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Thursday, 17 June 2010 09:43

Two Geforce GTX 460 cards to launch on July 12th

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Nvidia won’t launch just one, it will launch two cards based on the GF104 chip. The fastest one will end up with Geforce GTX 460 name and it comes with 1024MB of memory on a 256 bit bus.

The second card is called Geforce GTX 460 768MB and as you can tell, it has 768MB of 192bit memory. There might be some clock difference between these two but this is something we cannot confirm at press time.

The launch date is July 12th at least according to some people that should know this and the samples should go out to the press very shortly. The chip should be a good overclocker and priced less than GTX 465. The chip is also internally known as the one that might get Nvidia back to the winning ways as it's the best chip they made in years, people who are in the know claim.


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