Product: EVGA GeForce GTX 460 SuperClocked 1024MB EE
Company: EVGA
Authour: James Prior
Editor: Charles Oliver
Date: August 17th, 2010
EVGA GeForce GTX 460 SuperClocked 1GB EE Review

Rage3D is pleased to present, courtesy of the kind folk at EVGA, our first Fermi-based NVIDIA GeForce review. In the hot seat today is EVGA's GeForce GTX 460 SuperClocked 1024MB EE (External Exhaust) video card, ready to bring the pain to AMD's VISION Premium mid and high-level enthusiast cards.

The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 comes in two variants, an 896MB model and a 1GB model. However, the differences go a little deeper - to the core, in fact, as there are differences in the graphics processor affixed to the 896MB card versus the 1GB model. We have the 1GB variant to test today - SuperClocked, to boot - with the higher memory bus width and ROP count.

EVGA GeForce GTX 460 1GB Super Clocked
EVGA GeForce GTX 460 1GB Super Clocked

Product Highlights

  • $220USD MSRP

  • GF104 'Fermi' 40nm Core with 1.95Bn Transistors

  • 336 CUDA Cores with 512KB L2 Cache (Total)

  • 7 Streaming Multiprocessors (SM) in 2 Graphics Processing Clusters (GPC)

  • Factory Over Clocked 763MHz Core Clock / 1526MHz Shader Clock (Stock - 675/1350)

  • Factory Over Clocked 1GB GDDR5 950MHz/3800QDR (Stock 900MHz/3600QDR)

  • 256-bit Memory Interface with 115.2GB/sec Bandwidth

  • 2 Dual-Link DVI-I outputs + 1 mini-HDMI with full slot external exhaust

  • Dual Slot PCIe x16 2.0 Form Factor, 8.25" long

  • Two PCIe 6-Pin 75W Power connectors, 160W TDP

  • HDMI 7.1 Audio with Dolby True-HD / DTS-HD Master Audio Bit Stream Support

Today's test will investigate the performance of the EVGA GeForce GTX 460 SC 1GB against some serious competition - 5 cards, all looking to see if they are still relevant options for mid-range enthusiast gamer. 

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