Nvidia whistleblower Kopite7kimi claims that Nvidia will use the smallest Ada Lovelace series chip for the XX60 class of RTX 40 desktop graphics cards.
Nvidia may use the smallest Ada Lovelace graphics chip in addition to laptop-specific chips in its desktop line of products. Kopite claims that the Vision Desktop RTX 4060 graphics card also uses the AD107 chip with 3072 CUDA cores. This means that both the desktop version and the mobile version of the RTX 4060 will benefit from the full version of this graphics processor.
The source went on to mention that the RTX 4060 has 8GB of GDDR6 memory on a 128-bit bus interface. This means that the RTX 4060 Ti and RTX 4060 both share a bandwidth of 288 GB/s.
The power consumption of this card (probably TDP) is also estimated at 115 watts, which is the maximum amount of the laptop chip of this model. In fact, it seems that the RTX 4060 desktop and laptop model They have much more in common than what was seen in this series of Nvidia products.
Neither RTX 4060 Ti nor RTX 4060 graphics cards have a specific release date. But according to the details of the technical specifications of this card, we can say that we are probably one to two months away from the release of official information from Nvidia.