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    Maybe I understand what i researched wrong but I thought there are 2 types of the 460m . 1 being the 192bit , the other being the 128bit. Or is the 128bit strickly the 560m?

    Only concern is that I had an opportunity to grab a unit with a 560m but 15 inches just doesnt seem right when I am currently uusing a 17inch machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hazard99 View Post
    Maybe I understand what i researched wrong but I thought there are 2 types of the 460m . 1 being the 192bit , the other being the 128bit. Or is the 128bit strickly the 560m?

    Only concern is that I had an opportunity to grab a unit with a 560m but 15 inches just doesnt seem right when I am currently uusing a 17inch machine.
    1,5GB and 3GB vRAM is 192 bit
    1GB and 2GB vRAM is 128 bit
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    fuzon thanks for the info .

    It never clearly never stats if the 460m supports physx.

    can anyone confirm.

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    It does. nVidia supports PhysX via the drivers. They have done so since the 8000-series video cards. Wow! That was a long time ago!

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    So I got my rog g73sw. I am so loving it right now. I'm seeing games in a way that Ive never seen before.

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    @hazard99, Zygomorphic is right. The GTX460 is still a great card. Actually, to be honest, it is the same as 560 and the latest 660. Just small additions and rebranding. Marketing that gets our money Don't worry, a GTX460 will run ANY game PERFECTLY!

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    Just one note, the 460M, the 560M, and the 670M all very similar. The 660M is the new Kepler card, which has the new power-saving designs and other features. The 670M is just a rebranded 560M. Otherwise, thanks for the support!

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    This community has been great. I'm very impressed with the machine. Its super fast. I cant wait to find some acetate film and turn the keyboard blue!

    Speakers sound great and screen clearity is brilliant.

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