Newegg - Gigabyte NEW LP RTX 4060 8GB triple-fan dual-slot $329. (New Product!)

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Holy **** that's a small card for a not outrageous price!

Wish there were more of this kind of thing out in the world, like what is the smallest package we can get a 4080 into without losing more than 10% performance etc.
 

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ETAprime is doing content on it now too. He'll have a follow up with it in a small build.


This is the niche where the 4060 can shine. Otherwise a poor value when the 67xx series has been hitting as low as $299 at times. And the 7600 has been down to $230.
 

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Wishing for low profile more entry level derived from GF 3xxx or 4xxx to be released for HTPC (advanced HD 4K/8K decode/transcode), and casual gaming. Maybe in the $100 ~ $125 range. Pipe dream!
 
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Wishing for low profile more entry level derived from GF 3xxx or 4xxx to be released for HTPC (advanced HD 4K/8K decode), and casual gaming. Maybe in the $100 ~ $125 range. Pipe dream!
Why Nvidia? If HTPC duty is the goal, why not an ARC A380 low profile for $120? https://www.newegg.com/asrock-arc-a380-a380-lp-6g/p/N82E16814930110

I have been gaming on my A380, and it can definitely do casual gaming well enough. I was playing Spiderman Miles Morales 1080 with XeSS quality with high ray traced reflections and getting 45+fps. You could play without RT or lock it to 45fps and have a blast.

I should note you need a fairly beefy CPU for Spiderman ray tracing. However I am of the opinion RT is more than casual so no big deal.