The GeForce RTX 4060 Ti and GeForce RTX 4060 deliver unmatched performance at a fantastic value. For the first time, the cards bring twice the power of the latest gaming consoles, including ray tracing for premium image quality on top games.
“The RTX 4060 family delivers PC gamers both great value and great performance at 1080p, whether they are building a gaming battle box or an AI-assisted creation station,” said Matt Wuebbling, vice president of Global GeForce Marketing at NVIDIA. “These GPUs deliver an incredible upgrade, starting at just $335, putting Ada Lovelace and DLSS 3 in the hands of millions worldwide.”
DLSS brings AI-accelerated performance to more than 300 titles
The GeForce RTX 4060 family offers access to more than 300 games and applications that now support DLSS, with the highly anticipated titles The Lord of the Rings: Gollum and Diablo IV which are going to include DLSS 3. A DLSS 3 plug-in for Unreal Engine 5 is also coming.
DLSS 3 demonstrates the growing importance of AI in real-time games by creating new high-quality frames for smoother gameplay. It greatly increases performance when combined with DLSS Super Resolution, which uses AI to output higher-resolution frames from a lower-resolution input. Exceptional responsiveness is maintained by NVIDIA Reflex, which reduces input lag.
The ultimate graphics cards for 1080p gaming
On average, the GeForce RTX 4060 Ti is 2.6x faster than the RTX 2060 SUPER GPU and 1.7x faster than the GeForce RTX 3060 Ti GPU. For titles without frame generation, the RTX 4060 Ti is 1.6x faster than the RTX 2060 SUPER GPU.
The RTX 4060 Ti’s memory subsystem features 32MB L2 cache and 8GB or 16GB of ultra-high-speed GDDR6 memory. The RTX 4060 has 24MB L2 cache with 8GB GDDR6. The L2 cache lowers the demands on the GPU’s memory interface, ultimately improving performance and energy efficiency.
Ray tracing performance is significantly improved over the previous generation, thanks to enhancements such as Shader Execution Reordering, cutting-edge Opacity Micromap and Displaced Micro-Mesh Engines. These innovations allow even the most demanding games to simultaneously implement multiple ray tracing effects and even full ray tracing, also known as path tracing, for unparalleled realism and immersion.