Though the GeForce GTX 460 is not to come out until the 12 of July some retailers decided to create hype by listing the new graphics card.
The GF104 has a major advantage over the GF100 because it is much less expensive to manufacture. As such, the video boards based on it should prove quite formidable and reasonably affordable for the performance market. Currently, it is the ASUS ENGTX460/2DIS/768MD5 that has been spotted.
The ENGTX460 will measure up to the ATI Radeon HD 5850 and 5830 models. It boasts 336 shaders, 42 texture units and clock speeds of 675 MHz for the graphics processor, 900 for the memory and 1350 for the shaders themselves.
Currently, the GTX 460 has a price point of roughly 200 Euro, but it may drop once good volume availibility kicks in.
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