NVIDIA RTX 4060 Ti drops to $379
Just one month after it was first released, the price went down by $20.
MSI has lowered the price of its cheapest RTX 40 model. The latest NVIDIA desktop graphics card has been less appealing to gamer crowds due to its low performance to price ratio and limited memory space of 8 gigabytes. The card ships with a full-fat AD106 GPU, 8GB GDDR6 128-bit memory and PCIe Express 4.0 interface limited to 8 lanes. At $399, this is hardly an upgrade over RTX 3060 Ti, which ships with more cores, twice as wide memory bus and a full 16 lane PCIe interface.
We predicted that RTX 4060 Ti price adjustment was inevitable, given the specs and though competition from AMD and Intel. A $20 discount to $379.99 is more of a necessity than a timed promotion. In comparison, the Ampere-based RTX 3060 Ti needed nearly two years to return to MSRP, but it was due to different circumstances.
The MSI card that has now been discounted is the Ventus 2X Black, interesting the model with factory-overclocking. This is not a deal limited to one retailer, in act, we can easily find the same deal at all large US retailers:
MSI RTX 4060 Ti Ventus 2X Black OC
NVIDIA and MSI will introduce RTX 4060 non-Ti models soon. This AD107-based card is set to launch on June 29th at $299. The price gap between both cards has now been reduced from $100 to $80, but the same price-dropping fate may still await the RTX 4060.