Time flies, it's already been six months since we tested the first Ada Lovelace graphics card, the GeForce RTX 4090, and now NVIDIA has launched the fifth entry in its ever-growing desktop lineup, the RTX 4060 Ti.
The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 Ti is the first Ada graphics card to hit retail under the $500 US price tag. With a starting price of just $399 US, the graphics card is set to become a hot seller in the mainstream market segment.
While we'll be talking about the GeForce RTX 4060 Ti in this review, we'll also take a look at how it offers faster shadow rendering, faster ray tracing performance, and faster AI computation performance. Built on a completely new process node and with an architecture designed from the ground up, Ada is a killer product with lots of numbers to talk about.
Today we're going to take a look at the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 Ti graphics card. We'll be looking at both the Founders Edition and custom models.
NVIDIA GeForce GPU segment/tier pricing
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 series gaming graphics card
Turing was not just any graphics core, it was the graphics core that would become the basis for future GPUs. The future is now being realized with next-gen consoles delving deep into conversations about ray tracing and AI-assisted supersampling techniques. NVIDIA had a head start with Turing & Ampere and the Ada generation will only make things infinitely better.
Ada GPU does many traditional things that we expect from a GPU, but at the same time also breaks the barrier when it comes to non-traditional GPU operations. Just to summarize some features:
The technologies mentioned above are some of the main building blocks of the Ada GPU, but there is more within the graphics core itself that we want to talk about in detail, so let's get started.
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