This week MSI unveiled a couple of new additions to its range of RX 460 graphics cards, launching the new Radeon RX 460 4GT LP and 2GT LP graphics card units.
As the names suggest, the 4GT comes equipped with 4GB of memory and the 2GT comes equipped with 2GB of memory.
Both of these new GPUs have been based on AMD’s Olaris 11 “Baffin” graphics chip, with 75 W TDP and PCIe power connections.
On the outside, you will also find a single HDMI 2.0 port that has support for HDCP 2.2 and comes alongside a single DL-DVI-D port.
MSI explained more about it with the following:
That TDP being tamed by a dual-fan cooling solution and the usage of MIL-STD-810G certified components mean that this is a card where MSI feels comfortable about its lifespan. MSI has not revealed a MSRP for any of these cards, but considering the segment at which they fit in like a jigsaw puzzle, one can surely expect their pricing to not be that far off from those recommended by AMD ($109 for the 2 GB version, and $139 for the 4 GB one).
We don’t know about worldwide availability or pricing for the cards just yet, however, MSI did reveal that the 2GB version will be $109 in the US and the 4GB version will be $139.