NVIDIA is set to launch its GeForce RTX 4060 Ti and RTX 4060 in May 2023, both of which will come with 8 GB of memory as standard. This information was confirmed through leaked screenshots of an MSI pre-built gaming desktop listing. The MSI MAG Infinite S3 will offer both GPU options, with CPU options ranging from the Intel Core i5-13400F to the i7-13700F. The desktop will also come with 16 GB of main memory and a 1 TB SSD as standard.

The 8 GB memory size confirms that the RTX 4060 series will be based on the "AD106" silicon, which has a 128-bit memory interface. This is a downgrade from the current RTX 3060, which offers 12 GB of GDDR6 memory across a 192-bit memory bus. However, the RTX 3060 Ti also offers just 8 GB of memory (over a 256-bit wide memory bus). With the "Ada" graphics architecture powering the RTX 40-series, NVIDIA has redesigned the memory sub-system of the GPU, with a greater emphasis on large on-die caches, reducing the reliance on discrete memory bandwidth.