A new leak allegedly pertaining to the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 Ti has appeared online. Once again, and much like previous leaks of earlier RTX 40 Series cards, these leaks pertain to the packaging design templates that are used by AIB partners.
The alleged RTX 4060 Ti packaging template was leaked by MEGAsizeGPU (@Zed__Wang), who was also responsible for leaking the template of the RTX 4070 Ti. Honestly, both templates look nearly identical in their designs, save for the obvious tier numbers that define them.
— MEGAsizeGPU (@Zed__Wang) March 29, 2023
It also goes without saying that this RTX 4060 Ti packaging design leak serves as proof of existence for the GPU. On another note, there is speculation that NVIDIA may be reserving the Ti variants of its cards for 3rd party and custom cooling solutions, and leaving the non-Ti variants as the sole recipients of the Founders Edition cooler shrouds. Of course, this is merely speculation on our part, but based on the GPU brand’s current mood and habits, it is also not wrong to presume that that is the case, at least in the meantime.
Sadly, the alleged RTX 4060 Ti packaging design leak did not contain any details regarding the GPU’s specifications, save for what is already known about its Ada Lovelace architecture. Specifically, the RT and Tensor cores, the fact that is a DLSS 3 capable card, and that its ports will be able to support 8K resolutions at 60Hz, although it is unlikely that it would be an unrealistic demand by any gamer to be asking a graphics card of its calibre to perform.
It is also likely that the RTX 4060 Ti will be making its way on to store shelves globally in the month of May, although when exactly in the month is, unsurprisingly, still a mystery to us all. On that note, the non-Ti RTX 4070 is expected to make its debut sometime in early April, a month that is just around the corner at this point. So, fingers crossed that we’ll be hearing more about the card in the immediate future.
(Source: MEGAsizeGPU via Twitter, Videocardz)
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