Finally, and straight from NVIDIA’s website, it’s confirmed. The GeForce GTX 480 and 470 are now available . With their beefy specifications and configuration, anyone would want to lay their hands on one.
The GeForce GTX 480/470 has promised a lot of things, and has a lot to offer. It supports DirectX 11 out of the box, therefore you’re set to see some amazing visuals on future titles to surface soon. Driven by 480 CUDA cores, this thing is indeed a monster. 700 MHz Graphics Clock, 1401 MHz of Processor clock ensures you get every bit of it’s extreme energy in every game and software you’re running. The memory specifications is something which we can also brag about, 1.5 Gigabytes of DDR5 running at a blistering clock speed of 1.8 GHz.
Rest of the features are NVIDIA’s standard, like, PhysX, CUDA, PureVideo, 3D Vision Surround and some other features which we’ve already seen in older GeForce Graphics Cards as well. What really matters right now are benchmarks. We would really love to see those and assess what this Chip is actually capable of doing, and is it really worth the money or not because a price tag of 500 US Dollars might hold back some gamers from affording it.