"No question, the GeForce GTX 460 1 GB is the way to go there. Add 3D Vision support, Blu-ray 3D capabilities, CUDA, and PhysX, if you can see yourself taking advantage of those features—none of which AMD really has an answer for yet."
"To put it simply, the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 is a fantastic product. It is priced right; it performs admirably; it is dead quiet; it sips power; it runs cool, and it overclocks like a monster without voltage modification..."
"...GTX 460 cards remaining as some of the quietest mid and high-end cards we’ve ever benchmarked, even with a 24% overclock."
"On a more personal note, I think the GTX 460 is the most exciting card released in the last year..."
“The GeForce GTX 460 is simply one of the most appealing DirectX 11-class graphics cards out there.”
"Whether you pay $199 or $229, the GTX 460 is an amazing performer for the price, not to mention the added value from terrific overclocking potential."
“One thing I would have a hard time justifying, though, is spending $299 for a Radeon HD 5850 when you can pick up a GTX 460 1GB—which is faster in Metro 2033 and Borderlands and competitive enough elsewhere”
“The GeForce GTX 460 is faster than the Radeon HD 5830, costs about the same, is just as power efficient and has room for overclocking. If you are looking for a new graphics card in the $200 budget, NVIDIA looks to have the best solution available!”
“If you are looking to spend $199-$229 for a video card the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 looks like it is the clear winner no matter how you look at it. It comes out ahead in the performance tests, has low temperatures and is energy efficient compared to other cards!”
“Price performance wise the GTX 460 lineup is hard to beat.”