SAPPHIRE Radeon RX 460 Nitro OC Review


Before we get to the SAPPHIRE RX 460 Nitro OC it is important to take a moment and talk about the RX 460 itself and what it brings to the table. Starting at the core of the RX 460 is the Polaris 11 GPU which features 4th Generation GCN architecture and 14 Compute Units. These 14 CUs make up the total 896 Stream Processors operating at a reference base clock of 1090 MHz with a boost of 1200MHz producing a peak of 2.2TFLOPS of compute power. Memory is handled by a 128-bit bus powering along the memory at 112GB/s with no specified capacity, but we know it comes in 2GB or 4GB Flavors. All of this wrapped up in a sub 75w TDP allowing for a 6-pin free design package for e-sports delight.