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1GB MSI NVIDIA GTX 5460 HAWK Graphics Card

1GB MSI GTX 460 HAWK, 3600MHz GDDR5, GPU 780MHz, Shader Clock 1560MHz, 336 Cores, 2x DL DVI-I/ mHDMI

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Product Overview The Hawk "Super OC" - Pretty much the quietest and coolest 460 and reaches 1000MHz!

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"When compared to products of the same level from other manufacturers, the N460GTX Hawk offers superior overclocking potential.
It is the world's first GTX 460 graphic card to successfully reach the 1GHz barrier when overclocking on air-cooling." - Tech radar
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• The world's first graphics card supporting voltage adjustment of GPU, Memory, and PLL.
• First GTX 460 can reach to 1GHz under air cooling!
• 7+1 Phase PWM design provides extra 30A current output power to GPU for better overclocking power capability.
• Dual PWM fans + 4 heat pipes
• Nickel-plated copper Base for better heat dissipation.
• 18°C Cooler and 8.1 dB quieter!
• SFC (Super Ferrite Choke) has higher current for better overclocking ability.
• Hi-C CAP for GPU provides more precise voltage.
• All Solid CAPs have longer lifespan. Features Triple Over Voltage
- N460GTX Hawk is the world’s first graphics card which supports voltage adjustment of GPU, Memory and PLL!

Twin Frozr II Thermal Design -18? Cooler and 8.1 dB Quieter!!
- Dual 8CM PWM Fans : Air flow from dual fans can cool down GPU/Memory/Power Module at once.
- Four heat pipes with SuperPipe Technology
- Nickel-plated Copper Base : Large size of Copper Base can dissipate the heat of GPU faster.

7+1 Phase PWM Design
- Higher current to GPU Power
- Higher overclocking capability
- Better stability in peak load

Military Class Components
- Hi-C Cap provides more precise GPU voltage.
- SFC (Super Ferrite Choke) : 30% Higher Current Capacity, 10% Power Efficiency Improvement.
- All Solid CAP for longer lifespan.

APS (Active Phase Switching)& V-Check Points
- APS (Active Phase Switch) helps save power usage by controlling PWM automatically.

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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Direct
DOA Period:
7 days
Manufacturer Contact Details
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Telephone:
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