Chipmaker EVGA unveiled details of its latest 2Win GeForce GTX 460 graphics card recently, featuring two Nvidia GF 104 Fermi parallel processing cores.
The graphics card includes:
- 672 cumulative CUDA parallel processing cores
- 2 GB of GDDR5 memory
- Runs at a core clock speed of 700 MHz
- Memory clock speed of 3600 MHz
- Shader clock speed of 1400 MHz
Besides, the 11.5-inch 2Win card offers 230.4 Gbps of memory bandwidth, Direct X 11 graphics, a PCI-E 2.0 bus, DVI and mini-HDMI interfaces.
According to EVGA, the 2Win card supports graphics-intensive gaming on up to three HD displays simultaneously or up to four displays if users disable Surround. However, Nvidia’s GF 104 Fermi architecture is second to the GF 114 core architecture among Nvidia’s highest-performing gaming GPU reference architectures.
EVGA says the card achieves higher 3D Marks than Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 580, currently Nvidia’s most powerful and most expensive cards while the graphics specialist prepares to release its Nvidia GeForce GTX 590 to compete with AMD’s Radeon 6990 in the enthusiast market.
EVGA says its GTX 460 card will be available at a lower price compared to Nvidia’s current GTX 580 enthusiast offering. Furthermore, customers will be able to purchase the card with a limited lifetime warranty upon registration.