NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 (Ti) Founders Edition has been pictured as well
"As a reminder, the RTX 4060 Ti is alleged to feature an AD106-350 GPU with 4352 CUDA cores. It is to feature 8GB of GDDR6 memory and only a 128-bit memory bus. Furthermore, the TDP will be reduced on this model to 160W, from 200W on the upcoming RTX 4070.
Meanwhile, the RTX 4060 is to use entry-level AD107-400 GPU instead. This would be the full implementation with 3072 CUDA cores. No changes to the memory config are expected, but the TDP should drop even lower to just 115W. Both models are to feature PCIe Gen4 x8 interface."
Looks like Jensen is learning from Radeon on how to save pennies on their lower end cards. Ampere 3060 had PCI-E x16 while 6600XT had PCI-E x8. Now Lovelace 4060 Ti has that x8 nonsense. It also has 8GB of vram with 128 bit bus which is yuck even if it does have comparatively more L2 cache than 3060 Ti to help. The pricing will be key of course.
PC Specs: CPU: 7800X3D || GPU: Strix 4090 || RAM: 32GB DDR5 6000 || Main SSD: WD 2TB SN850