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Monday, July 12, 2010
New Nvidia GeForce GTX 460 is Here


Nvidia has officially released the GTX 460 is the first graphics card that will be able to play today's Direct X 11 titles at high resolution - 1920x1200 - with playable frame rates, for under $230.

Compared to the GeForce 8800 GT, for example, the GTX 460 provides 4.5x the geometry horsepower, up to 2.6x the gaming performance, 4.5x the PhysX performance, and 3D Vision in full 1080P HD, according to Nvidia.





The GTX 460 is based on Nvidia's new 40nm GF104 Fermi GPU. It has 56 texture units, 336 CUDA cores and clocks of 675 MHz for the GPU, 1350 MHz for the shaders and a memory clock of 3600 MHz. Additionally, the model has a power draw of 160W and a pair of 6-pin connectors meant to provide said energy. The comapny offers two versions of its newcomer. One has 768MB of GDDR5 and a memory interface of 192 bits, whereas the other has 1GB VRAM and an interface of 256 bits.





Nvidia's parnters Asus (ENGTX460), MSI (N460GTX CYCLONE), Zotac, Inno3D and others are already offering their products based on the GTX 460.

Below you can see comparison among the Nvidia's new GTX460 and the company's GTX480, GTX470 and GTX465 graphics cards:

  GeForce GTX 460 1GB GeForce GTX 460 768MB GeForce GTX 480 GeForce GTX 470 GeForce GTX 465
Process
40nm
GPU clock
675MHz
700MHz
607MHz
607MHz
CUDA clock
1,350MHz
1,401MHz
1,215MHz
1,215MHz
Number of CUDA Cores
336(7)
480(15)
448(14)
336(7)
Texture units
56
60
56
44
Memory
1,024MB GDDR5
768MB GDDR5
1,536MB GDDR5
1,280MB GDDR5
1024MB GDDR5
Memory clock
3,600MHz
3,696MHz
3,348MHz
3,206MHz
Memory interface
256bit
192bit
384bit
320bit
256bit
Memory bandwidth
115.2GB/sec
86.4GB/sec
177.4GB/sec
133.9GB/sec
102.6GB/sec
Number of ROP units
32
24
48
40
32
Power consumption
160W
150W
250W
215W
200W




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