Reviews and Problems with Zotac GeForce GTX 460 AMP! 1GB 256-bit (810MHz/4000MHz) [ZT-40403-10P]
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ZOTAC GeForce GTX 460 Amp! Edition 1 GB
17 August 2010
Summary: If you are the kind of user who simply wants to install a graphics card, install the drivers and start gaming without doing any further tweaking, then the ZOTAC GTX 460 Amp! Edition is the best GTX 460 choice on the market right now. Its massive out of the box overclock of 810 MHz core and 1000 MHz memory can result in a substantial performance improvement compared to the reference design which runs at 675 / 900 MHz (core/memory).
Pros: Overclocked out of the box, 20% higher clocks than reference design, Similar price/performance ratio than reference 1 GB card, Quiet, Low power consumption, Native full-size HDMI output, Prince of Persia full game included, DisplayPort output, GDDR5 memory, 1 GB of memory, Support for DirectX 11, Support for NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround, Support for CUDA, PhysX and 3D Vision
Cons: Maximum manual overclock similar to reference GTX 460 cards, 1 GB VRAM does not make a substantial difference over 768 MB, DirectX 11 relevance very limited at this time, Memory chips not cooled
Excerpt: nVidia’s GTX460 is without a doubt the strongest card in their current lineup, the pricing is right and the performance has surprised more than a few naysayers. Even though the reference performance is excellent this hasn’t stopped manufacturers from releasing their own modded boards and KitGuru recently reviewed the MSI N460GTX Cyclone which earned our top award. Today we are looking at the latest card from Zotac , the GTX460!