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Thursday, 29 July 2010 10:50

KFA2 outs fastest GTX 460

Written by Fudzilla staff


810MHz out of the box
Galaxy's Euroepan branch KFA2 has introduced the fastest GTX 460 card to date. The GTX 460 LTD OC is clocked at 810MHz, a staggering 20 percent higher than the reference 675MHz.

As you've probably guessed, this is a 1GB version and the memory is clocked at 1000MHz. Despite the high overclock, the card looks surprisingly normal. There’s no heatpipe hedgerow and no massive fans and it looks more like a reference board than a massively overclocked card.

The only downside is the price. The card is currently only available in Britain and it costs more than 200 pounds, or €250. As we said, it’s the fastest GTX 460 on the market, but it could be eclipsed by upcoming cards from PoV’s skunkworks, TGT.

You can get it here.
Last modified on Friday, 30 July 2010 09:31
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