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EVGA GTX 460 Superclocked reviewed

by on12 July 2010


Apart from the clocks, EVGA didn't change a thing on the GTX 460. So, the GTX 460 is a dual-slot card measuring 210mm in length (8.25in), 111.15mm in width (4.376in) and weighing in at 2lbs.


EVGA Superclocked’s GPU runs at 763MHz, compared to the reference 675MHz. The card’s memory bandwidth is at 92.1GB/s, whereas the reference card’s bandwidth is at 86.4GB/s.


The cooler comes with a copper-base, two heatpipes and a large aluminum heat-dissipating surface. The fan is placed in the center and the plastic hood is designed with maximum air supply to the fan in mind.


The card is powered via two 6-pin power connectors.

With its GTX 460 cards, EVGA provides an HDMI cable with mini-HDMI connector, which is a nice gesture as most users (especially non-Nvidians) aren’t familiar with mini-HDMI.  For overclocking and monitoring, we’d recommend EVGA’s Precision utility which is free and can be downloaded from EVGA’s site.


Last modified on 30 July 2010
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