Back in April, Inno3D introduced their fastest graphics card ever — the GeForce GTX480. But the retail price of Php25k then was expensive for a lot of gamers so they’ve come up with the cheaper GeForce GTX 460.
This brand new graphics card from Inno3D carries the same “Fermi” architecture as the ones in the GTX470 and GTX480 but just in the mid-range level. There are two variations actually — a GTX 460 768MB 192-bit and GTX 460 1GB 256-bit.
GeForce GTX 460 specs:
GPU: GF104 @ 675MHz / 40nm
Shader Processors: 336 @ 1350MHz
Streaming Multiprocessors: 7
Memory: 768MB (192-bit) / 1GB (256-bit) GDDR5
ROPs: 32 (1GB version) / 24 (768MB version)
Texture units: 56
TDP: 160 watts (1GBMB) / 150 watts (768MB)
The GPU is also over-clocker friendly with some results in the 850MHz range (around 25% increase in clock-speed).
The 768MB version will retail for $199 (about Php9,400) while the 1GB model has a retail price of $229 or about Php10,800.
P.S. The GTX 460 shown here was won during their Poker Tournament event.