MSI just gave birth to a faster breed of its N460GTX Hawk graphics card, which it's calling "Talon Attack" (no joke). The Talon Attack comes equipped with the same Twin Frozr II cooling solution as the original, but underneath the heatsink, MSI swapped the memory for lower-latency 0.4ns RAM chips.
"The newest addition to MSI's Hawk line-up, the N460GTX Hawk Talon Attack graphics card, is quipped with super-fast 0.4ns graphics memory and is overclocked out of the box to 810MHz core, 1620MHz Shader core, and 3900MHz memory clock," MSI said. "This places the MSI N460GTX Hawk Talon Attack above a reference GTX 470 in today's most popular benchmark, 3DMark Vantage."
For the sake of comparison, the original N460GTX Hawk came clocked at 780MHz core, 1560MHz Shader core, and 3600MHz memory. Other than goosing the clockspeeds across the board, the Talon Attack shares the same feature-set as the original, including 1GB of GDDR5 memory, a pair of dual-link DVI connectors, and a mini-HDMI port.