Graphics Cards

Nvidia RTX 4060 Ti Founders Edition Review

Cost Per Frame

When talking about value for money and looking at the MSRP prices, which I feel is the fairest way to do things as card prices in some cases are still up and down, we can see that at 1080p based on the US MSRP that the 4060 Ti, even though it’s the newest kid on the block, offers up the best bang for buck in terms of performance at $2.69 per frame, while the 3060 Ti comes in 10% more expensive based on its MSRP launch price.

At 1440p, the trend continues the trend, coming in at $3.72 per frame, with the 3060 Ti coming in 7% more expensive overall.

Then, without sounding like a broken record, at 4K, it comes in 6% cheaper than its 30 series counterpart, though it’s here that we start to see pretty terrible value for money on the older 10 and 20 series cards.

In the UK at 1080p, the RTX 4060 Ti again comes out as the best card that money can buy at just £2.62 per frame, followed closely behind by its predecessor, the 3060 Ti which comes in 4% more expensive.

At 1440p, it’s the same story, though the gap does shrink slightly, now with the 3060 Ti only coming in around 2% more expensive per frame so if you’re already rocking one of these cards, it doesn’t look like it’s much of a worth upgrade if you’re planning to game at 1440p.

Then at 4K, the gap shrinks even more, with just 1% between both the 4060 Ti and 3060 Ti which both still offer significantly better value compared to the other cards we tested.

So it’s pretty clear that this latest generation card offers up great value across multiple resolutions, but it’s also one of the cheapest cards we’ve tested recently, so that kind of goes without saying, especially as AMD haven’t released anything around the same price as this since the last generation, but based on our performance figures, this would literally spank the likes of a 6600XT or 6650XT which comes in with the same price point of $399 MSRP.

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Peter Donnell

As a child still in my 30's, I spend my day combining my love of music and movies with a life-long passion for gaming, from arcade classics and retro consoles to the latest high-end PC and console games. So it's no wonder I write about tech and test the latest hardware while I enjoy my hobbies!

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