This past weekend while everyone here in America was enjoying Independence Day weekend, it seems NVIDIA was prepping for their latest release in the GeForce GTX 460. Another Fermi variation, the GTX 460 appears to have very similar specs to the GTX 465 having a few fewer Cuda cores but clocked a bit higher. Below you see some basic specs which I found from a translation of a Heise.de article, mainly noting the base reference design (Ref.) is featuring 768MB of GDDR5 on 192-Bit while add-in board partners (AIB) such as EVGA MSI and ASUS etc. can offer 1GB of GDDR5 on a 256-Bit bus. According to Haise's source, the projected price range is to be from $230 to $250 depending if it's reference design. Expect to see a full review here in the coming days once NVIDIA makes the official release!
Newegg had posted them but pulled them(as out of stock) and did not fully remove them!
Core: Fermi (GF104)
Cuda Cores: 336
Core Clock: 675MHz
Shader Clock: 1350MHz
Memory Clock: 1800MHz
Memory Size: 768MB(Ref.)/1GB(AIB)
Memory Interface: 192-Bit(Ref.)/256-Bit(AIB)
Memory Type: GDDR5
Memory Bandwidth: 86.4GB/s Ref./115.2GB/s AIB.
Texture Fill Rate: 37.8GTexel/sHaise.de source translated
and props to Tom's
for finding the link to the Haise.de article for the more detailed specs
not-so-crappy 775 System:
Q8400 @ 3.8GHz 1.37v 24/7 - GA-EP45-UD3R v1.1 F12 - 4GB (2x2) OCZ Reaper HPC DDR2 1066 CL5 2.1v
EVGA GTX460 1GB 815/1950, w/ ACER 23" 1920x1080 TV & Dell UltraSharp 20" 1600x1200In Progress:
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Board / CPU / other 2x4GB CL9 ripjaws kit / GPU upgrade