Two months later after announcement of GTX 470 and GTX 480, NVIDIA company officially announced the third graphic card model based on Fermi architecture GPU — GTX 465. Flagship GTX 480 became a leader by performance criteria among graphic cards based on a single GPU. However, power consumption of around 300 W, high temperatures at full load and recommended price of $500 made this card look less attractive to buy. GTX 470 video cards same cons as flagship — same high temperatures at full load and price of $350 while having almost the same performance level as much cheaper and cooler solution from NVIDIA’s rival ATI, namely Radeon HD 5850. However, NVIDIA is positioning its new graphic solutions, based on Fermi architecture, a bit differently. Game performance level of GTX 480 is between ATI Radeon HD 5870 and ATI Radeon™ 5970, therefore, together with attractive technologies like PhysX, Cuda and GeForce 3D Vision, Fermi flagship’s price was set to be lower than HD 5970, but higher than the closest rival’s — ATI Radeon™ HD 5870. GTX 470 at a recommended price of $350 was made to replace company’s former leader — GTX 285 video cards. And finally the third video card, based on GPU GF100 — GTX 465 is planned to replace GTX 275, and recommended price of the novelty of $279 can make GTX 465 serious opponent for ATI Radeon™ HD 5850. In this review we will get acquainted with one of the representatives of GTX 465 graphic cards — Point of View GTX 465:
Well — lets take a detailed look at the card.