Custom RTX 4060 Ti are priced up to $470
Gigabyte is the first board partner to confirm pricing for their RTX 4060 Ti series.
The RTX 4060 Ti introduced earlier this week is the first graphics card from the Ada Lovelace family to fall under $400, an official NVIDIA’s MSRP (Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price) for this card. Like with every launch, gamers will see MSRP and non-MSRP GPUs, and Gigabyte appears to be the first brand to reveal pricing for their cards.
The full RTX 4060 Ti Gigabyte series has now been listed by two large US retailers, and prices are identical for both. This means we now have an overview of how much will custom designs cost:
- NVIDIA RTX 4060 Ti Founders Edition: MSRP $399
- GIGABYTE RTX 4060 Ti Eagle (non-OC): MSRP: $399
- GIGABYTE RTX 4060 Ti Eagle OC: MSRP: $419
- GIGABYTE RTX 4060 Ti Gaming OC: MSRP: $429
- GIGABYTE RTX 4060 Ti Aero OC: MSRP: $449
- GIGABYTE RTX 4060 Ti Aorus Elite: MSRP: $469
Gigabyte will launch one MSRP card, the Eagle non-OC, while the factory-overclocked version will cost $20 more. The Gaming OC, Aero OC and Aorus Elite will subsequently cost $20 more as we progress in the ladder from the lowest to highest-end SKUs. The most expensive card will retail at $469.99, so just $30 short from reaching RTX 4060 Ti 16GB MSRP of $499.
We are yet to learn the full details on the custom RTX 4060 Ti cards from AIBs, such as how much power limit will be unlocked for manual adjustment. What we are seeing more often with affordable cards these days is artificial lock for TDP adjustment. Hopefully, this won’t be the case with RTX 4060 Ti, but one must remember there is a $100 pricier RTX 4060 Ti 16GB card launching in two months. At some point, or maybe already like with AORUS Elite, the pricing will get uncomfortably close to MSRP of the 16GB variant, which should be a more future-proof option anyway.
Unfortunately, there is no pricing for ASUS, MSI or GALAX, all of which have official US stores where we can see retailer’s MSRP. Retailers have not listed them either.