in: Features - Graphics Card | August 4, 2010 | by: Oik Yusuf Araya

Digital Alliance GTX 460 768MB: New Chip, Custom Cooling

DiRT 2

Setting : 1920×1080; DirectX 11; Maximum Quality; No-AA

In this DirectX 11 racing game, the Digital Alliance GTX 460 768MB is 10 FPS ahead of the HD 5830. That’s around 18% faster.

3DMark Vantage

Setting : P-Rating (Default)

Digital Alliance GTX 460 768MB lags behind its adversary in this synthetic benchmark.

Microsoft DirectX SDK

Setting : 1920×1080; Default, DirectX 11

When it comes to tessellation-enhanced 3D model rendering in Microsoft’s DirectX SDK, Digital Alliance GTX 460 768MB holds the upper hand.

Unigine Heaven 2.1

Setting : 1920×1080; DirectX 11, AF x16, No-AA

Even with “normal tessellation” setting, Unigine Heaven presents a tough challenge for both cards in our test. Digital Alliance GTX 460 768MB slides ahead of the Radeon HD 5830 by 5 FPS.

MediaShow Espresso

Setting : Hardware Acceleration On

In our 1920×1080 MPEG4video transcoding scenario, Digital Alliance GTX 460 768MB finished the process significantly faster than the Radeon HD 5830. In 720×480 MPEG4 video transcoding test, however, both cards are almost equally fast.

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