Tuesday, January 25th 2011

Lantic Intros GeForce GTX 460 1 GB Custom Design Graphics Card

Lantic announced a new custom-design GeForce GTX 460 1 GB graphics card. No, it is in fact a GTX 460, and coming at a time when NVIDIA's latest sweet-spot GPU is a quarter of the Earth's rotation away. Perhaps this is a vague indication that the GTX 460 1 GB isn't exactly being replaced by the GTX 560 Ti, but rather being pushed down to the next value sweet-spot GPU, replacing GTX 460 768MB.

Lantic's GTX 460 1 GB uses NVIDIA reference design PCB coupled with its in-house cooling assembly, that makes use of a GPU heatsink, decked up by a plastic shroud. It is ventilated by an 80 mm fan. The card uses reference clock speeds of 675/1350/900 MHz (core/CUDA core/memory actual), and features the usual 336 CUDA cores with 1 GB of memory over 256-bit GDDR5 memory interface. Expect it to have a recalibrated price in a post-GTX 560 Ti market.

Source: TweakTown
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5 Comments on Lantic Intros GeForce GTX 460 1 GB Custom Design Graphics Card

#1
Melvis
Never heard of this brand, who is it owned by?

Card looks pretty cool tho
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#2
erixx
I start thinking that all these latest 'custom designs' are all mass produced by the same big oem....
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#3
largon
Custom Design Graphics Card
I thought: "Interesting, I'll have a look."
Then:
by: btarunr
uses NVIDIA reference design PCB coupled with its in-house cooling assembly
->
Bleh.
:rolleyes:
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#4
xBruce88x
by: Melvis
Never heard of this brand, who is it owned by?

Card looks pretty cool tho
its a brand mostly in the asian markets (china, Taiwan, Vietnam) expanding to europe
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#5
_JP_
Custom Design Graphics Card
Alright, cooler improvements + new PCB!
by: btarunr
Lantic's GTX 460 1 GB uses NVIDIA reference design PCB coupled with its in-house cooling assembly, that makes use of a GPU heatsink, decked up by a plastic shroud.


Nope.
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