Zotac GeForce GTX 460 1GB GDDR5 PCIe

  • Zotac GeForce GTX 460 1GB GDDR5 PCIe
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Based on 19 scores, 35 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    8
  • Good:
    8
  • Average:
    3
  • Bad:
    0

Pros:

  • Good PricetoPerformance Ratio, 1GB Memory, HDMI, Dual DVI and Display Ports
  • Good bundle, priced well, full sized HDMI and DP connectors, good performance once overclocked
  • Huge overclocking potential, Low power consumption, Native fullsize HDMI output, DisplayPort included, GDDR5 memory, Prince of Persia full game included, 1 GB of memory, Support for DirectX 11, Support for NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround, Support for CUDA, Phys

Cons:

  • Runs Hot and Noisy
  • Noisy fan under load, not a whole lot faster than the 768MB ver, memory chips aren't actively cooled

Expert reviews and ratings

By Vortez on

The Nvidia GTX460 1024MB is an excellent little card. It's what the GTX465 should have been from the start, both performance wise and in terms of power consumption. It's no surprise that Nvidia are banking on this card being successful after the...

By PC Advisor on 80

The ZOTAC Geforce GTX 460 is available for around £169 inc VAT (despite a putative RRP of £199) and that's not a price-point we can argue with. Although it's a close contest, the price and performance difference between the GTX 460 and...

By iXBT Labs on

Zotac ZT-40402-10P is essentially a reference card with a 256-bit bus and 1024MB of memory. Unfortunately, it's not very well cooled (<82°C), but the heat isn't critical. The card also has a nice...

By PCWorld India on 80

The ZOTAC Geforce GTX 460 is priced at Rs. 12,600 and that’s not a price-point I can argue with. Although it’s a close contest, the price and performance difference between the GTX 460 and the HD 5850 make it easy to pick a card according to...

By Tom's Hardware on

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 TechTree on 70

ZOTAC has priced the 1GB version of the GTX460 at Rs. 14,999 but they say you can get it for a little less. Considering that you're also getting a free game with it, it's not a bad price. Also, unlike other manufactures, you get a full sized...

By Expert Reviews on 100

Finally, we see a competitive card from Nvidia’s new range. It’s not a clear cut winner, but at a chunk less cash than the HD 5850 this card is well worth considering....

By Tbreak.com on 90

Outperforming the competition at an extremely competitive price makes this the best mainstream card on the market. With the relatively lackluster GeForce GTX 300 series, Nvidia has been out for the mid-range graphics crown for a long time coming....

By Trusted Reviews on 80

The GTX 460 is the latest addition to Nvidia's DirectX 11 compatible range of graphics cards. Aimed squarely at the mid-range of the market, it should be a great buy for those looking for a decent amount of bang for their buck. Let's find out...

By The Tech Report on

Boy, is it refreshing to have strong competition at the $200 mark again. The contest between the Radeon HD 5830 and the GeForce GTX 768MB is a narrow but sure win for Nvidia. The GTX 460 768MB is noticeably faster in several games, and it's more...

By TechRadar on 100

Barely a month after NVIDIA's last GF100 graphics card, the GTX 465, struggled out the stable door another new graphics card, the GTX 460 has turned up to steal its thunder. This time round though we're not just talking about another cut-down...

By HEXUS.net on 80

The success of the GeForce GTX 460 cards is crucially important for NVIDIA and its range of board partners as it moves into the mainstream with the Fermi graphics architecture. Manufactured using silicon that is over 30 per cent smaller than on...

By HardwareHeaven on 90

NVIDIAs new GTX 460 offers a huge range of features, matching or exceeding its direct competition from ATI in every way. A great, well balanced and flexible addition to the GTX...

By Bit-tech.net on 80

The GTX 460 1GB is a return to form for Nvidia. It trades blows with the Radeon HD 5850, which is £40 more expensive, and pummels its now similarly priced stable mate, the GTX 465 and the slightly cheaper Radeon HD 5830. It also performs...

By Guru of 3D on

we feel that the GTX 460 series is a very viable DX11 class product with no real negatives. If you want serious bang for buck the we say pick up a 768MB model, then clock it to 800 MHz after which you suddenly arrive in the R5850 performance level area....

By HotHardware on

In the end, we have to commend NVIDIA for this one. The GeForce GTX 460 is simply one of the most appealing DirectX 11-class graphics cards out there. They're affordably priced, perform very well, and they're relatively small and quiet, not to...

By techPowerUp! on 91

NVIDIA's new GeForce GTX 460 is Fermi done right. Whereas the GF100 based products were plagued by excessive power consumption resulting in high temperatures and noise levels, the GTX 460 delivers massive improvements here. Essentially NVIDIA...

By AnandTech on

The second card in our GTX 460 roundup is Zotac’s GeForce GTX 460 1GB.Whereas the EVGA card was a reference card in terms of hardware, the Zotac is our first non-reference GTX 460 hardware design. Starting with the PCB, it’s clearly based...

International Review By Hardware France on

Un modèle tel que la GeForce GTX 460 de Zotac, qui repose sur un turbine, ne prend tout son sens qu’en multi-GPU puisqu’il évite d’accumuler trop d’air chaud dans le boîtier. En utilisation classique, la GeForce GTX 460 ne produit pas assez de chaleur...

International Review By HardwareMX on

Lo primero que podemos decir es que NVIDIA logró regresar al juego con estas tarjetas. Despues de que sus GTX 470 y 480 no tuvieran la aceptación que se esperaba lograron volver a ser una opción para los consumidores con esta GTX 460...