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Point of View debuts GeForce GTX 460

Posted on Monday, July 12 2010 @ 12:23:34 CEST by

Some more GeForce GTX 460 graphics cards arrive from Point of View, they've got 768MB and 1GB models with the reference clockspeeds.
Get ready for the graphics card with the ultimate price versus performance ratio! The GeForce 400 series has proven to be an excellent choice for gamers worldwide. Excellent gaming performance and rendering features and strong multimedia functionalities through its supported DX11 and CUDA technologies.

The GeForce GTX 460 Series takes performance a giant step further with one of the best GPUs ever made. Whilst the standard GPU core runs on a moderate 650 MHz, speeds exceeding 800 MHz have been recorded in our OC research labs. The secret can be found in a very successful GPU production batch; creating a GPU that runs extremely cool.

Available will be two versions with respectively 768 MB and 1024 MB DDR5 graphics memory. Both cards feature the same amount of 336 shader processors which run on 1350 MHz. Also the availability of double Dual link DVI and mini HDMI connector are the same.

When gaming on the full high definition resolution of 1080P (or 1920x1200) the ideal choice would be the 1024MB version. If your LCD monitor runs on a lower resolution the 768MB is more than sufficient. And we are talking about ‘all settings high’! Great frame rates all max detail! If that’s not enough, there’s always the possibility to use two GTX460 cards in a monstrous SLI setup!

The out-of-the-box performance of a single GTX 460 is more than sufficient to run every game available on the market. Next-gen features and upgradability make this graphics card an excellent choice for those who are looking for a future proof purchase.



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