PALIT GTX 460 SONIC 1024MB GDDR5 DUAL-DVI HDMI VGA Out PCI-E Graphics Card £173.99 delivered @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Product Description

* Microsoft DirectX11 support
* NVIDIA CUDA technology with CUDA C/C++
* DirectCompute 5.0 and OpenCL support
* NVIDIA PhysX technology
* NVIDIA SLI Ready
* NVIDIA 3D Vision support
* NVIDIA PureVideo HD technology
* PCI Express 2.0 support
* Two dual-link DVI connectors
* One HDMI 1.4a connector
* Dual-link HDCP capable
* OpenGL 4 support

Built from the ground up for DirectX 11, Palit GeForce GTX 460 Sonic, the overclocking edition, delivers the ultimate next generation gaming experience. Palit GeForce GTX460 Sonic packs highly detailed visuals into your games- without sacrificing high frame rates. And with NVIDIA 3D Vision, PhysX, and CUDA technologies, Palit GeForce GTX460 Sonic powers all the incredibly realistic effects that your games can throw its way.

Specification

Processor technology 40nm
Processor Cores 336 Cores
Memory Amount 1024MB
Memory Interface 256Bit
DRAM GDDR5
Graphics CLock 700MHz
Memory Clock 1800MHz(DDR 3600MHz)
Processor Clock 1400MHz
Memory bandwidth 115.2(GB/Sec)
Power Consumption 160w
Outputs Two Dual-Link DVI, HDMI, VGA

Dimensions
PCB: 188mm(L) x 112mm(W)
Cooler :2 slot
Bracket: 2 slot
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#1
heat from me buy two of these around the same price of a 480 and get better performance but you may have to spend a bit more buck on the motherboard.

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/geforce-gtx-460-sli-geforce-gtx-480,2694.html

if you dont want to read it, yes the two 460s have alot more performance than the 480. also the two cards are not as hot but the person testing this says it is probaly due to the fans working harder :D

heat from me
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There are a few 460's on the market around this price. Personally I would get this one instead :
£179.11, but comes pre-overclocked :
EVGA GTX 460

or this one for £173 : (also overclocked, with twin fan cooler )
Gigabyte GTX 460
#3
There are a few 460's on the market around this price. Personally I would get this one instead :
£179.11, but comes pre-overclocked :
EVGA GTX 460

or this one for £173 : (also overclocked, with twin fan cooler )
Gigabyte GTX 460


Both are 768 models which are slower than then the 1gb model OP has mentioned. And overclocking can be easily done with rivatuner or similar software
#4
Oops ! Didn't see the 768 MB !
How about this one then : EVGA GTX 460 for £170 ?
Very nice cards though. I read an article on crossfiring the 786MB models, which produce amazing results too : EVGA GeForce GTX 460 SuperClocked 768MB in SLI
#5
Good deal. I went for this model : http://www.guru3d.com/article/kfa2-geforce-gtx-460-1024mb-gc-soc-review/10

It is great piece of hardware but noisy. So if you are planning to buy two of theese to use SLI then you might need some earplugs. :-)
#6
DownHill911
Good deal. I went for this model : http://www.guru3d.com/article/kfa2-geforce-gtx-460-1024mb-gc-soc-review/10

It is great piece of hardware but noisy. So if you are planning to buy two of theese to use SLI then you might need some earplugs. :-)


Good ?
#7
Some people are saying not to buy palit, something to do with using cheaper components and retail cards being different from the cards sent to reviewers. Read here... http://www.guru3d.com/news/palit-geforce-gtx-460-sonic-could-have-issues-/

Seems they have releases a bios to sort out heat and noise problems..

Point of view are releasing there top overclocked version soon, 'Beast edition', might be worth waiting for? Read here, http://www.fudzilla.com/graphics/graphics/here-comes-the-beast-gtx-460-running-at-850-mhz

Edited By: Hanktank on Aug 03, 2010 10:21: Spelling
#8
There's no big issue for buyers, the only issue was the fact that the reviewers were sent a different card compared to retail.

None of the GTX 460's except the top line use VRAM heatsinks.
#9
Theres a rumour that soon a GTX 460 variant i.e GF104 is going to be released that will replace the gtx 470, apparantly it will have more cuda cores, higher clocks but avoid the rubbish heat/performance/watt/die-size ratio that the gtx 470/480 have. Might be worth waiting a while before upgrading. Ati set to unvail there new cards in september aswell. Hoping for a HD 5890 2GB or maybe it will be the 6000 series..


Edited By: Hanktank on Aug 03, 2010 13:59: update
Edited By: Hanktank on Aug 03, 2010 14:00: update
#10
As i understand Paiit are missing some memory cooling bits..

It seems not a lot of 1GB versions are available at the moment but if you can get then Gigabyte and EVGA look very good.

I was looking at this an hour or 2 ago- 5 still in stock and with QuidCo you get 3% cashback.

http://www.dabs.com/products/gigabyte-geforce-gtx-460-715mhz-1gb-pci-e-hdmi-overclocked-73H1.html


HankTank-- i know what you mean but if you keep waiting for the next big thing then you will never buy and upgrade. To me these 460's offer great cost/perfomance and will last a couple of years at least i reckon.And you can always sell them on again.
#11
chapchap
As i understand Paiit are missing some memory cooling bits..

It seems not a lot of 1GB versions are available at the moment but if you can get then Gigabyte and EVGA look very good.

I was looking at this an hour or 2 ago- 5 still in stock and with QuidCo you get 3% cashback.


http://www.dabs.com/products/gigabyte-geforce-gtx-460-715mhz-1gb-pci-e-hdmi-overclocked-73H1.html


HankTank-- i know what you mean but if you keep waiting for the next big thing then you will never buy and upgrade. To me these 460's offer great cost/perfomance and will last a couple of years at least i reckon.And you can always sell them on again.


Yeah if you need a new card right now then these cards are great value, if you can wait though the new Ati or Nvidia cards in a month or so from now might offer better performance for the same price points. Im personally waiting for a card that can run Crysis at a constant 60fps+ with everything on max and not cost more than £300 than i'll prob upgrade again, im a sucker for technology...
#12
LOL i just checked my bank balance so will be using my 8800GT a little longer!

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