High performance for its price range.
High performance with enabled tessellation.
Significantly faster than Radeon HD 5830.
Wide range of supported FSAA modes.
Improved CSAA/TMAA quality.
Minimal effect of FSAA on performance.
GTX 460 GPU results in top performance for the price.
Short enough to fit practically any desktop case.
Ample overclocking headroom.
Impressively cool operating temperatures.
No serious drawbacks.
GPU changes alter relationship between textures and shading.
May impact performance in some situations.
Does not support 3-Way SLI.
TripleSLI not supported.
By OverClock Intelligence Agency on February 09, 2011
When I stepped up from nVidia's 8-series graphics to a GTX 260 back in July of 2008, the retail price as I recall was almost $400. Although I later regretted jumping on that right at launch, as prices fell 25% within the first 30 days, I was...-
By DigitalVersus on December 23, 2010
No doubt about it, this is an excellent DirectX 11, mid-range graphics card. Assuredly a very good buy for those who want to do their gaming without overspending. What's more, the various NVIDIA technologies make it an interesting technical...80
By Legit Reviews on October 05, 2010
We got word late yesterday by a friend at NVIDIA that Best Buy had slipped up and released NVIDIA branded graphics cards on Sunday night. This was a week before they were supposed to hit store shelves as NVIDIA hasn't even released the PR stating...-
By TechRadar on August 31, 2010
The fear that used to be attached to running an SLI setup has largely vanished by the wayside over the last year or so. Thanks to maturing driver sets and great mid-range cards, there really has never been a better time to drop in that second card....100
By The Tech Report on July 29, 2010
Putting together these value comparisons is harder than it looks. Oh, sure, looking at our overall value graphs and making broad generalizations is a lot of fun, but it can be quite misleading. You've gotta keep the hidden variables in mind. If this...-
By X-bit Labs on July 18, 2010
What can we say about the new graphics processor from Nvidia after checking it out in our tests? First off, we can repeat our thought that this GPU is what the GF100 should have been. A relatively inexpensive but comparable to the ATI RV870 Cypress in...-
By techPowerUp! on July 12, 2010
Today NVIDIA introduces the latest member of their DirectX 11 lineup. Their new GeForce GTX 460 is based on the all new NVIDIA GeForce GF104 GPU which is based on the Fermi architecture introduced earlier this year. The GTX 460 is positioned at the...-
By PC Mag on July 12, 2010
It took Nvidia a while to take the lead with video cards using its new Fermi architecture, but now the company has—in a big way. This card offers competitive performance and pricing to AMD's ATI Radeon HD 5830....90
By IT-Review on July 12, 2010
Another important day seems to be rising on VGA market horizon - GTX460 launch day. We gotta say that this overall crysis thing that's been happening all over the world has left us wondering what's gonna happen with IT. But, strangely enough -...-
By Bjorn3D on July 12, 2010
If your a hardcore enthusiast and have been for awhile you'll remember the 8800GT; which was affordable and offered a great price performance ratio and overclocked like mad. That's what the GTX-460 lineup reminds us of. It's not quite...85