Asus NVIDIA GTX 460 768MB TOP Graphics Card £116.31 @ Scan [Free delivery for AV forum members] - HotUKDeals
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DIRECTCU THERMAL SOLUTION & 700MHZ TOP EDITION!

- ASUS Exclusive Voltage Tweak Technology for up to 50% performance

- ASUS Exclusive DirectCU Thermal Solution: Two 8mm flattened copper heat-pipes to contact GPU directly for up to 20% COOLER than generic GeForce GTX460


• 700 MHz engine clock overclocked

GTX 460
Chipset Features: Microsoft DirectX® 11
NVIDIA nView Multi-Display Technology
NVIDIA PhysX™-Ready
OpenGL 4.0
PureVideo HD
Manufacturing process: 40 nm
Cores: 336
Core Clock: 700 MHz
Shader Clock: 1400 MHz
Memory: 768MB
Memory Bit Rate: 192 Bit
Memory Type: GDDR5
Memory Clock: 3680 MHz
Cooling: Fan
Interface: PCI-E 2.0 (x16)
Connectivity: 2 x Dual Link DVI-I
1 x mini HDMI
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#1
Hot price for a GTX 460.
#2
This deal may expire within the hour. Be quick if you want to buy at this price, it may be £8 more at 13:00 ...
#3
gone up to £122
#4
sory is this better than the older ati 4850?
#5
alfie786
gone up to £122


still £116.31 on today only page. wont be long till it changes usually 2ish.

much better than a 4850. more like a 4890 in performance iirc.
#6
Better than a 4890 !
CPU Benchmark
Probably for the 1GB model, so subtract 10%
#7
hmm in comparision to todays ATI card hmm how much is a 5850...

ohh i see around £185+


but the memory bandwidth is less than the rest of the 460 right 190mb

Edited By: alfie786 on Nov 03, 2010 13:06: more info
#8
im missing 10% of screen on my sony LCD TV not showing the whole screen with full res why with my 4850 hence why im thikning chnage and get better card
#9
alfie786
im missing 10% of screen on my sony LCD TV not showing the whole screen with full res why with my 4850 hence why im thikning chnage and get better card


Can you not use the catalyst control centre to stretch the visable display ?
http://www.avforums.com/forums/attachments/lcd-led-lcd-tvs/44087d1166868627-le32r7-problems-ati-ccc.jpg


Edited By: djfluff on Nov 03, 2010 13:26: ..
#10
djfluff
Better than a 4890 !
CPU Benchmark
Probably for the 1GB model, so subtract 10%


fair enough :)

alfie786
im missing 10% of screen on my sony LCD TV not showing the whole screen with full res why with my 4850 hence why im thikning chnage and get better card


you can probably sort that using catalyst control center. if you go into CCC and go to desktops and displays and right click on the small display icon at the bottom and hit configure. then tick enable gpu scaling and go to scaling options tab. HTH
#11
"- ASUS Exclusive Voltage Tweak Technology for up to 50% performance " - LOL
Mmm underclocking !
#12
djfluff
This deal may expire within the hour. Be quick if you want to buy at this price, it may be £8 more at 13:00 ...


Yep, no longer listed on Today Only now, as far as I can see. Price up to £122 or so.
#13
djfluff
Better than a 4890 !
CPU Benchmark
Probably for the 1GB model, so subtract 10%


I always use Passmark for comparing components, but the GPU section especially, I would say is pretty inaccurate. The 5870 for example is above the 5970. Plus, all of my benchmarks using the software are always at least 20% better GPU wise and 10% less for CPU.

The 768mb 460 though is probably better than or equal to the 4890.
#14
thanks guys will try that !! but i think its the sony screen

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