It seems graphics card customers are voting with their feet when it comes to the new Nvidia GeForce RTX 4060 Ti 8GB card. from Team Green’s market, putting an 8GB card on sale now for an MSRP of US$399 while a beefier 16GB model is waiting in the wings for July that should be available for around US$499. It was previously reported that outlets were expecting the worst for the RTX 4060 Ti and those expectations seem to have come true.
According to news and social networks posts Outside of Japan, reception of the Nvidia GeForce RTX 4060 Ti 8GB desktop graphics card has been rather frosty. Despite numerous advertisements for the different AiB variants of the card, it seems that only one soul was interested in buying the RTX 4060 Ti from “Dospara Akihabara Main Store” early on, as Akihabara is a major shopping district for electronics. in Tokyo. As VideoCardz pointed out, buyers in Japan would have to shell out the equivalent of around US$500 for an 8GB RTX 4060 Ti, despite the card struggling to show real value for money in terms of performance.
Even more telling of the current common perception that the 8GB RTX 4060 Ti is frankly a bit of a rip-off, another report claims that a major German retailer has already reduced the price of one of the card’s variants. In this case, a Palit SKU was priced at €419 (~449 USD) when it was supposed to be sold for €439 (~471 USD). As of this writing, Mindfactory is now offering the Palit GeForce RTX 4060 Ti Dual Active 8GB graphics card for €435 (~$467). Although 8GB of RAM is still considered just about adequate for gaming in 2023, many have been baffled by Nvidia’s pricing policy for this seemingly unloved card, which seems destined for a bin-resident future. at advantageous prices.
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