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The GeForce RTX 4060 graphics card delivers useful gaming performance and good rendering quality overall at a Full HD resolution. At full HD, modern games will manage 60+ FPS, with older titles quickly reaching 100 fps on average.  Overall, the GeForce RTX 4060 8GB makes sense at resolutions as high as 1920x1080/1200 and sometimes up to WQHD if you use a DLSS assist; frame generation really will help, but again at the valuable cost of VRAM utilization. The card is ~18% faster than the RTX 3060 but almost 25% slower than the 4060 Ti. 

ASUS Dual GeForce RTX 4060 OC review - Final words and conclusion (guru3d.com)

 

25% cheaper than the 4060Ti and 25% slower. Equally disappointing. 

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The TDP is pretty nice on the 4060 115w and 4060ti 160w. Making them perfect for smaller designs. I see a few 155mm-170mm options. So they are perfect for some SFF builds.

 

Maybe we will see some LP versions. I haven't seen an LP card with a 6/8pin in long time. I had an old GTS450 LP with a 6pin.

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Not sure why they used F1 22 for benchmarking, that game is awful for this kind of thing. Red Dead Redemption 2 is probably the best game on the market right now for benchmarking.

 

But overall, it's pretty much where I expected it to be in terms of performance.

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2 hours ago, Avacado said:

I am waiting for @Sir Beregond to post his Nvidia rant. 

in this case it may be justified, I mean the only place the cards beating my 1st gen 2070 is in the 1080 section. and it's not by enough to make me jump to replace it with a 4060.And this is 2+ generations of card releases later.... 🤨

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5 hours ago, Avacado said:

I am waiting for @Sir Beregond to post his Nvidia rant. 

Even I am getting tired of ranting.

 

 

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