MSI has unveiled its newest product in the form of two low profile RX 460 graphics cards. These are the MSI RX 460 2GT and 4GT LP graphics cards. Prior to this, the company had first showcased its low profile iteration of the Nvidia GTX 1050 graphics card back in November last year.
When it comes to design, both the MSI RX 460 2GT and 4GT low profile graphics card look strikingly similar to that of the low profile GTX 1050. MSI’s newest Radeon graphics cards comes with an all black cooler shroud along with two cooler fans. Unfortunately, neither will be equipped with a backplate, which isn’t surprising when one considers the fact that both are made to cater for the mainstream market.
Performance-wise, the MSI RX 460 2GT and 4GT LP will boast similar clock speeds as the stock Radeon RX 460 graphics card. For those who are unaware, the reference clock speeds are 1090MHz (base) and 1200MHz (boost). MSI’s 2GT and 4GT nomenclature on its newest graphics card indicate their respective VRAM capacities.
Those aside, connectivity options on MSI’s newest low profile graphics cards are… well, scarce. In fact, both the RX 460 2GT and 4GT will only be fitted with two display connectors: HDMI and DVI ports. Sadly, pricing and date of availability of these graphics cards were not mentioned by MSI.
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