EVGA announces first dual-Fermi graphics card

EVGA has announced GTX 460 2Win, the first dual-Fermi graphics card featuring 662 CUDA cores (at 700 MHz) and 2GB of DDR5 memory (3600 MHz effective). According to the company, this combination of two low end Fermi chips will beat the 3D Mark score of the NVIDIA GTX 580. That’s not a biggie, as GTX 580 has only 512 CUDA core, but the better news is that GTX 460 2Win will cost less than GTX 580, says EVGA.


Other specifications include PCI-E 2.0 support, up to 230.4 GB/s of memory bandwidth, 3 DVI-I ports and one Mini-HDMI giving you the freedom to connect 4 monitors to it. The beast requires a minimum of 700 watt / 46 amps power supply. For complete specs and benchmarks visit EVGA