NVIDIA will launch its RTX 4060 next week, but as expected, it has kept secret the performance of the smaller AD107 GPU than those we find today in its cards. This more affordable offering—with a suggested retail price of $299— It will reportedly feature 3,072 CUDA cores, 24 RT cores, 96 Tensor cores, 96 TMUs, and 32 ROPs.
It is likely that it will also have 8 GB of GDDR6 memory via a 128-bit memory bus, although little else was known about this card, at least until now, as Benchleaks has discovered the first results of the tests. via a leak on the Geekbench database and has posted these details as discovered.
As we can see, two performance tests were carried out in Geekbench 6 with a team that It had an Intel Core i5-13600K, an ASUS Z790 ROG APEX motherboard, DDR5-6000 memory, and the GeForce RTX 4060 we’re talking about today.where the results with the Vulkan API returned a score of 99,419, while using OpenCL the score was 105,630.
In principle, the RTX 4060 is about 12% faster (on Vulkan) than its direct predecessor, the RTX 3060. The difference is extended with its performance in OpenCL, where it offers a jump of 18% compared to the previous card.
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