High performance for its price range.
High minimal performance.
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.
Consumes only 18 watts at idle.
Fermi Introduces Error Correcting Code (ECC).
Short length is good for tight cases.
No serious drawbacks.
TripleSLI not supported.
Requires two six-pin power connectors.
Blocks an adjacent slot.
By X-bit Labs on December 22, 2010
If there have ever been doubts about Nvidia's intentions, they should be cleared now. Late as they might have been released, GF104 based products proved to be quite a match for ATI Radeon HD lineup. Not only that, but GeForce GTX 460 established...-
By PC Authority on August 20, 2010
This Nvidia card could well become the DirectX 11 price/performance champion. Read our review to find out why...83
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 iXBT Labs on July 19, 2010
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 768MB is quite a success, considering the MSRP. It outperforms the cheaper AMD Radeon HD 5770 and performs on a par with (and in some tests outperforms) the similarly priced AMD Radeon HD 5830. Fast tesselation, the advantage...-
By Overclock3D on July 16, 2010
With the tests now complete, it is now time to wrap this review up.In terms of performance, the GTX 460 has much to offer. Straight from the box, you can expect performance that (at least) matches the previous range topping GTX 285 but with the...77
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
By Tom's Hardware on July 12, 2010
Oh, what a difference one billion transistors makes. The GF104 graphics processor is the derivative component we’ve been hoping for since Nvidia first launched its GeForce GTX 480 and 470 graphics cards earlier this year. If you read my GeForce...-
By HardwareZone.com on July 12, 2010
Looking ahead, we've heard rumors of a possible GeForce GTX 485 sporting the full 512 CUDA cores that Fermi promises, but when quizzed about the likelihood of such a SKU, NVIDIA said they couldn't comment. There's also talk of an even...90
By Tom's Hardware UK on July 12, 2010
The GeForce GTX 460 768 MB, priced to match the Radeon HD 5830, is a little less attractive. The smaller frame buffer hurts performance at high resolutions with AA turned on, and a narrower memory bus translates into less bandwidth, consequently slowing...-