NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 Announced: Full HD 1080p with Ray Tracing
NVIDIA has officially announced the new GeForce RTX 4060 graphics card. The new graphics card is the latest in their RTX 4000 mid-range line and provides Full HD 1080p gaming at a reasonable price with raytracing capabilities.
The RTX 4060 comes with 6GB of GDDR6 memory. This is paired with 1280 CUDA cores and 4 RTX-OPS. It also has a boost clock of 1.8GHz and a TDP of 130W. The card is based on the Turing architecture, and comes with support for NVIDIA’s Ansel and G-Sync technologies.
The card is capable of handling ray tracing and DLSS with ease. Thanks to its performance rating of 7.0 TFLOPS, the card has the ability to render high resolution scenes with realistic lighting effects and shadowing. The card also has 4K upscaling as well as support for NVIDIA’s Variable Rate Shading (VRS) technology which can reduce system resources while providing improved visuals.
The card is expected to be a great entry-level option for gamers. The price of the card is expected to be around $329 USD, which is significantly lower than the other RTX 4000 cards. It is likely to be an attractive option for gamers who are looking to get into ray tracing without having to break the bank.
The card is now available for pre-order and will start shipping soon. If you’re looking for an affordable entry-level card with ray tracing capabilities, then the RTX 4060 is an excellent choice. With its performance, it is likely to be one of the best mid-range cards on the market.