The situation in the graphics card market continues to be more than curious. With new generations that have not yet settled and prices that do not stop rising, many gamers are dissatisfied with the new generations of GPUs. From NVIDIA’s side, it looked like the RTX 4060 Ti was coming to correct this problem a bitbut the data that two assemblers give us suggests that they can become part of a worrying situation in the current scenario, and the key is in your VRAM.
In recent months, if there is one thing that is becoming clear, it is that VRAM is once again the protagonist in the PC gaming scene. With video games that slurp it up like the richest lemonade, many users are left dissatisfied by not having the optimal amount of memory for current titles. 8 GB of VRAM is pretty much a thing of the past.
The RTX 4060 Ti will have 8 GB of VRAM
Now, thanks to the information provided by Gigabyte and Palit, two of the assemblers that work with NVIDIA, we know that the RTX 4060 Ti may be half obsolete on the market. According to a record of the Eurasian Economic Commission by Gigabyte, the RTX 4060 Ti will arrive with 8 GB of VRAM and a 128-bit bus. This has been accidentally confirmed by Palit, another assembler, through a Russian retailer, according to the English-language portal Videocardz.
If we take into account that the RTX 3060 Ti also had 8 GB of VRAM GDDR6X and a 192-bit bus, it is understood that enthusiasts have doubts with this new GPU. Of course, it seems that the green team is not alone, since the Gigabyte leak also indicates that the AMD RX 7600 it will have the same amount of memory, a missed opportunity for the red team.
A few days ago he told the curious story of an RTX 3070 modified to have 16 GB of VRAM, and how this had managed not only to access superior graphic options, but also to stabilize the gaming experience in Resident Evil 4 Remake. It is increasingly clear that the memory of our GPUs need a generational leapbut it seems that we will have to wait for the RTX 5000 and RX 8000 for this to reach the mid-range.
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