Relatively quiet under load.
Coolest Running Fermi.
Good Price Performance Ratio.
Fermi Under $250.
PhysX, Cuda and 3DVision
You’ll want a second card if you want to hit 45fps or better at higher resolutions.
Takes Some Voltage To run it
By Tweak.dk on November 30, 2010
Gigabyte’s GV-N460OC-1GI is equipped with Ultra Durable VGA components and a Windforce cooling component, and directs to semi-enthusiasts and overclockers. The design is very nice and the length of 210 mm fits into most cases.The noise level is...91
By Hardware Canucks on November 21, 2010
NVIDIAs launch of the GTX 460 SE didn't have anything like the usually loud and boisterous event GPU releases usually undergo. This has led to a great deal of questions surrounding this new products positioning in an extremely cluttered...-
By Maximum PC on October 07, 2010
It will please your gaming soul without breaking your budget Does a paltry 256MB of RAM matter? Apparently, it does, if you’re talking about Nvidia’s GF104-based GTX 460 cards. In the October issue, we took a long look at Asus’s sweet...90
By IT-Review on October 04, 2010
A while ago we reviewed NVIDIA’s reference GTX 460 cards, the 1 GB and 768 MB models. Unlike many previous cards with different frame buffer sizes, here the difference is bigger than just an additional 256 MB. The performance of the 1 GB version...-
By Kitguru.net on September 21, 2010
If you have £180 to spend right then you are spolit for choice, really what you need to be selecting is the GTX460 with the best cooler and this Gigabyte card is right at the top of the...90
By Tom's Hardware on August 30, 2010
Because every card in today’s comparison is a compromise of features, performance, warranty, and price, individual buyers must carefully consider their specific needs before choosing a...-
By Pureoverclock on August 30, 2010
The Gigabyte GTX 460 1GB avoids the pitfalls of the GF100 card release, such as high power consumption, high temperatures, and high noise levels we saw in the GTX 480. Interestingly, the 460 manages to essentially render the 465 obsolete since the...-
By Legion Hardware on August 10, 2010
Going into this review we already knew everything there was to know about the GeForce GTX 460, so there were no surprises there. The GeForce GTX 460 offers gamers a serious bang for their buck and is in our opinion the best graphics card in the $200 -...-
By Bjorn3D on August 04, 2010
The price performance ratio of the Gigabyte GTX-460 is almost off the charts. It overclock like demons and while it doesn't offer the performance of the GTX-480 or even the GTX-470, it offers the best price performance punch of the GTX-4xx family....85
By HardwareZone.com on August 02, 2010
rom the get-go, we knew the Gigabyte GeForce GTX 460 OC and Sparkle GeForce GTX 460 would have difficulty keeping pace with the faster Galaxy and ASUS cards. With core clock speeds of 715MHz and 700MHz respectively, they were faster than a reference...85