EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 Superclock - EE (External Exhaust) Graphics Card - 1GB
1GB EVGA GTX 460 SC EE, 3800MHz GDDR5, GPU 763MHz, ShaderClock 1526MHz, 336 Cores, DVI-I/MiniHDMI
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SuperClocked with External Exhaust! Probably our best selling GTX460
Built from the ground up for DirectX 11, the EVGA GeForce GTX 460 delivers the ultimate next generation gaming experience. With up to 4x the DirectX tessellation performance of the competition*, the EVGA GeForce GTX 460 packs incredible detail and blazing fast frames into your games – without blowing your budget.
In addition, the EVGA GeForce GTX 460 supports NVIDIA 3D Vision, Surround Gaming, PhysX and CUDA technologies making this card the ultimate value for the gaming enthusiast. And with award winning support, utilities and community, you can’t go wrong with the GTX 460 from EVGA. Features Microsoft DirectX 11 support
DirectX 11 GPU with Shader Model 5.0 support designed for ultra high performance in the new API’s key graphics feature, GPU-accelerated tessellation.
NVIDIA CUDA technology
CUDA technology unlocks the power of the GPU’s processor cores to accelerate the most demanding tasks such as video transcoding, physics simulation, ray tracing, and more, delivering incredible performance improvements over traditional CPUs.
NVIDIA PhysX technology
Full support for NVIDIA PhysX technology, enabling a totally new class of physical gaming interaction for a more dynamic and realistic experience with GeForce.
NVIDIA SLI Ready
Industry leading 3-way NVIDIA SLI technology offers amazing performance scaling by implementing AFR (Alternate-Frame-Rendering) for the world's premier gaming solution under Windows 7 with solid, state-of-the-art-drivers.
NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround Ready
Expand your games across three displays in full stereoscopic 3D for the ultimate “inside the game” experience with the power of NVIDIA 3D Vision and SLI technologies. NVIDIA® Surround™ also supports triple screen gaming with non-stereo displays.
NVIDIA PureVideo HD technology
The combination of high-definition video decode acceleration and post-processing that delivers unprecedented picture clarity, smooth video, accurate color, and precise image scaling for movies and video.
PCI Express 2.0 support
Designed for the new PCI Express 2.0 bus architecture offering the highest data transfer speeds for the most bandwidth-hungry games and 3D applications, while maintaining backwards compatibility with existing PCI Express motherboards for the broadest support.
Two dual-link DVI-I connectors
Able to drive industry’s largest and highest resolution flat-panel displays up to 2560x1600 and with support for High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP).
Designed to meet the output protection management (HDCP) and security specifications of the Blu-ray Disc format, allowing the playback of encrypted movie content on PCs when connected to HDCP-compliant displays.
Microsoft Windows 7 Support
Windows 7 is the next generation operating system that will mark a dramatic improvement in the way the OS takes advantage of the graphics processing unit (GPU) to provide a more compelling user experience. By taking advantage of the GPU for both graphics and computing, Windows 7 will not only make today’s PCs more visual and more interactive but also ensure that they have the speed and responsiveness customers want.
OpenGL 4.0 Support
Ensures top-notch compatibility and performance for OpenGL applications.
One mini-HDMI 1.4 connector
Fully integrated support for HDMI 1.4 including xvYCC, Deep color and 7.1 digital surround sound.
Minimum of a 450 Watt power supply.
(Minimum recommended power supply with +12 Volt current rating of 24 Amps.)
Two available 6-pin PCI-E power connectors required.
Height - 4.376 inches / 111.15mm
Length - 8.25 inches / 210 mm
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- 36 months
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
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All EVGA items are supplied as standard with a 2 year warranty, subject to the following part numbers and registration of the item on EVGA's website within 30 days of purchase the following extensions are possible:
ER or E1 = 8 years extension
EK = 1 year extension
All others = No extension
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