XFX has unveiled its latest Radeon-based graphics card called the RX 460 Core Edition. One interesting feature about the RX 460 Core Edition is the fact that it’s a single-slot graphics card, which makes it perfect for easy installation in small cases.
Of course, one important thing to note about the XFX RX 460 Core Edition graphics card is that it isn’t the fastest variant in the market. In fact, sources claim that the graphics card’s performance wasn’t tweaked at all, meaning that it sticks to AMD’s reference RX 460 clock speeds of 1090MHz (base) and 1220MHz (boost). That said, the RX 460 Core Edition will come in two VRAM capacity variants: 2GB and 4GB.
Design-wise, the XFX RX 460 Core Edition is… well, decent enough. It comes with a regular-looking cooler shroud that is complemented with a black and red colour scheme. It seems that the only cooling solution of this graphics card would be a single 70mm fan, which is probably good enough for light gaming.
Display outputs include one DVI, HDMI 2.0b, and DisplayPort 1.4 ports each. Unfortunately, XFX has not mentioned the release date and price of the RX 460 Core Edition, but these details may be revealed soon enough.