Thus far, Powercolor, Gigabyte, Sapphire, and MSI all unleashed their RX 460 graphics cards, and for the review we had an Asus Strix RX 460 to put through the paces. Now, XFX joins the fray with a grand total of four different cards. These include the RX 460 Single Fan and RX 460 Double Dissipation, both coming in 2 GB and 4 GB GDDR5 flavors.
As far as clock speeds go, XFX has opted to keep things rather simple by clocking all the GPUs at 1,220 MHz (just 20 MHz over the reference frequency), and running the memory at the reference 7.0 Gbps speed.
The single fan model has a simple cooler that should be just adequate to cool the card without any bells or whistles. The Double Dissipation model, on the other hand, has a simple heatsink with two heatpipes and two easily removable fans – a feature that’s useful for cleaning and swapping out broken fans. None of the cards have RGB lighting, but that isn’t all too surprising on a budget-oriented card such as the RX 460.
Display outputs consist of a dual-link DVI port, DisplayPort 1.4 and HDMI 2.0.
XFX did not provide pricing or availability info.
|GPU Clock||Memory Size||Memory Clock|
|RX 460 Single Fan 2GB||1220 MHz||2 GB GDDR5||7.0 Gbps|
|RX 460 Single Fan 4 GB||1220 MHz||4 GB GDDR5||7.0 Gbps|
|RX 460 Double Dissipation 2 GB||1220 MHz||2 GB GDDR5||7.0 Gbps|
|RX 460 Double Dissipation 4 GB||1220 MHz||4 GB GDDR5||7.0 Gbps|