MSI GeForce RTX 4060 series listed for up to $329, a $50 gap between MSI’s RTX 4060 Ti and non-Ti models

Published: Jun 26th 2023, 11:41 GMT   Comments

MSI RTX 4060 graphics cards costs $299 to $329

European retailers have already began listing the RTX 4060 non-Ti graphics card last week with prices reaching as high as €499, but those were early offers that may not reflect final pricing that should be confirmed later this week. On the other hand, we have Newegg, which tends to list new cards early, but those prices do not change before launch.

This is the first sign of RTX 4060 being launched at an MSRP of $299 and the first factory-overclocked models with US pricing above that level. MSI has three cards waiting for the launch on Thursday, with Ventus 2X Black edition at $299.00 and two Gaming models, either with factory OC or without it. Interestingly, both cards are listed at the same price of $329.99.

GeForce RTX 4060, Source: Newegg

Should this pricing be final, MSI will only have one card for the MSRP review embargo which lifts on Wednesday. The Gaming and Gaming X models will be part of the non-MSRP review coverage which is expected a day later, exactly when the these cards are expected to launch.

We are looking at an $80 price difference between RTX 4060 Ti and non-Ti Ventus 2X SKUs and a $100 gap between Gaming models. The difference between the cheapest MSI RTX 4060 Ti and the most expensive RTX 4060 is just $50.

Source: Newegg

Many thanks to Joeyquick71 for the tip!

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