PowerColor Radeon RX 460 Red Dragon, 2GB GDDR5

PowerColor Radeon RX 460 Red Dragon, 2GB GDDR5


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US$127.99

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features

  • DirectX: 12.0
  • OpenGL: 4.5
  • OpenCL: 2.0
  • Shader Model: 5.0

Specs

RAM bandwidth
2GB GDDR5, 1750MHz, 128bit, 112GB/s
Performance
2172GFLOPS (Single), 136GFLOPS (Double)
Coreclock
1090MHz, Boost: 1212MHz
Shader-Units/TMUs/ROPs
896/56/16
Cooling
1x Axial-fan (90mm)
Graphics Card Interface
PCIe 3.0
Design Height
Dual-Slot
Connectivity
DisplayPort 1.4
DVI
HDMI 2.0
Dedicated GPU
Radeon RX 460
Graphics Card
AMD Radeon
Lithography (nm)
14 nm
Power consumption
75W (TDP)
RAM
2GB

further info

Official Release Date Aug 08, 2016
PAX-Code PAX0008967262
Catalog No.  AXRX 460 2GBD5-DH/OC
Item Code  4715409188162
Product Measures 22.5cm x 12.8cm x 3.8cm

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ths.saisoks (1) on 22, Jul. 2017 23:07 (HKT)
Good gpu
Quality products And very fast delivery
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imikeskinner (1) on 28, Apr. 2017 17:13 (HKT)
Amazing for the size and power consumption.
I bought this for an old Dell machine which only had enough space for a motherboard-powered, single-slot, low-profile graphics card. I'd hoped to use it as a media center, but it also runs new games at mid-spec and everything from maybe 2013 backwards at top. This is with ageing DDR2 DIMMs and an old processor provisioned to reliably run Excel 2010 on someone's desk. This is also the 2GB GDDR5 edition, which I couldn't find anywhere else. It seems to compensate for the 64-bit memory bus to some extent. What it does with the power it draws down is most impressive, the stock Dell PSU I'm using it with has very little wattage to spare but it's still happily playing X-COM 2 at medium spec.
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