Gigabyte EEC Listing Confirms AMD RX 7600, Nvidia RTX 4060 Ti Cards for Launch
PC gamers looking for the latest and greatest GPUs other than the most expensive options have been waiting for months for solid new offerings from AMD and Nvidia that retail for under $800. We mentioned that they may be gearing up for a mainstream performance RDNA3 card launch around May.Gigabyte is now 11 GPU SKUs registered with Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) is a step the company has taken several weeks before a product goes on the market. It looks like the RTX 4060 Ti and RX 7600 will soon win the best graphics cards.
With nine different SKU models lined up for the RTX 4060 Ti, and a relatively small duo of models for the Radeon RX 7600 camp, Gigabyte’s grass-fed ratio, given the ratio of Nvidia and AMD GPUs submitted Considering Nvidia has a much larger share of the GPU market than AMD, this is not surprising. Team demand for green accelerators is simply higher than for red camp accelerators.
Consumers looking to get their hands on an AMD GPU will only have one model available from Gigabyte, with two variants. For Nvidia users, Gigabyte plans a number of different Gigabyte designs of his, scattered across the Windforce, Eagle, Gaming, Aero, and Aorus Extreme brands. All products except Aorus Extreme are available in stock and OC variants.
- Gigabyte Radeon RX 7600 8GB Gaming (GV-R76GAMING-8GD)
- Gigabyte Radeon RX 7600 8GB Gaming OC (GV-R76GAMING OC-8GD)
- Gigabyte GeForce RTX 4060 Ti AORUS Extreme 8GB (GV-N406TAORUS E-8GD)
- Gigabyte GeForce RTX 4060 Ti AERO OC 8GB (GV-N406TAERO OC-8GD)
- Gigabyte GeForce RTX 4060 Ti AERO 8GB (GV-N406TAERO-8GD)
- Gigabyte GeForce RTX 4060 Ti Gaming OC 8GB (GV-N406TGAMING OC-8GD)
- Gigabyte GeForce RTX 4060 Ti Gaming 8GB (GV-N406TGAMING-8GD)
- Gigabyte GeForce RTX 4060 Ti Eagle OC 8GB (GV-N406TEAGLE OC-8GD)
- Gigabyte GeForce RTX 4060 Ti Eagle 8GB (GV-N406TEAGLE-8GD)
- Gigabyte GeForce RTX 4060 Ti WindForce OC 8GB (GV-N406TWF2OC-8GD)
- Gigabyte GeForce RTX 4060 Ti WindForce 8GB (GV-N406TWF2-8GD)
It’s hard to be a gamer right now as the cost of living crisis (among other things) is hitting consumers’ spendable income. But as Intel’s first quarter results show, technology companies have been hit as well, which was the worst result in the company’s history. AMD’s financial results last quarter were similarly dismal. However, not only have median graphics card prices gone up over the last few years, but manufacturers’ launch strategies have also slowed, which has hit budget-conscious gamers double.
Both AMD and Nvidia launched their most expensive SKUs first and soaked up as much sales as possible. Nvidia is starting to lower its product stack with cards like at least the RTX 4070 but at $599 it’s far from true mainstream AMD on the other hand only has the RX 7900 XTX and XT since his December It offers. Gamers who couldn’t afford the high cost of his latest generation GPU had to stick with what was already running or opt for a previous generation card.
It looks like AMD has decided to skip the RX 7800/7700 series parts for now and jump straight to the lower tier RX 7600 instead. This should mean more reasonable pricing, but it also means the hardware specs will be considerably lower. Based on current leaks, the RX 7600 will have 28 RDNA3 compute units. It’s a schedule. This is the same number as his existing RX 6600, but with architectural enhancements that further improve performance. All that remains is to see pricing and actual performance, and mainstream gamers might find it worth considering.
As for Nvidia, RTX 4060 Ti rumors currently claim the card to have 34 streaming multiprocessors and 4,352 CUDA cores. That’s less than the 38 SMs in the previous-gen RTX 3060 Ti, but the Nvidia Ada Lovelace architecture tends to clock around 40% higher than the Ampere architecture, plus other things like DLSS 3 support. Beware of potential bonuses. Rumored price is $399, which is either at the bottom of the high-end bracket or firmly in mid-range territory depending on how you look at it.
I’m looking forward to getting both graphics cards in the future. At that point, we’ll run through those paces and see where we reach in the GPU benchmark tier.