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Rumor: 4060Ti = 3070 performance, $499


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The specifications of the NVIDIA RTX 6000 are also better than the GeForce RTX 4090. It has just 2 SMs disabled at 142 which offer up to 18,176 CUDA cores. That's 11% more cores & SMs than the RTX 4090 GPU. But NVIDIA surely has some room left for an even higher-end variant that will use those 2 remaining SM units. The card comes with a similar boost clock of 2.5 GHz and has double the VRAM capacity at 48 GB (EEC) versus the 24 GB featured on the RTX 4090. The card does use slower 20 Gbps GDDR6X memory dies versus the 21 Gbps dies featured on the gaming graphics card.

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It looks like when the new RTX 4060 Ti arrives, consumers will be able to acquire a 'next-gen' GPU with RTX 3070 performance for RTX 3070 prices.

 

 

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A 6800xt is like 10 fps less at 4k than a 4070. Overclocked am sure i beat it. It a garbage card with less vram 😆

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Aside from the price, this is still a really nice card.

Getting 3070 performance at 160w is great. This allows for smaller coolers and lower wattage PSUs. People doing SFF would be over the moon. Or for us strange [email protected] folks, the new 4000 series is awesome. Way more PPD without dying of heatstroke when running a bunch of cards. 

 

I really don't see why they wouldn't at least stick with the $399 from the 3060ti. 

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46 minutes ago, Fluxmaven said:

Aside from the price, this is still a really nice card.

Getting 3070 performance at 160w is great. This allows for smaller coolers and lower wattage PSUs. People doing SFF would be over the moon. Or for us strange [email protected] folks, the new 4000 series is awesome. Way more PPD without dying of heatstroke when running a bunch of cards. 

 

I really don't see why they wouldn't at least stick with the $399 from the 3060ti. 

Because the 4000 series is not a replacement for the 3000 series. It's an extention of the 3000 series that slots above it. At least that's how Nvidia sees it.

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2 hours ago, Fluxmaven said:

Aside from the price, this is still a really nice card.

Getting 3070 performance at 160w is great. This allows for smaller coolers and lower wattage PSUs. People doing SFF would be over the moon. Or for us strange [email protected] folks, the new 4000 series is awesome. Way more PPD without dying of heatstroke when running a bunch of cards. 

 

I really don't see why they wouldn't at least stick with the $399 from the 3060ti. 

Oh yeah, there is no doubt the performance per watt gain is there big time with 40-series over the 30-series. It's just not great when literally none of these cards are actually price point replacements of their previous generation namesakes.

 

 

2 hours ago, UltraMega said:

Because the 4000 series is not a replacement for the 3000 series. It's an extention of the 3000 series that slots above it. At least that's how Nvidia sees it.

Winner, winner..

 

Obviously slightly outdated, but clearly they see these as coexisting product stacks. You want to be under $500? Buy last gen. That's Nvidia's message here.

 

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