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GTX 460 are selling allready on newegg

Discussion in 'NVIDIA' started by DarkOCean, Jul 10, 2010.

  1. DarkOCean

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    192-bit = $199.99
    256-bit = $219.99

    nice pricing ... :) ... wonder what the performances are like ...
     
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    I have a feeling these, as least the 256-bit ones, are going to be to the GTX465 like the 9600GT was to the 9800GT. Same memory bandwidth, but with less shaders, giving very very similar performance.
     
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    and the 460 has higher clocks than 465 ... so performance difference will be very less ...
     
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    The cheapest 1GB card at $220 is clocked at 725MHz, and there's even one at 800MHz.

    I guess the rumors of a very overclockable card were true.
     
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    What the hell is the performance going to be?

    I've heard something like a 5830. I'm about to pull the trigger and I feel like I am completely in the dark. I want to use the first one I get for now in a PC where I am aiming for max detail Directx 11 in Metro 2033 on my Sanyo PLV-Z5 projector at 1280 * 720p. I want a sustained FPS of over 30 FPS. I want no FPS dips less than 20 FPS if possible as it kills the impact of the awesome effects. In the future I will probably get another for SLI if it is warranted for 1080p and above for general gaming. I will get the 1 gig version that is overclocked since it costs only a few dollars more.

    I know 720p is a "low" resolution but gaming at 80" when you are lying in bed is just so relaxing. :)
     
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    these should be 150.00
     
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