At Custom PC, we’ve started getting accustomed to seeing uniquely adorable graphics cards, such as the Colorful Meow lineup, and Yeston has also been attempting to tug our hearts with its latest Cute Pet lineup. The latest cartoony graphics card in town is the Yeston Cute Pet Nvidia RTX 4060 Ti, which greets you with a big anime bear smile. It’s both adorable and terrifying in equal measure.
Inspired by Yeston’s Cute Pet mascot, this new GeForce RTX 4060 Ti card features the face of the heavily Animal Crossing-inspired bear as the focus point of its design. What could have been a plain-looking pair of fans on the cooler have become the eyes of the teddy bear character, and its ears, nose, and mouth are also present on the front of the graphics card.
Yeston has even taken the Cute Pet theming even further with this card’s unique lighting. Yeston has dubbed it the ‘Meow Star’ lighting system, which makes the mascot’s facial features glow. In contrast, the graphics card’s backplate has a more delicate and toned-down design, though it carries on the charming baby-blue color scheme. Heat disperses through the floral cut-out patterns, while a white floral design runs alongside the DisplayPort output and three HDMI ports.
Those looking to make this adorable and unique graphics card a part of their rig are in luck, as it’s currently on sale. Available on the official Yeston online store, the Yeston Cute Pet GeForce RTX 4060 Ti price is $479, saving you $20 on the original MRSP.
Sadly, $479 is still overpriced for the GPU power on offer, especially as this card is based on the 8GB version. We found the RTX 4060 Ti 8GB underwhelming in our review, even at its $399 stock price, with its lack of VRAM and narrow 128-bit memory interface putting some game settings out of its reach. The new Radeon RX 7800 XT is a much better buy for just over $500, though it sadly doesn’t come in a Cute Pet version yet.
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