Galaxy working on single-slot GeForce GTX 460
Andy Ruffell / 7 years ago
Galaxy are well known for their special graphics card designs and innovations. Latest news from sources report that the company is working on a single-slot GeForce GTX 460 graphics card. The card will feature a GPU clock speed of 675MHz, 1GB of GDDR5 memory clocked at 3600MHz, a 256-bit memory bus and 336 CUDA cores. The card draws power from two 6 pin connectors and offers Dual DVI and HDMI ports.
Pictures from Turkish tech site Donanim Haber have also leaked pictures of the above mentioned card.
It also supports two way SLI, 3DVision, Physx and CUDA, so it has nothing to be jealous of to the reference dual slot designs we have seen thus far. It will be a great card for users with limited number of PCI-E slots covered by dual slot graphics cards designs.
The company on the other hand didn’t give any further details on availability or pricing.
It’s known from the previous galaxy designs like the GTX260+ Razor Edition and the single slot GTX 470 (that we didn’t see on the market) that the cards are limited in numbers and it’s hard to find them available for sale.
Let’s hope we will be available to see them soon on the European and Western market and that Galaxy continues their innovative designs.
Also bear in mind, that Galaxy aren’t massively involved in the UK and European market, so be sure to check out with their sub-company KFA2 have to offer instead.