Coming in 2GB and 4GB versions
MSI has unveiled yet another HTPC-friendly graphics card, the low-profile Radeon RX 460 that will comes in both 2GB and 4GB versions.
To full 1024 Stream Processors and 64 TMUs
According to a fresh overclocking guide, AMD Radeon RX 460 can actually be unlocked to its full potential, providing additional TMUs and Stream Processors as well as decent performance gain of anywhere between 10 and 12 percent.
The RX 460 Core Edition
It appears that HIS is no longer the only firm to offer a single-slot Radeon RX 460 as XFX has its own Radeon RX 460 Core Edition that will be available in both 2GB and 4GB versions.
The RX 460 Slim-iCooler OC 4GB
While it isn't a low profile graphics card, some buyers are still looking for a decent single slot graphics card and the HIS RX 460 Slim-iCooler could be the best they can get.
Only for Asian market for now
XFX has apparently released a passive Radeon RX 460 graphics card for Asian market, which should be quite interesting to those looking to make a completely silent PC system.
With a similar performance to desktop version
AMD has revealed a few more details about its up and coming Radeon RX 460 Notebook GPU that will appear in a recently unveiled HP 15.6-inch Omen Limited Edition notebook and offer performance similar to the desktop part.
Support for new graphics cards and couple of fixes
AMD has released its fresh Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.8.1 drivers which bring support for the recently released Radeon RX 470 and Radeon RX 460 graphics cards as well as a new Crossfire profile and some fixes.
Starting at €129 inc. tax
As promised by AMD late last week, the AMD Radeon RX 460 is now available in most of Europe, starting at €129 in most of Europe and £99.95 in the UK.
Highend Vega GPU coming in 2017
A set of new slides leaked online has confirmed most of the specifications for the upcoming Radeon RX 470 and RX 460 graphics cards while the newest roadmap shows that high-end Vega GPU won't be coming before next year.
8GB version priced at US $179
With its agressive pricing move on the Radeon RX 480, AMD has no choice but to continue the same thing with the lower positioned Radeon RX 470, which should end up with a US $149 MSRP for the 4GB version.