Gamers are not too happy with Nvidia RTX 4060 Ti leak. The rumored 8GB VRAM has not gone down well with PC gamers.
Gamers Are Not Too Happy With Nvidia RTX 4060 Ti Leak
The RTX 4060 Ti is the latest Lovelace GPU to be the subject of a supposed leak in regards to its purported spec as rumors about the RTX 4000 range continue to make their way to the rumor mill thick and fast.
This very rumor is coming from Kopite7kimi who is a regular when it comes to hardware leaks on social media platform Twitter and it also provides a fair few details as spotted by VideoCardz.
You should however take in this speculation with plenty of seasoning, but however and as you can see, the GPU that is used is AD106, supposedly AD106-350-A1 precisely, and we also have a CUDA Core count of 4,352 alongside 8GB of GDDR6 video RAM at 18Gbps. The TGP here is however pegged at 220W.
Previous Rumors Suggest That the AD106 GPU Will Be Running With a 128-Bit Memory Bus
And as pointed out by VideoCardz, previous spillages have suggested that the AD106 GPU will be running with a 128-bit memory bus, which will reportedly give the RTX 4060 Ti a bandwidth of 288GB/s in theory. Information that has been passed onto us is that the RTX 4060 Ti has a very short reference board.
What This Means for the GPU
Well, it is simple as this shows that there is still a long road ahead for this very GPU. The purported spec as mentioned already has prompted disappointment across the board as a more general reaction online. But as usual, we all should be skeptical in regard to the rumored specs. And also we should bear in mind that this is still very much in the early development of the RTX 4060 Ti as far as we are aware, so even though this is legitimate, the speculations that are currently making the rounds on the internet still could be changed down the line by Nvidia.