Budget gaming PC purchasers are still waiting for desktop Nvidia RTX 4060 graphics card models, but there's a good possibility it'll be a laptop GPU in disguise. The entry-level model would rather have a smaller Ada Lovelace chip than a beefier one with scaled-up specs.
The most common graphics card choices for PCs are their gaming laptop counterparts. For example, the recently released RTX 4090 mobile chip is twice as fast as the desktop RTX 4070 Ti (slightly misleading naming convention, but nonetheless technically impressive nonetheless). Yet, the upcoming AD107 GPU looks to be equally efficient on laptops and desktops.
The most recent insider information from Kopite7kimi discusses possible RTX 4060 specs, including GPU specifics. The GeForce card is said to include a 128-bit memory bus and 8GB GDDR6 RAM, as well as Nvidia's famous RTX 4060 Ti chips.
Nvidia loves taking specs rumors seriously at the last second, particularly if the next-gen 60-series card costs more than the RTX 3060.
If you're looking for something more powerful, we recommend checking out our Nvidia RTX 4070 Ti review. The latest GeForce graphics card costs a bit less than the RTX 4080, but offers access to DLSS 3 performance enhancement features.