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Reviewed: ASUS RX460 STRIX - Specifications Featured

The full specifications of the ASUS ROG STRIX RX460 are listed below.

For comparison, the RX480 36 Compute Units and 2304 Stream Processors and a 256bit Memory interface but it draws 150W. This comparison is important when forming realistic performance expectations of the RX460.

 

 

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ASUS ROG STRIX RX460

Graphics Engine

AMD Radeon RX460

Interface

PCI Express x16 3.0

GPU Architecture

Graphics Core Next 4th Generation (GCN4) FinFET 14nm

Compute Units

14

Stream Processors

896

Memory Type

GDDR5

Memory Size(MB)

4096

Memory Interface

128 bit

Core Clock Speed(MHz)

Boost Core Clock
1256 MHz (OC mode)
1236 MHz (Gaming Mode)

Memory Speed 

Memory Clock Speed
7000 MHz 

Memory Bandwidth

112 GB/sec

DVI Output

1 (DVI-D)

HDMI-Output

1 (version 2.0) 

DisplayPort

1 (version 1.4)

Maximum Resolution

5120x2880

HDCP Support

Y

DirectX Version Support

12

OpenGL Version Support

4.5

Multi-GPU Technology

Crossfire

Card Dimensions(mm)

194 x 120 x 35 mm

Power Consumption (W)

<75W

Power Connectors 6-pin x 1
Technology Support

-AMD FREESYNC
-Vulkan Support
-Virtual Super Resolution

 

Physical Appearance & Build Quality

This is a beautiful enough card when it's unlit but it really comes to life when the Aura RGB lighting is doing its thing. It feels solid and looks expensive, our review sample was absolutely flawless. Despite being bigger than a true ITX-sized card, it still seems compact. In operation, the card remains cool and so quiet that I'd consider it silent. As a package, the execution of the RX460 STRIX seems over the top for an entry-level GPU - on the other hand though, ASUS have really done this 'little' GPU justice.

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