After many rumours, leaks and even benchmark scores, NVIDIA’s new line of GeForce RTX 4060 graphics cards has finally been officially announced.
Boasting all the advances of the NVIDIA Ada Lovelace architecture – including DLSS 3, third-generation ray tracing at high frame rates, and an eighth-generation NVIDIA encoder (NVENC) with AV1 encoding, the new RTX 4060 lineup is described by the brand as “the best graphics cards for 1080p gaming”.
The line consists of the following models:
- GeForce RTX 4060 Ti 8GBavailable from Wednesday, May 24, by $399 dollars (~BRL 1,990).
- GeForce RTX 4060 Ti 16GBavailable in July, from $499 dollars (~BRL 2,490).
- GeForce RTX 4060available in July, from $299 dollars (~BRL 1,490).
NVIDIA points out that prices for the Europeian market will be announced soon.
In addition to the new lineup announcement, NVIDIA also revealed that DLSS technology is now supported in over 300 games and software available to gamers and content creators, including the addition of DLSS 3 to D5 Render and more. The most anticipated games like: The Lord of the Rings: Gollum and Diabo IV will be next to include DLSS 3. A DLSS 3 plugin for Unreal Engine 5 will also be released soon.
NVIDIA DLSS uses artificial intelligence and GeForce RTX Tensor Cores to boost frame rates. DLSS 3 combines DLSS Super Resolution, DLSS Frame Generation and NVIDIA Reflex technology to multiply performance while maintaining optimal responsiveness.
So, what do you think of the prices of NVIDIA’s new line of GPUs?