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.
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.