It's always interesting to get a behind-the-scenes look at cancelled prototype hardware.
Before you get on me for calling this a cancelled prototype, Here's the thing.: This "4060" has 10.5GHz (21 GT/s ) memory, and there appears to be 12GB of it, although the heat pads are covering 2 of the chips.
This is very possibly the missing FE board for the "4070 Ti / 4080 12GB", or at the very least this became the RTX 4070.
Looking at it a different way, what do we think the TDP of this board is? I'm not as expert on this, especially when I can't see the part numbers. I know the 3060 Ti had 8 similar-looking phases for it's 200W TDP (25W/phase), and the 3070 Ti had 9 phases for 290W (32.2W/phase). The RTX 4080 FE had 13 phases for 320W (24.6W/phase)
I'm seeing 9 phases on this 'RTX 4060'. It seems more reasonable that the power delivery was designed for a 225W - 290W TDP, opposed to the <170W TDPs we've seen out of RTX xx60 series cards, so far.