According to TechPowerUP:
Up until now, the third DirectX 11 compliant graphics SKU by NVIDIA, which was referred to as “GeForce GTX 460” has some confirmation in its naming, NVIDIA refers to it as “GeForce GTX 465”. Some of its lesser known specifications that have come to light are:
- Clock speeds of 607 MHz (core),
- 1215 MHz (shader), and
- 801 MHz or 3206 MHz effective (memory).
With a 256-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface, the card will feature 1 GB of memory. NVIDIA is said to have managed a TDP of 215W. The price-range targeted by this SKU is US $259 to $299. If market positioning of this SKU is anything to go by, the GTX 465 should be competitive with ATI Radeon HD 5850 and HD 5830.
On the other side we have news comming from MAXIMUMPC:
Sources from graphics card makers have been talking to news and rumor site DigiTimes about mainstream and entry-level versions of NVIDIA’s Fermi-based GeForce GTX 470 and 480 videocards. According to the tech chatter, the mainstream model will come built about NVIDIA’s GF106 core and ship in July, while the entry-level part will use the GF108 core and make its debut in August.
Meanwhile, NVIDIA will target the mid-range market with its upcoming GeForce GTX 460 (GF104) videocard, which is expected to ship in early June for $299. According to German website 3DCenter.org, the GTX 460 will come with 256 shader cores, 64 TMUs, 32 ROPs, and feature a 256-bit memory bus.
Pricing on the GF106 and GF108 is expected to be around $180 and $100, respectively, according to sources. Naturally, NVIDIA wasn’t willing to comment on unannounced products, so take these price points with a grain of salt.
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