Nvidia has released a new variant of its GeForce RTX 4060 Ti graphics card with 16 GB of graphics memory. This follows the controversy surrounding the pre-selected tests of the RTX 4060. However, the 16 GB version comes with a hefty price increase of 120 euros or 30% more than the 8 GB version. Currently, the card is only available as a partner card and not directly from Nvidia. While partners have control over product pricing, Nvidia still has influence over specs and pricing. The initial launch price was set at 540 euros, but the card is now available for as low as 520 euros in some places. Aside from the increased memory capacity and 5 watts more thermal design power, the 16 GB version shares the same specifications as the 8 GB version. It offers around 57% of the memory transfer rate and 76% of the computing power compared to the GeForce RTX 4070, which is priced at 600 euros. Overall, the 16 GB variant is 13% cheaper than its larger sister with 12 GB of memory. Nvidia had announced the availability of the 4060 series three months ago. Initial tests of the RTX 4060 Ti revealed concerns about its limited memory capacity, but with twice the amount, the 16 GB version is well-equipped for its performance class.