Reportedly, The RTX 4060 Ti will Use the Same Board as the 3060 Ti, Launched at the End of May

Reportedly, the RTX 4060 Ti will use the same PG190 board as the RTX 3060 Ti, according to VideoCardz. This may result in a reduced memory bus, and it remains to be seen what VRAM sizes will be used and how this will affect bandwidth. However, this suggests that the cards may be priced lower as they are using older technology. It should be noted that the non-Ti RTX 4060 will use a new board called PG173, as reported by the same source. However, this news should be taken with a grain of salt until NVIDIA officially launches the product.

The RTX 4060 Ti is reportedly set to launch by the end of May, possibly during NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang’s keynote at Computex on May 29, 2023. Meanwhile, cards are expected to be shipped to channels on May 5, which indicates that concrete information about them will likely be available after this date.

Previously, on April 13th, NVIDIA announced the RTX 4070, priced starting at $599 for the Founders Edition. The RTX 4070 is capable of 1440p gaming at over 100 fps with ray tracing and the company’s latest DLSS 3 upscaling technology.

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On the other side, AMD is also preparing to launch the Radeon RX 7600 XT on May 25th, based on the Navi 33 graphics processor with RDNA 3 architecture. Early samples suggest that the Radeon RX 7600 XT’s performance is around 11% higher than that of the Radeon RX 6650 XT.

It is interesting to note that AMD is launching the RX 7600 XT directly after releasing the RX 7900 XT and 7900 XTX in December 2022, and leaving the RX 7700 and 7800 XT for a later date.

Overall, the end of May will be an exciting time for those looking to upgrade their graphics cards with the latest technology at an affordable price.


Yabes Elia

Yabes Elia

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