RTX 4060 Ti benchmark leaks – 4060 Ti performance
RTX 4060 Ti - benchmarked
Today we bring you everything there is to learn from RTX 4060 Ti benchmark leaks, and there are plenty of leaks around out there to take a look at. The performance of the RTX 4060 Ti is something many of us have been waiting to find out about. Definitely something to check out before you go scrambling to find where to buy one.
Nvidia themselves released a whole host of performance tests in popular and modern games. While that’s a good metric for players, we also want to take a look at how early hardware benchmarks for RTX 4060 Ti cards are shaping up shortly before its release date.
RTX 4060 Ti benchmark leaks
Wccftech spotted the scores for the RTX 4060 Ti in early benchmark leaks. A user has uploaded the scores to Geekbench, using the Geekbench 5.4.5 version.
Coming in with an overall CUDA score of 146,170, this sees a noticeable improvement over the last-gen 3060 Ti, which could generally only manage up to 138,000, depending on the model. This is already around 15% faster, a worthy generational gap. That’s without DLSS 3 frame generation as well, which enhances the 4060 Ti’s performance even further.
This particular benchmark was performed on a Z790 Taichi Carrara (motherboard) system, with a i9-13900K CPU on board as well. All the key hardware details are just below. Keep in mind that this is for the upcoming 8GB version of the card, with the 16GB variant due to follow it up.
You can view the full Geekbench listing here.
Nvidia have been showing off the big performance increases themselves, including within games (more on that below) and popular programs such as Blender. You can see the relative performance below at 1080p. We can see a massive improvement, especially thanks to the improved DLSS and ray tracing capabilities of the 4000 series.
RTX 4060 Ti gaming performance
A quick follow-up to what we’ve already discussed.
There are plenty of things to delve into from the hardware scores and ratings, but how does that translate to in-game performance? We’d say that many gamers want to hear exactly how many frames they’ll be getting in their favourite games.
Luckily for us, Nvidia have already done the heavy lifting when it comes to showing off in-game performance. There’s plenty to read about for the 1080p framerates, but there are some hints here and there about 1440p and 4K too, though averaged out. The 4060 Ti is seen as a ‘1080p performance champ’, perfect for ultra settings and ray tracing alike.
They go on to talk about how the Ada architecture frame generation from DLSS 3 is being more rapidly adopted by games than DLSS 2 was, meaning the support is plentiful for the 40-series. Advertising that DLSS is now available in over 300 games and apps.
For competitive games, Nvidia advertise super high-fps in titles that require it. At 1080p with Reflex on and boosted, you can expect low latency and high frames – even at max settings.
- Counter-Strike 2: 330 FPS / 8.3ms latency
- Overwatch 2: 260 FPS / 9.8ms latency
- Valorant: 350 FPS / 81.ms latency
RTX 4060 Ti benchmark FAQs
Is the RTX 4060 Ti better than the 3060 Ti?
As a step up in generation, you expect the RTX 4060 Ti to be more powerful – and it is. It also boasts lower, more efficient power consumption.
Early benchmarks reveal the RTX 4060 Ti is 15% faster than the 3060 Ti.
What resolution is best for RTX 4060 Ti?
Nvidia labels the RTX 4060 Ti as a champion of 1080p performance. This means it’s more than capable for modern games, with max settings and ray tracing turned on.
In less demanding titles or settings, the RTX 4060 Ti is easily capable of smooth 1440p gameplay, but it will struggle more once you jump up to 4K.
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