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Updates of Nvidia’s GPUs may not deliver any enhancements!

It has been a couple of months since Nvidia introduced its RTX 40 Super-series of graphics cards. The RTX 4070 Super, RTX 4070 Ti Super, and RTX 4080 Super brought incremental improvements over their non-Super predecessors.

There have been discussions on how the lower-tier RTX 40 cards could have benefitted more from the Super treatment. According to recent information from a reputable source, there might be updates in store for the RTX 4060, RTX 4060 Ti, and surprisingly, the RTX 4070.

Based on a table shared by MEGAsizeGPU (via PCgamesN), it appears that the GeForce RTX 4060, 4060 Ti, and 4070 GPUs are expected to receive new updates. However, these updates may not bring significant changes,
as the new GPUs are likely to have similar specifications to their predecessors.

For instance, the current RTX 4060 features the AD107 GPU, while the updated version is expected to come with the AD106, the same chip found in the RTX 4060 Ti. Similarly, the updated RTX 4060 Ti is slated to ship with the AD104 GPU, which is currently used in the RTX 4070. Furthermore,
the updated RTX 4070 is anticipated to include the AD103 chip, also used in the RTX 4080.

While there might have been hopes for improvements such as increased shader, ray tracing, or Tensor core counts, along with more memory or wider bus, it seems these new chips will mirror the specifications of the GPUs they are replacing, resulting in no significant change.

If these reports hold true, it appears there won’t be any substantial upgrades. Many consumers would have appreciated additional features or performance enhancements. However, Nvidia, with its dominant market share, might not feel compelled to provide significant upgrades unless demanded by consumers. Additionally, Nvidia’s AI business continues to generate substantial revenue.

Among the RTX 40-series cards, the RTX 4060 Ti 16GB appears to be the one that could benefit the most from an upgrade. A performance boost over the 8GB version could help justify its higher price.

It’s likely that we’re still at least a year away from the release of Blackwell-based mid-range cards. Thus, there is still time for Nvidia to consider offering some form of Super upgrade for the RTX 4060 and RTX 4060 Ti.
Despite advancements in technologies like DLSS and Frame Generation, performance at native resolutions remains important.

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Updates of Nvidia’s GPUs may not deliver any enhancements!

It has been a couple of months since Nvidia introduced its RTX 40 Super-series of graphics cards. The RTX 4070 Super, RTX 4070 Ti Super, and RTX 4080 Super brought incremental improvements over their non-Super predecessors.

There have been discussions on how the lower-tier RTX 40 cards could have benefitted more from the Super treatment. According to recent information from a reputable source, there might be updates in store for the RTX 4060, RTX 4060 Ti, and surprisingly, the RTX 4070.

Based on a table shared by MEGAsizeGPU (via PCgamesN), it appears that the GeForce RTX 4060, 4060 Ti, and 4070 GPUs are expected to receive new updates. However, these updates may not bring significant changes,
as the new GPUs are likely to have similar specifications to their predecessors.

For instance, the current RTX 4060 features the AD107 GPU, while the updated version is expected to come with the AD106, the same chip found in the RTX 4060 Ti. Similarly, the updated RTX 4060 Ti is slated to ship with the AD104 GPU, which is currently used in the RTX 4070. Furthermore,
the updated RTX 4070 is anticipated to include the AD103 chip, also used in the RTX 4080.

While there might have been hopes for improvements such as increased shader, ray tracing, or Tensor core counts, along with more memory or wider bus, it seems these new chips will mirror the specifications of the GPUs they are replacing, resulting in no significant change.

If these reports hold true, it appears there won’t be any substantial upgrades. Many consumers would have appreciated additional features or performance enhancements. However, Nvidia, with its dominant market share, might not feel compelled to provide significant upgrades unless demanded by consumers. Additionally, Nvidia’s AI business continues to generate substantial revenue.

Among the RTX 40-series cards, the RTX 4060 Ti 16GB appears to be the one that could benefit the most from an upgrade. A performance boost over the 8GB version could help justify its higher price.

It’s likely that we’re still at least a year away from the release of Blackwell-based mid-range cards. Thus, there is still time for Nvidia to consider offering some form of Super upgrade for the RTX 4060 and RTX 4060 Ti.
Despite advancements in technologies like DLSS and Frame Generation, performance at native resolutions remains important.

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