The RTX 4060 Ti would cost only €410, which is cheaper than the RTX 3070 for the same performance

the rtx 4060 ti would cost only e410 which is.jpg
the rtx 4060 ti would cost only e410 which is.jpg

We finally know the price of the RTX 4060 Ti, and that’s great news. According to the leaker Red Gaming Tech, we can indeed expect an MRSP of €450 for the new (real) entry-level from Nvdia, a price that converts to €410 in our regions. In other words, and contrary to previous rumors, it would therefore be cheaper than the RTX 3070 that it replaces.

RTX 4070 Ti

If the RTX 4060 Ti has been talking about it for several months already, we are still waiting for tangible information from Nvidia, which is still preparing the release of the graphics card for next month. As always, it is therefore advisable to rely on the leakers, especially since this time, the latter are announcing very good news on the price side.

As a reminder, the RTX 4060 Ti will therefore be the next graphics card from the Greens in the entry-level segment. In fact, its MSRP is at the heart of its positioning. However, until now, there was nothing to celebrate at this level. Previous leaks indeed announced a higher price than the RTX 3070, for performances expected to be relatively similar, or even superior.

The price of the RTX 4060 Ti is the good news of the day

However, we could expect a completely different outcome, if we refer to the information obtained by the leaker Red Gaming Tech. On YouTube, the latter indeed states that Nvidia would rather expect an MSRP equal to 450 dollars, or 410 euros of our lands. For comparison, the RTX 3070 is in theory marketed at 519 euros. If this information is verified, the players will therefore very clearly gain in exchange.

On the same subject —The Nvidia RTX 4060 Ti would be faster than the RTX 3080 according to a first benchmark

As a reminder, previous leaks have revealed that the RTX 4060 Ti will feature an AD106-350-A1 GPU running on a 128-bit memory bus, for a total of 4352 CUDA cores and 8GB of GDDR6 VRAM. It should also present TDP of 220 W. For the design, Nvidia should take inspiration from what has already been done for the RTX Ti. We finally expect compatibility with DLSS 3.0 technology.

Previous articleDimensity 9300: Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 rival to be manufactured in TSMC’s N4P
Next articleTivona, a new baby monitor with 720p, 5-inch screen, lullabies and more
Mubashir Hassan
Expert in tech and gaming, blending industry insights with expertise