Monday, July 5th 2010

GeForce GTX 460 Pricing Surfaces, Gets Listed in EU

With its launch reportedly scheduled for 12th July, certain European etailers just can't resist listing it on their sites to pool in prospective buyers or pre-orders. Price aggregator Geizhals.at compiled a list of stores that have already listed the ASUS GeForce GTX 460 768MB (part number 90-C3CHB0-P0UAY0KZ). Prices of this part range start at 204.51 EUR. Another source reports that NVIDIA is targeting the US $199 price point with the GeForce GTX 460 768MB variant, and $229 price point with the 1 GB variant. The 25% more higher memory amount isn't the only thing that warrants the $30 increase in price, the 1 GB variant also has 25% higher memory bandwidth.

The GeForce GTX 460 is NVIDIA's latest product in the making, it is based the new GF104 core, that packs 336 CUDA cores, 256-bit GDDR5 memory interface (192-bit on the 768 MB variant), and has all the features of the GeForce 400 series, including advanced tessellation, DirectX 11, CUDA, PhysX, and 3D Vision Surround.

Sources: Geizhals.at, VR-Zone
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12 Comments on GeForce GTX 460 Pricing Surfaces, Gets Listed in EU

#1
HeX_00
If it comes out around the same speed and price point as a 5830 then nVidia finally have a card this gen worth considering.
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NdMk2o1o
by: HeX_00
If it comes out around the same speed and price point as a 5830 then nVidia finally have a card this gen worth considering.
Well I would bet that its going to be near the same in GBP as it is in $ anyway, stupid fricking VAT and cost of living :mad:
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#3
crow1001
LMAO @ euro price, Nvidia can go take a flying F***, go buy a 5830 or 5850 instead.
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#4
AltecV1
For some unknown reason i really dont give a sh.t about this washed down product !!!
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#5
Laurijan
In Finland i have to pay 289.00€ for the GTX 465 1GB version.
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#6
AltecV1
by: Laurijan
In Finland i have to pay 289.00€ for the GTX 465 1GB version.
the cheapest i found in my country was 262.04€
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#8
AltecV1
by: mechtech
I am happy with my radeon 4850
same here :toast:
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#9
xtremesv
I still don't understand the existence of the memory crippled version of this card. Maybe it’s the same routine that comes with midrange and low-end cards which have the same model number but different specs, sometimes, completely different… comes to my mind the 9600GSO. IMHO I think the best way to get around this could've been to release something like GTX455 or GTS460 (more subtle) for the 192-bit version.
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#10
SporeSpawn
I wonder if this will be the first Fermi that works as nvidia intented.

As far as I know the 480, 470 and 465 use the same chip, the main difference being how broken they are.
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demonbrawn
by: NdMk2o1o
Well I would bet that its going to be near the same in GBP as it is in $ anyway, stupid fricking VAT and cost of living :mad:
What's "VAT"?
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OnBoard
by: demonbrawn
What's "VAT"?
Value Added Tax. Here it's 23% and included in everything you buy (well for electronics, less for food, something like 12%). If I'm not too wrong in US you have a store price and when you go pay that they stick in sales tax on top of that.

more here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Value_added_tax
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