New images of the Nvidia RTX 4060 Founders Edition graphics card may have leaked online. If this is true, it could be great news for gamers.
The two sets of images were part of a leak released by Twitter user Elysian Realm and reported by.
Kit Guru (opens in new tab)One was for the possibility RTX 4070 Ti Founders Edition, and possibly another one for the RTX 4060 Founders Edition.former It doesn’t seem to hold much water. (opens in new tab) Only the PCB is actually visible, covered in thermal paste obscuring the model name.
RTX 4060 Image (opens in new tab) The body is much more visible and easier to analyze so dirt can be brushed off. It looks more like plastic, including the very similar (opens in new tab) To RTX4090, 40803090, and 3080 graphics cards are based on opposite fan designs. Is this a true budget graphics card option?
Considering the fact that this likely RTX 4060 is mostly made of plastic makes the leaked image much more credible. Would you leak such a basic card? Also, being made out of plastic keeps costs down (you have to machine cut the metal, not just pour the molds). ), which makes perfect sense as it makes it a viable budget card.
If these leaked images are genuine, this could be great news for consumers.It’s no secret that the RTX 3000 series graphics cards have been snatched up by the crypto boom.
Almost impossible for most buyersAlso, the current RTX 4000 series products are high-end quality cards with a hefty price tag, and few gamers actually play games at 4K resolution, so most gamers will stick with them. Not even.
But if Nvidia really drops the Founders Edition at a significantly lower price point than the rest (think around the $350 price point) and supports 1080p HD gaming, most gamers will be happy with their current setups. You will end up with a card that you can purchase and use. This is especially true as many have wanted to upgrade his 2000, 1600 or 1000 series cards for years.
This could also mean Nvidia blowing the wind out of AMD’s sails instantly. If Team Green released this as a high-end budget card before Team Red dropped his own 7700 and 7600 series cards, the latter would be much more likely when they released the cheaper RDNA 3 cards. You’ll notice it’s a small market.