It is immediately visible that Point of View has chosen to stick with the NVIDIA reference design for their card. If the card can deliver, this is certainly not a bad thing. It keeps cost in check and uses a well-tested thermal solution.
The Point of View GTX 460 TGT Beast uses two slots, just like the NVIDIA reference design.
The card has two DVI ports, and one Mini-HDMI port (Mini-HDMI to HDMI adapter is included). Unlike AMD's latest GPUs, the output logic design is not as flexible. On AMD cards vendors are free to combine six TMDS links into any output configuration they want (dual-link DVI consuming two links) - and use them all at the same time. On NVIDIA cards you can use only two displays at the same time, so for a three monitor setup you would need two cards.
NVIDIA has included an HDMI sound device inside their GPU which does away with the requirement of connecting an external audio source to the card for HDMI audio. The HDMI interface is HDMI 1.3a compatible which includes Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD, AC-3, DTS and up to 7.1 channel audio with 192 kHz / 24-bit. NVIDIA also claims full support for the 3D portion of the HDMI 1.4 specification which will become important later this year when we will see first Blu-Ray 3D titles shipping.
You may combine up to two GTX 460 cards in SLI for added performance or improved image quality settings.
On system startup the card shows a little notice which certainly has some marketing value, but it delays the boot process by about three seconds during which only the cursor is blinking without the card doing anything.
Here are the front and the back of the card, high-res versions are also available (front, back). If you choose to use these images for voltmods etc, please include a link back to this site or let us post your article.