GeForce GTX 460 (GF104) Specs, Speeds Leaked?

There's another Fermi card in the works, and it educated guesses say that it'll be the GeForce GTX 460. Leaks from Chinese and German websites give us a picture of what we can expect from the upcoming offering from Nvidia.

First up, Heise (translated) cites a trusted source in providing the following spec chart.

 

Heise notes that test cards have been clocked up to 830 MHz without any change in voltage while maintaining stability. If the overclocking potential is indeed true, these cards could be a good value, as Heise places prices at $250 for the 1GB model and $230 for the 768MB model.

Chinese site Expreview then grabbed these card shots:

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  • Bring it on, the more competiton the more it will drive prices down!
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  • whats the power usage?
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  • "if you can afford to buy this type of cards then you should be able to pay for your electrical bill, if not then don't bother."

    The electrical bill is only one reason for being curious about power consumption. Other reasons, and possibly more relevant ones, would be heat and noise output.

    Can my PSU handle this midrange card or do I have to step down a bit more or get a new PSU? Is my case airflow good enough, will other components be affected by potentially higher case temperatures? Will it limit my overclocking potential? Will high temperatures shorten the lifespan of the card? Is the fan noise bearable, either under idle or load?

    There's lot of things that can be implied, or derived, from a cards power requirements. Naturally it's best to wait for the reviews but your assumption that people only care because of their electrical bill is fallacious at best.
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  • Bring it on, the more competiton the more it will drive prices down!
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  • whats the power usage?
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  • gf104? let's see what this baby can do
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