1 reviews

EVGA GeForce GTX 460 2WIN

Released April, 2011

Product Shot 1 The Pros:DirectX 11 tessellation. Dual GTX 460 processing. 2GB RAM.

The GeForce GTX 460 2WIN is a dual core video card that uses two of EVGA's already popular GTX 460 core processors. Although it does not feature SLI interfacing which would allow it to run in tandem with other cards, it will power up to three monitors with 3D graphics in surround mode and four monitors with surround disabled.

Where to Buy

loading.. Loading latest prices from ProductWiki...

Internally it boasts a 700MHz core speed and 3600MHz memory clock speed, as well as 2GB of GDDR5 RAM. The interface has 3 DVI-I connectors and one Mini-HDMI connector, and ships with a VGA adapter, HDMI adapter cable, two power cables, instruction manual and installation CD. Compatibility with DirectX 11 and featuring the new and highly realistic  3D technology called tessellation is a major plus when combined with refinement algorithms and displacement mapping, all of which make more efficient rendering of 3D images on different platforms. Pricing and availability have yet to be announced by EVGA as of March 2011, but the company says it will be cheaper than competing 3D cards out at the moment, probably owing to the fact that the GTX 460 CPU's inside are already made and have been out for a year already.


  • Performance

    NVIDIA GTX 460
    700 MHz GPU
    672 CUDA Cores
    400 MHz RAMDAC
  • Memory
    2048 MB, 512 bit GDDR5
    3600 MHz (effective)
    230.4 GB/s Memory Bandwidth
  • Interface
    PCI-E 2.0 16x
    DVI-I, DVI-I, DVI-I, Mini-HDMI
  • Resolution & Refresh
    240Hz Max Refresh Rate
    2048x1536 Max Analog
    2560x1600 Max Digital

User Reviews (1)

Add Pros & Cons
  • 1

    DirectX 11 tessellation

  • 1

    Dual GTX 460 processing

  • 1

    2GB RAM


Comments (0)

What's on your mind? See more ProductWiki Talk

You may also like...