Sparkle announes GeForce GTX 460 with 2GB GDDR5 memory

Sparkle Computer today reveals  its own GeForce GTX 460 series Graphics Cards , which includes the SPARKLE GeForce GTX 460 768MB model , GeForce GTX 460 1GB OC Graphics Card and the most interesting – the SPARKLE GeForce GTX 460 with 2GB GDDR5 memory.

The SPARKLE GeForce GTX 460 series Graphics delivers a GDDR5 memory interface,  336 CUDA cores, full DirectX 11 support, supports NVIDIA 3-way SLI technology, has two Dual-link DVI-I connectors, one Mini-HDMI 1.4a connector and check other specs bellow.

Sparkle Geforce GTX460

Specification

Model Number

SXX460768D5NM
SXX4601024D5SNM
SXX4602048D5NM

Graphics Processing Unit

GeForce GTX 460

Core Clock

675MHz / 700MHz / 675MHz

Memory Clock

3600MHz

Memory Type

768MB GDDR5 / 1GB GDDR5 / 2GB GDDR5

Memory Interface

192-bit / 256-bit / 256-bit

Stream Processors

336

Stream Processors Clock 1350MHz / 1485MHz / 1350MHz

Bus Type

PCI-Express 2.0

RAMDAC

400 MHz

Outputs

miniHDMI + Dual Link Dual DVI

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