Palit GeForce GTX460 768MB: £143.56 at CCLOnline - HotUKDeals
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Palit GeForce GTX460 768MB: £143.56 at CCLOnline

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6y, 4m agoFound 6 years, 4 months ago
Palit GeForce GTX460 768MB - NE5TX460FHD79

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Graphics card require:
..PCI Express or PCI Express 2.0-compliant motherboard with one dual-width x16 graphics slot
..Two 6-pin PCI Express supplementary power connectors
..Minimum 450W or greater system power supply (with a minimum 12V current rating of 24A)
..Supported Operating Systems: Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
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Great price, graphics cards are dropping in price everywhere!
i wish the 1 gig version would go on offer but this is a great price
That is another £1:50 they have dropped in 4 days or so. It looks like they are having to drop the price of this Palit branded one particularly low. Possibly because of the bad publicity they have got from one of the reviews? It seems the reviewers were sent a particularly "tweaked" board, and the public version is missing one of the heatsinks and runs particularly hot.

It has certainly benefitted the customer the way so many manufacturers have brought out their version at the same time as each other, backed by reasonable stock sizes. Combine that with the competition from the 5830 and we have a bit of a price war on our hands. I wonder how low it will go before levelling out, or some "sudden shortage" of a vital component happens.
Zad, I bought 1GB version and I was all set for sending it back, but I have o/c'd it to the same settings as the Platinum version and it runs at 33-35 degrees under load. This is significantly cooler than most other graphics cards, so i'm sticking with mine.

If the bad press helps people get them cheaper then fantastic - you really shouldn't keep away because of the nerdrage though ... definately worth picking one up when they get to the price point you are looking for. It's roughly twice as fast as my old 8800GT, and runs everything I have thrown at it at max settings, and i've been playing Metro 2033 and Sinularity in DX11'ovision
Anyone have a link to the 'bad' article id like to take a look.

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That summarises the situation. Simply avoid Palit 460's, especially as the cost saving isn't that great.
thank you ukle
Palit isn't a brand I would choose to buy. The tend to aim for budget price, but aren't renowned for quality and tend not to use the reference design for their cards - meaning non-standard dimensions.

That summarises the situation. Simply avoid Palit 460's, especially as the cost saving isn't that great.

None of the released cards have VRAM heatsinks so far from looking around.

Even EVGA's 1GB superclocked cards don't have the VRAM heatsinks.
Running very stable here o/c'd to Platinum level - even under high load for hours on end playing the likes of Age of Conan i've not had a blip ...
Showing as £149.95 for me?
I have the Palit GTX 460 1GB. It's the Sonic (not the Sonic Platinum) version and there is no VRM heat-sinks. I run it overclocked at 850/1700/2000 and it runs fine. Flat out for hours running Furmark without issue. Basically, don't worry about buying the Palit version.
I also want a 1GB one for my daughter, but as it's for Christmas, I'm hoping they will be around the £130-140 mark by then.

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