With the success of the GTX480 release, Nvidia is looking to continue to provide top quality products with their new line of 4XX series GPU’s. When we reviewed the GTX480 a couple of weeks ago, it was built on the older Fermi architecture, GF100. The GTX460 we have today is made with a new Fermi-based architecture, GF104. The GF104 primarily boasts lower power consumption and lower temperatures. We will be diving in to see how the GF104 stacks up to the older GF100 in order to see if the improvements are noticeable. Today, we will be putting the EVGA GTX460 1GB SuperClocked Edition through the paces. It is one of three EVGA factory overclocked cards, with the SSC and the FTW being the other two. Shall we continue?
Continue on to the next page for overclocking and test results…