Single-Slot ‘HIS RX 460’ Slim-iCooler OC 4GB Graphics Cards Now Available
Hong Kong-based graphics card manufacturer HIS has come up with the latest version of AMD's Polaris 11-based GPU "RX 460". And what's amazing with this version of "RX 460" is that it retained the performance of the graphics card, even enhanced at some aspects and it is now slimmer covering on a single-slot.
Single-Slot "HIS RX 460" Slim-iCooler OC 4GB Graphics Cards
The latest customized AMD "RX 460" from HIS is integrated with a brand new single-slot iCooler model from HIS, meaning it only needs one lane of PCI slot on the motherboard compared to the regular "Radeon RX 460". The graphics card is equipped with a Metallic Fan-shroud engraved with Lion image that can provide outstanding cooling performance while maintaining a quiet environment. Most of all, it doesn't need additional external power.
Yes, this single-slot "HIS RX 460" comes with Low Thermal Design Power (TDP) at 75W. Nevertheless, this mini-beast graphics card can perform at overclocked at Base Clock 1090MHz and Turbo Boost Clock at 1220MHz, without the support of a 6-pin Power Socket.
The Memory Clock of "HIS RX 460" is set at 7Gbps with interface running at 128-bit. As mentioned the "HIS RX 460" does not need external power connection so having a 400W power supply will be fine.
As for the resolution of "HIS RX 460", the maximum it can get for DisplayPort 1.4 is 5120 cx 2880 pixel resolution @ 60Hz, while it can reach up to 4096x2160 pixel resolution @ 60Hz for HDMI 2.0b. The Dual -link DVI can get up to 2560 x 1600 pixel resolution @ 60 Hz.
"HIS RX 460" Variants, Price
My Gaming reported that there is a 2GB GDDR5 version of "HIS RX 460" with almost the same specifications detailed on the official HIS website. And based on South African e-commerce website Woot Ware, the price of "HIS RX 460" is only 1,749.00 (South African Rand), roughly translates to $125.
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