Earlier in the month we heard about another GTX 400 series card coming to market in the near future, nestling beneath the GTX 470 with pricing somewhere under the $300 mark (putting it squarely against the HD 5830).
The latest word is that NVIDIA is planning to unveil the "GTX 460" at Computex during the first week of June. The source has also been able to confirm a bit more on the specifications front.
While the card will be derived from the GF100 GPU, it will be trimmed down with a lower stream count and slimmer memory interface. It is said to have 384 cores, 32 ROPs, 48 TMUs and a 256-bit GDDR5 memory interface connected to 1GB of memory.