If you think you have to shell out over Php15,000 for a GeForce GTX 470 to play StarCraft II as it should be played then you might be happy to know that a sub-10k GPU will do.
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 is a Fermi-based GPU that is aimed towards the mainstream gamer. It is a sweet spot I might say if you’re looking for a nicely-priced card without sacrificing performance at all.
Check out some performance values of the GeForce GTX 460 video card compared to others.
This shows how clearly it separates itself from older models.
Here’s how it fares against the competition when running DX11 games:
If you’re a PC gamer on a budget, do consider aiming for the GeForce GTX 460. And if you want to, you can overclock it from 675MHz up to 800MHz.
GeForce GTX 460 Specs
- 1GB / 256-bit GDDR5 or 768MB / 192-bit GDDR5
- 336 CUDA cores
- Gfx/Proc/Mem Clock: 675/1350/1800 MHz
- Power: 160W (1GB), 150W (768MB)
- 2-way SLI
- 8.25 in.
- Dual Slot Fansink
- 2x DL-DVI, mini-HDMI output
- $199 (768MB), $229 (1GB)