ASUS ProArt RTX 4060 Ti 16G graphics card launched, priced at $529

ASUS has just launched the ProArt series RTX 4060 Ti 16G graphics card, and it’s not like the usual gaming graphics cards. This one is made with creators in mind. It’s designed to help people who make cool things like art and videos. Exciting news: you can get your hands on this graphics card on Jingdong for $529. That’s a pretty good deal!

In terms of design, this graphics card adopts the design language of ASUS ProArt product line, 3 fans for heat dissipation, and 2.5 slots thick.

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ASUS Unveils ProArt Series RTX 4060 Ti 16G Graphics Card: A Creative Powerhouse for Art and Video Creators!

Nvidia has shared that in many games, the two types of GeForce RTX 4060 Ti (with 8GB and 16GB) can perform equally well when set to the best quality settings. Sometimes, certain games might offer an extra option to use bigger texture packs and use more video memory. A few games work slightly better on the 8GB version of the 4060 Ti when set to “high quality” mode, while the 16GB version shines when the maximum quality settings are enabled. It’s good to know that both versions of the graphics card offer great performance for gamers to enjoy their favorite games.

GeForce RTX graphics cards do more than just gaming – they’re like super tools for lots of creative stuff worldwide. Think 3D cartoons, cool videos, moving graphics, and amazing photos. Also, they’re big helpers for making designs, showing buildings even before they’re built, super smart tech, and showing things live online.

Nvidia, the company that makes these cards, says people in different jobs love using them. Sometimes, special computer memory is needed for big projects. Like, when you’re fixing up a super clear video or making a huge building scene on the computer. These cards make all these tasks smoother and cooler!

ASUS ProArt RTX 4060 Ti 16G graphics card

ASUS ProArt RTX 4060 Ti 16G graphics card

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