NVIDIA has announced a DirectX 11 GeForce GTX Graphic card which will sell for $199. The DX11 GeForce GTX 460 card comes in two versions, one with 768MB memory and the second one with 1GB memory.
NVIDIA today announced the latest addition to its Fermi-class of graphics processing units (GPUs), the NVIDIA ® GeForce GTX 460 — which delivers a great DX11 gaming experience and is priced right at the market’s $199 sweet spot.
The new GeForce GTX card is built from ground up and deliver up to 4x tessellation performance(i) over competing GPUs. The GTX 460 bring the ultimate gaming experience with DX11 bundled with Windows 7 and Windows Vista. GeForce GTX 460 also supports NVIDIA 3D Vision technology.
Epic Games, Tim Sweeney who is the Chairman, CEO and Technical Director commented: "With the GeForce GTX 460, NVIDIA is really upping the ante with an amazingly fast DirectX 11 GPU available at a great, mainstream-friendly price. Its new hardware tessellation support will enable games to reach an entirely new caliber of graphics."
GeForce GTX 460 Specifications and Pricing
Both the GTX 460 cards will have 336 CUDA Cores and 675 MHz Graphics Clock. GTX 460 will also have a 1350 MHz processor and a texture fill rate of 37.8 billion per second. The 768MB version will have a 192-bit memory interface and Memory Bandwidth of 86.4 GB per second.
On the other hand, the 1GB card will have a 256-bit Memory Interface Width and a Memory Bandwidth of 115.2 GB per second. The 768MB GeForce GTX 460 GPU will sell for $199, whereas the 1GB GPU will sell for $229.
The GeForce GTX 460 768MB version will be available starting today from NVIDIA add-in card partners. Wider availability of the GeForce GTX 460 1GB is expected by July 26, 2010. For more information and specifications visit the product page for GeForce GTX 360.