Frankly, we don't need to conduct an exhaustive test on the GeForce RTX 4060 Ti 8GB to inform you that it represents shockingly poor value. This new 8GB GPU, priced at $400, is woefully inadequate.
Welcome back to our GPU pricing update series. We thought this would be an uneventful month until both Nvidia and AMD decided to get the ball rolling with their new mid-range and mainstream GPUs.
The big picture: The world has gone mad for AI. Setting aside what the latest AI models are actually good for, it is not surprising that investors are looking for stocks with "AI exposure." Unfortunately, this turns out to be a fairly short list at the moment, and at the top of that list is Nvidia.
We dust off the old GeForce RTX 2070 to see how it holds up against the newer RTX 4070. Of course, the idea is to measure how much faster the new GPU is, and is it a viable upgrade after 5 years?
Here's an extensive benchmark session comparing the new GeForce RTX 4070 with its more formal tie-wearing sibling, the RTX 4070 Ti, to determine whether the Ti is worth the extra $200.
Today we're revisiting the battle between the most reasonable previous-gen high-end GPUs: the AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT and Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 10GB, in 50 games at 1440p and 4K.