The sneaky edition of Geforce RTX 4060 Ti alone with Founder’s Edition design

In the coming months, Nvidia will expand the Geforce RTX 4000 series with three new graphics cards, where the variant RTX 4060 Ti with 8 GB GDDR6 memory will appear on May 24, at a target price of SEK 5,199. Sometime in July, the graphics card will be joined by a model with 16 GB of memory – which, unlike, for example, the GTX 1060, does not involve changes to the graphics circuit. Sometime in July, however, a scaled-down RTX 4060 sibling will also appear.

► Nvidia unveils trio in the Geforce RTX 4060 family

Nvidia confirms that only the Geforce RTX 4060 Ti with 8 GB of memory is released in the Founder’s Edition version. Unlike the previous generation Geforce RTX 3060 Ti, the newcomer uses the same type of cooler as other RTX 4000 cards, with dual counter-directed fans. When the predecessors of the series visited SweClocker’s test lab, these coolers showed both good cooling performance and noise level, which likely spills over to the simpler and more energy-efficient variant.

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Geforce RTX 4060 Ti in Founder’s Edition design will be available shortly.

The Geforce RTX 4060 Ti in Nvidia’s version apparently uses the same cooling solution as the RTX 4070, but where the two-slot-thick model changes gray metal details to silver. Similar to the RTX 4000 family’s other Founder’s Edition cards, the company continues to power via 12VHPWR connection. Among the specifications, however, it is implied that partner cards have good opportunities to deviate from this, to instead use a single 8-pin PCI Express connector.

With the Founder’s Edition stamp comes a guarantee of a price tag that corresponds to the target price, something that does not always apply to cards from partner manufacturers. However, the Geforce RTX 4000 launches that have taken place in the near future show anything but overwhelming demand, and the retailers’ shelves at the time of writing contain a large number of fresh cards at target price. It is therefore not impossible that partner manufacturers strive to reach the lower price point, which is why a lack of Nvidia-signed models is not necessarily a problem.

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