Yesterday saw the introduction of NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 4060 Ti, however it seems that gamers are still staying away from the most recent mainstream cards, which might be for a number of reasons.
From a technological standpoint, the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 Ti graphics card seems to be adequate, but it appears that the gaming community is not thrilled by the value the card provides at its $399 US price point. The key justification is that, when DLSS 3 is taken into account, the RTX 3060 Ti performs around 15% better on average.
Now that it has outperformed rival upscaling solutions like FSR and XeSS in terms of performance and visual quality, DLSS 3 is at a stage where it unquestionably stands out on its own. We at Wccftech can only provide a review of what buyers and gamers might anticipate; ultimately, it is up to the player to determine whether or not the product is worthwhile.
A single person went to a well-known Japanese shop to buy an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 Ti graphics card, according to GDM, a Japanese company that tracks data from well-known stores:
The RTX 4060 Ti is economically unviable despite a number of considerations, including the fact that the GPU costs about 69,800 YEN (500 USD) in Japan due to high local taxes. Just 20 copies of the RTX 4060 Ti were sold by Mindfactory, the largest retailer in the nation, in Germany, another market where it has fallen out of favour. This resulted in a price reduction that brought the card’s MSRP down to €419, making it the first card in the RTX 40 series to be made available for less than its MSRP at launch.
Since then, the remainder of the lineup has not seen a comparable generation-over-generation improvement, and the RTX 4060 series has so far had the lowest performance increases in terms of pure rasterization.