While we would all love a top of the range card like the GTX 680, we can’t all afford one, but that doesn’t mean we have to miss out on all the latest games, the GTX 460 is a very capable card, I should know, I have one. I currently own the Super Super Clocked (SSC+) edition of this very card from EVGA, which has a factory over clock applied, something which you could easily do your self thanks to EVGA superb after-market software.
Capable of playing a maxed out Skyrim @ 1920 x 1080 and holding its own in Battlefield 3 at near maximum settings, the GTX 460 is excellent value for money.
• Microsoft DirectX 11 support
• NVIDIA CUDA technology
• NVIDIA PhysX technology
• NVIDIA SLI Ready
• NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround Ready
• NVIDIA PureVideo HD technology
• PCI Express 2.0 support
• Two dual-link DVI-I connectors
• Dual-link HDCP-Capable
• Microsoft Windows 7 Support
• OpenGL 4.0 Support
• HDMI 1.4 connector
You can buy the EVGA GTX 460 here for £95.46 ex VAT £114.55 inc VAT