Monday, July 12th 2010

ECS Announces Black GeForce GTX 460 Graphics Card

With innovative products that span multiple target markets, Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS), the world's leading motherboard, graphics card, barebone system, and notebook manufacturer, launches the latest Black GTX 460 graphics card family with unbelievable overclocking capabilities and unmatched gaming performance to meet the requirements from critical gamers.

Targeting at the high-end segment, ECS Black GTX 460 graphics card delivers a stunning gaming effects with its genuine hardware and firmware design, which bring the critical gamers over 20% overclocking capability and boost the gaming power far more than reference designed graphics card.

Awesome Performance with High Efficient Cooling
Adapted with Arctic Cooling precise engineering cooling solution - dual ultra quiet fans and 4 excellent heatpipes, ECS Black GTX 460 graphics card performs very well even runs at full-loading speed under high-range overclocking mode. Dual Dual-link DVI-I and one mini HDMI outputs support three high-resolution screen displays via pure digital signal, powered by Nvidia 3D Vision Surround Technology, it is very easy for gamers to enjoy multi-display 3D stereo gaming experience that never happened before.

ECS Black GTX 460 graphics card family comes with 336 powerful CUDA cores and 1024/768 MB GDDR5 256/192 bit data bus showing amazing gaming performance, with its fully OpenGL 4.0 and DirectX 11 supported, gamers can enjoy the incredibly detailed visuals and unprecedented level of detail and realism in the latest games.
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6 Comments on ECS Announces Black GeForce GTX 460 Graphics Card

#1
mudkip
like the AC cooler.
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#2
douglatins
This card should get LOAD ambient temps, cooler is massive for the chip
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#3
Mescalamba
Does it look like Accelero S1, or is it just imagination? :D
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#4
newtekie1
Semi-Retired Folder
I think it is actually the Twin Turbo Pro.
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#5
my_name_is_earl
At $199, it's a good contender against hd5830. But I like to have Bad Company 2 in the review.
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#6
Jeffredo
Wish they'd hurry up and stock it at a US retailer.
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