1GB Palit GeForce GTX 460 Sonic NVIDIA Graphics Card

1GB Palit GTX 460 Sonic, 3600MHz GDDR5, GPU 700MHz, Shader 1400MHz, 336Cores, DVI/ D-Sub/ HDMI

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Scan code: LN34395 Manufacturer code: NE5X460SF1102 Request call
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Frequently Bought Together
Product Overview • Microsoft DirectX11 support
• NVIDIA CUDA technology with CUDA C/C++
• DirectCompute 5.0 and OpenCL support
• NVIDIA PhysX technology
• NVIDIA SLI Ready
• NVIDIA 3D Vision support
• NVIDIA PureVideo HD technology
• PCI Express 2.0 support
• Two dual-link DVI connectors
• One HDMI 1.4a connector
• Dual-link HDCP capable
• OpenGL 4 support Features
Specifications
Specifications
Chipset GeForce GTX 460
Edition  
Manufacturing process 40 nm
Microarchitecture  
Cores 336
Streams N/A
Core Clock 700 MHz
Boost Clock N/A
Memory Size 1GB
Memory Type GDDR5
Memory Clock 3600 MHz
Memory Bus 256 Bit
Cooling Solution Single Fan (1)
Cooler Design  
Included/Fitted Backplate No
Interface PCIe 2.0 (x16)
Connectivity
  • 1 x D-Sub
  • 2 x DVI-I
  • 1 x HDMI
Maximum Digital Resolution  
Maximum Analog (VGA) Resolution  
Max. Concurrent Displays  
NVIDIA SLI Support 2 Way SLi
GeForce GTX VR Ready No
Microsoft DirectX Support  
HDCP Ready Yes
Width Dual Slot
Low Profile Compatible No
Low Profile Support N/A
Graphics Card TDP/Power 160W
Graphics Card Power Connectors  
Minimum Recommended PSU  
Maximum GPU Temperature 104 °C
Dimensions  
Package Type Retail
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
24 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
SCAN
Telephone:
0871 472 4747
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