand on the level of RTX 3070 Ti but the problem is that the 4060 Ti is going to feature just a 128-bit memory bus which is terrible for higher resolutions. Now even though the card will bring a decent 8GB GDDR6 memory, it is still not quite good as it should be because technically, the 4060 Ti should be maxing out games at 1440p resolution but with 8GB VRAM on a 128-bit bus is not going to do the job in every game.

The 4060 Ti founders edition card will feature a 160W TDP and the PCI-E Gen 5 12-pin power connector on a very compact PCB. This means that at least it is not going to be as monstrous in size as the higher 40 series GPUs.

It is rumored that the 4060 Ti will cost around $499 which is making this card unattractive already given that it is featuring a poor memory configuration.

Sources: Videocardz, T4C Fantasy