GeForce GTX 650 Ti
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GeForce GTX 650 Ti Review
GeForce GTX 650 Ti is a fast-middle-class GFX based on the Kepler GK106 Core and successor to previous GeForce GTX 550 Ti.
Based on the Kepler GK106 Core, GeForce GTX 650 Ti features 768 Cuda Cores equipped with fast GDDR5 on a 128-bit memory interface. The Central Clock is set at 928MHz and the memory clock runs at 1350MHz. As everyone knows, the Kepler GK106 offers great overclock-ability so expect to see a lot of variants of GeForce GTX 650 Ti with central clocks of over 1000MHz.
The performance, when compared to previous GeForce GTX 550 Ti is over 30% better, the price is average and benchmarks indicate modern demanding games can be played smoothly at the highest settings while extremely demanding games are playable at high settings with modest resolutions smoothly.
Note: Please beware that GeForce GTX 650 Ti DOES NOT support SLI.
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928 MHz
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bidzo123
22:32 Oct-22-2014
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Anything i need to change ?

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neos23
20:33 Sep-23-2014
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Is my rig fine? Should i upgrade something? Idk what should i do. :(

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Schmuko
23:02 Aug-27-2014
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If I upgraded something, what would it be?

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saito1192
19:35 Aug-28-2014
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How much budget do you have?? If you want a cheap upgrade, you can go after the r9 270x. You should upgrade your cpu too though.

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Schmuko
21:57 Sep-04-2014
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My budget is around 100$-300$ at the very most. I just recently upgraded my graphics card and was just wondering if I should shoot for anything else first.

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Schmuko
22:00 Sep-04-2014
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It says the Core i5-3450 3.1GHz is a good combo with the GTX 650 t. Should I try for that? Also my power supply is only 500 watts.

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saito1192
02:58 Sep-05-2014
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Yes it's a good combo and can play most games just fine but you also need to change your mobo mate because you're using amd cpu right now. And depending on the brand and quality, you psu is enough for the system.

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shaq666
14:24 Jul-20-2014
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my current configuration is ok to play next gen games?

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BOBKAATANK
08:24 Jun-25-2014
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friends, i wish to enquire about forsa nvidia gtx 650ti gfx card?
is this a card worth buying? is it reliable?
i know 650ti is awesome but m talking about the brand, m getting it pretty cheap , so i was wondering whether i shud buy it?

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709zzy
05:52 Jun-30-2014
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If you want to enjoy some of the newer games at medium settings with smooth frame rate, you should at least get a 750 ti.

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pepipro
19:44 Mar-20-2014
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Thinking of a upgrade for my gpu.Is it worth upgrading to 650 ti ? I am also considering hd 7770
(And is it good with FX 6300)

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vivek680
11:15 Apr-19-2014
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The gtx650 ti is better than 7770…. But if u have a bit more then go for 750ti

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Xicer99
22:04 Mar-01-2014
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Should i get this or a GTX 750 or a R7 260X?

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Ragnos1997
10:20 Mar-09-2014
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Add little more money and go for GTX750 Ti.

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moinur
15:06 Feb-20-2014
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this or r7 260x?

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RasielTheBoss
00:25 Feb-24-2014
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Go for whichever one's cheaper. They are pretty similar in performance. The r7 260x is a bit better overall. If the games you play have things like Nvidia Physx go for the 650 ti because it'll give a little better performance in those.

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DSBSubhrajyoti
10:52 Feb-20-2014
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I have a GeForce GTX 650 Ti Gainward 2GB Edition , which is not mentioned here .
How much % is that better than the normal 650 ti ?

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RasielTheBoss
00:37 Feb-13-2014
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I just got this card, but it's made by ECS Elite Group. I'm not sure if that version is any different in performance or if it's the same as one of the variants listed. Can anyone tell me if it is.

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RasielTheBoss
00:56 Feb-13-2014
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814134164 Here's the link for it. It looks pretty similar to the zotac one, but it's single slot. It's probably just like the reference card with a better fan.

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