|Memory Speed||1220 MHz|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||4 GB|
XFX AMD Radeon RX 460 4GB GDDR5 DVI/HDMI/DisplayPort PCI-Express Video Card (RX-460P4SFG5)
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- Factory Overclocked to 1220 MHz
- 4GB DDR5 Memory
- Crossfire ready
- Input: 8Pin PCI-E power connector, output: DVI-D Dual Link, HDMI, 3x DisplayPort.500W system power supply requirement
- Radeon GPUs with the Polaris architecture support HDMI 2.0b and DisplayPort 1.3 for compatibility with a new generation of monitors that would make any gamer excited
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|Graphics Ram Type||GDDR5||GDDR5||GDDR5||DRAM||GDDR5||GDDR5|
|Hardware Connectivity||PCIE x 1||PCIE x 16||PCIE x 16||PCIE x 16||PCIE x 16||PCIE x 16|
|Built-In Media||XFX AMD Radeon RX 460 4GB GDDR5 DVI/HDMI/Displayport PCI-Express Video Card||Graphics card, cables and connectors, quick setup guide||Graphic Card, Manual||installation CD, manual||Graphic Card, Manual||RX550-4G Graphic card, warranty card, user manual, software drivers|
|Item Dimensions||4.76 x 7 x 1.57 in||4.4 x 6.1 x 1.5 in||4.4 x 7.6 x 1.5 in||2.5 x 9.25 x 6.5 in||4.5 x 6.7 x 1.1 in||1.7 x 7.2 x 4.4 in|
|Memory Bus Width||128 bits||128 bits||128 bits||128 bits||128 bits||128 bits|
|Memory Clock Speed||1,220 MHz||1,196 MHz||7,008 MHz||1,500 MHz||7,000 MHz||1,183 MHz|
|Style Name||XFX RX 460 4GB SF||RX 560 AERO ITX 4G OC||Boost Clock 1518 MHz||—||RX 550 D5||RX 550 4GB|
Optimized for the most popular resolution on the market, the Radeon rx 460 graphics card powers through the latest AAA titles in 1080P. Featuring 4th generation GCN architecture, the Radeon rx 460 graphics card provides exceptional DirectX12 and Vulkan experiences with native Asynchronous shade support. .
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One thing to beware though if you want to get good overclocks wait until the aftermarket cards come out with better cooling and better power delivery. but I was too impatient to wait. Overall I highly recommend this card and am glad I returned my gtx 950 for this card as they are not even on the same league. as this card compares to a gtx 970.
Note: I have it overclocked to 1320mhz
Benchmark 1: Firestrike
Benchmark 2: Shadow of Mordor 1080p Max setting
Benchmark 3:Shadow of Mordor 4k High setting
Benchmark 4: Dirt 3 1080p Max setting
Benchmark 5: Dirt 3 4k Max setting
The box arrived in good condition. Inside the box the card was well secured. The card was accompanied with a single dual molex to pcie adapter, a driver cd, and a booklet about installing graphics cards (not specific to this card but a very general, very useless booklet). The card itself looks nice and feels well built. It does have a backplate which is nice. After installing it to my rig (Skylake 6600K, 16 gbs ddr4, corsair gtx100i) it fired right up. I have a fractal design R5 case which is suppose to help with reduce audible computer noises. Initially, and after gaming for and hour or so, I am still unable to hear this card's blower through my case.
Performance wise I have been using this card at 1080p resolution and will only be using it at 1080p resolution so I cannot comment on 1440p or beyond. In Overwatch I get 65-70 fps everything maxed out on Ultra. Doom I get 80 to 130 fps on Ultra at 1080p. BF4 ultra runs buttery smooth.
I see it currently (6/30/16) listed at 350 to 375 dollars by second parties. At that price this card looses it's main advantage of price to performance. I believe this card is worth it at the 235 to 260 range but personally would not pay more than that. This card shines as 1080p resolutions or for those who are using legacy cards. At higher resolutions or greater fps needed, I would look to the 1070/1080 or wait it out for AMD's Vega. If you are looking for a great 1080p card without breaking the budget, this card seems to deliver.
The open source drivers that ship with the Linux kernel are the way to go right now. I tried downloading the proprietary drivers, but AMD is not keeping up with kernel releases or distribution releases. I ran into a number of compatibility issues with the drivers from AMD's site, but the open source drivers are great so far. No idea if there's a performance difference.
Tested on Kubuntu with kernels 4.9.16 - 4.10.8:
Distributor ID: Ubuntu
Description: Ubuntu 16.04.2 LTS
I got this card because it had an external PCI-E power connector, a feature I thought would be useful based on some reviews that said the card throttled itself to keep at a 75W limit imposed by the PCIE bus power. In real world use, my card has not ever gone over 50W of power consumption. I was also unable to achieve a stable overclock of the card in my system, but my motherboard is quite old and you may have better results. It is extremely quiet at all times, another nice discovery that I wasn't expecting.
If I were to buy again, I'd consider upgrading to a card with 4 gigs of ram or one that uses all the PCI-E lanes, as this card only uses 8 PCI-E lanes and hitting the 2 gigabyte vram limit brings it's performance to a standstill. A card that uses the full width of the PCI-E bus or having more ram to hold textures would be a noticeable improvement. I also had to upgrade my linux installation from an older Ubuntu LTS to the latest release to get graphics acceleration to work with this card, a laborious and disappointing discovery.
I am extremely happy with the card overall. I got 90% of the performance of my old card (purchased in 2014), for half the power consumption, none of the noise, and half the price. This card would be a great value or anyone looking to improve over internal graphics, run dual 4K monitors for minimal cost, or looking to replace an dead card in a older system.
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Still using my xfx rx480 it’s been over a year now