ASUS has just announced its NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 graphic cards for its ROG Strix, ASUS Dual, and ProArt series. These are poised to launch new gamers or those who need an upgrade directly to high-fidelity 1080p.
ROG Strix GeForce RTX 4060
The ROG Strix GeForce RTX 4060 shares the same powerful cooling solution and cyberpunk aesthetic as the RTX 4060 Ti, counterpart. The RTX 4060 variant requires only an 8-pin connector and a 3.1-slot design that is 311.4mm long.
Despite the more compact dimensions, it still has a lot of surface area on its Max Contact heatsink for airflow. It also has three new 11-blade ASUS Axial-tech fans which are capable of pushing 21% more air volume than previous models.
The GPU also has a massive vented backplate that gives heat another pathway to exhaust from a PC.
The latest ROG Strix GPU also has performance and quiet modes with a dual BIOS switch. You can also connect PC case fans to two FanConnect II headers and light it up with a ring of ARGB tail lights compatible with Aura Sync.
ProArt and Dual Options
Meanwhile, the Dual or ProArt GeForce RTX 4060 share the same silicon and 8GB of VRAM but come in classic black or white colorways but foregoes RGB for a more muted styling.
The ProArt GeForce RTX 4060 offers clean lines, sophisticated colors, and contoured surfaces. The card also comes with a 3-month subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud with up to USD 238.47 value.
The Dual and Dual White GeForce RTX 4060 graphics cards feature two of the latest 11-blade Axial-tech fans which puts the entire card at just 227 mm long. It also comes equipped with a Dual BIOS switch, allowing you to toggle between performance and quiet modes.
Both the ProArt and Dual GeForce RTX 4060 leverage the same robust Auto-Extreme technology as the ROG Strix GeForce RTX 4060, giving you peace of mind that these cards will be gaming with them for many years to come.
Pricing and Availability
The ROG Strix GeForce RTX 4060, ASUS Dual, and ProArt GPUs are priced at:
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