Nvidia’s new Lovelace architecture represents a quantum leap in 3D graphics. Not only has the basic graphics performance been improved as in every generation, ray tracing is now in the 2nd generation and has improved enormously. Ray tracing ensures that reflections and light incidence in games actually look realistic. In addition to ray tracing, the AI-relevant skills have also been improved and DLSS 3 has been made possible.
NVIDIA has been releasing the latest graphic cards for gamers and editors. To check the perfect GPU, you may know the basic parameters like FPS, TDP, Memory Clock, RAM and more. However, there are no differences in the storage system; the GeForce RTX 4070 Super is equipped in the same way as the normal model. As a result, there is 12 GB of GDDR6X memory on board, which is connected to the GPU via a 192-bit memory interface. The storage speed is again 21 Gbps and the bandwidth is accordingly half a terabyte per second.
With only 8 PCIe lanes, the GeForce RTX 4060 Ti is fundamentally not ideal for upgraders with older systems, and 16 GB of 128-bit graphics memory on a “Full HD graphics card” is still unquestionably a workaround for an issue that was initially introduced by the GPU manufacturers themselves. At the current reduced market pricing, the 16 GB variant has, at minimum, surpassed the perception threshold of possibly appealing graphics cards, correct?