AMD’s RX 460 Lowers Cost of UHD

AMD’s new Radeon RX 460 graphics card is its newest device based on the Polaris architecture. Designed for gamers, the RX 460 supports high resolution gaming and streaming, and can handle HDR content.

Built on a FinFET process, the RX 460 features an HEVC encoder/decoder for UltraHD streaming. It also supports AMD’s Freesync anti-tearing technology.

The card reaches 2.2 TFLOPS of performance. It contains 14 compute units and 896 stream processors. Typical power consumption is less than 75W. HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort interfaces are featured.

AMD is selling the RX 460 now; prices start at $120.