NVIDIA 4060 Ti: Two VRAM Options for this Lower Priced GPU
By Court Smith
NVIDIA recently expanded their GPU line with the NVIDIA 4060 Ti. Here’s what we think about it so far!
The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 Ti is one of the latest addition to NVIDIA’s line of powerful GPUs. The NVIDIA 4060 Ti GPU will have two versions, one with 8GB of VRAM and one with 16. Of course, the 16 GB version will pack more power, with double the VRAM of the other version. The 8GB version is available now, and the 16 GB version is expected in July, for an MSRP of $499.
The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 Ti’s 8GB version is a current-generation graphics card that offers nice performance and features for gamers and professionals alike. NVIDIA announced that MSRP for this version of the GPU will be a step lower than the rest of the 40-series so far, at $399 for the NVIDIA 4060 Ti’s 8GB version.
It is powered by the ultra-efficient NVIDIA Ada Lovelace architecture, which provides its 4th generation Tensor Cores with huge increases in performance through DLSS 3 compared to brute-force rendering in compatible applications. The GPU also, of course, features NVIDIA’s ray tracing capabilities, allowing for realistic lighting and shadows in games and other applications.
In addition to gaming, the RTX 4060 Ti 8GB version can be used for basic content creation tasks. With its impressive specs and performance metrics, the NVIDIA 4060 Ti is an ideal choice for gamers, content creators, and professionals alike.
NVIDIA 4060 Ti 8GB Version Technical Specifications Overview
It has great potential for gamers looking for decent performance on the latest triple A games, or high performance in esports games, as well as content creators who require some light graphics rendering capabilities for their projects. Whether you’re a gamer looking for improved visuals or a professional needing reliable computing power for basic rendering tasks, this flexible GPU has you covered with its wide range of ability.
Is the NVIDA 4060 Ti’s 8 GB VRAM version enough for a current-generation card?
Whether 8 GB of VRAM will be enough for you all depends on what you are trying to do. We think there are plenty of games that PCs with this GPU will be able to handle just fine, with the support of a CPU and amount of system RAM that meets or exceeds the recommended requirements for what you’re trying to do. It should even be able to handle some video editing, if you are not working at very high resolutions or with many effects, and even some basic 3D modeling/rendering tasks.
If you’re planning to do some very VRAM intensive tasks, however, you might want to consider more power than the NVIDIA 4060 Ti’s 8GB version packs. For things like intensive 3D rendering, high-resolution video editing, or streaming the latest and most graphically intensive games out there, or anything else that calls for a very high amount of VRAM, a card with more VRAM than the NVIDIA 4060 Ti’s 8GB version may be necessary.
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