Specifications and PCB:
In terms of frequency, the base frequency is announced at 2310 MHz while the Boost is at 2535 MHz. The 8 GB of G-DDR6X memory runs at 2250 MHz (288… 554 GB/s) on a 128 bit bus. Since this is the reference card offered by NVIDIA, the frequencies are also reference frequencies. We can therefore compare them with partner cards to see if they benefit from factory overclocking.
A quick look at GPU-Z to check that the information read is correct. The GPU frequency is 2310 MHz, and the Boost frequency is 2535 MHz. Don’t forget that the latter will be higher during benchmarks depending on the quality of your chip and determined by GPU Boost 4.0. The memory has a frequency of 2250 MHz.
Let’s unpack the PCB:
As we hinted to you, we did not disassemble our RTX 4060 Ti at the moment. The process is quite long and the timing for the test publication did not allow us to do it in good conditions especially with the update of our entire graphics.