Gigabyte GeForce GTX 650 Ti 2GB 128-bit GDDR5
The Gigabyte GeForce GTX 650 Ti's GPU has 768 CUDA cores (192 less than the GTX 660) meaning there are 4 SMX Units, Gigabyte has outfitted its GTX 650 Ti with 2048MB of memory. In the I/O panel you'll find a pair of dual-link DVI-I connectors, a single HDMI 1.4a port, and a VGA port.
Low Noise Level.
Best Cooling potential.
Low power consumption.
Factory overclocked with more headroom for further performance tuning.
Requires only 1 6-pin PCIe power connector.
Doesn't support SLI.
The cooler was not as efficient as we thought it would with more overclocking.
Not as good in the overclocking field as the competition.
Ships with minimal accessories.
By TechSpot on October 09, 2012
Besides having a slight performance edge, it's worth noting that the HD 6870 supports Crossfire and the GTX 650 Ti doesn't support SLI, which may be of interest if you intend to add a second card at some point to boost performance (second-hand HD 6870s are cheap and plentiful on eBay).70
By TechSpot on October 09, 2012
Back in February, we were pretty disappointed with the Radeon HD 7770, as it was 18% slower than the GeForce GTX 560 while being only 15% cheaper at $159. Since then, AMD has made a various tweaks to the pricing of its Radeon HD 7000 series,...-
By Maximum PC on February 06, 2013
Nvidia has been popping out Kepler cards like a circus clown car since the company launched its 6-series GPUs in early 2012, and now we finally reach the bottom of the GTX barrel with the $150 GeForce GTX 650 Ti. This card slots in right below the...80
By X-bit Labs on January 23, 2013
On GeForce GTX 650 Ti performance: We are not really impressed with the performance of this graphics card in games. Yes, it is priced adequately, as its performance is somewhere in between that of the Radeon HD 7850 2GB and Radeon HD 7770 1GB. But...-
By TechGage on December 17, 2012
All said, both the stock-clocked GTX 650 Ti and GIGABYTE’s overclocked model here are fantastic offerings for their price-points. In general, you can expect it to be about 30% faster than AMD’s HD 7770 and 10~15% slower than the HD 7850.100
By VR-Zone on November 07, 2012
This year, we've covered most of the GPU releases from both red and green camps, including three hot-clocked enthusiast grade Geforce offerings from Gigabyte (GTX 680, GTX 670, GTX 660 Ti). With the holiday buying season approaching, we thought that...80
By Ozeros on October 14, 2012
En resumen, la GIGABYTE GTX 650 Ti 2GB OC demostró rendir acorde a sus aumentos de frecuencia y mantener una de los mejores resultados en refrigeración gracias al sistema Windforce.80
By Bjorn3D on October 10, 2012
Due to its great performance in almost any video game we have tested in our labs, the GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 650 Ti will find its way into our main system at home. We won’t be using it as a dedicated card for rendering all the graphics in our video games, because we have our Nvidia GeForce GTX 690 for that.80
By bjorn3d.com on October 10, 2012
The GIGABYTE GTX 650 Ti OC 2GB video card is the fastest, coolest, and quietest video card we have tested from the GTX 650 Ti lineup so far. It also comes with 4 display outputs, and 2GBs of VRAM, making it a great card for even games that use a lot of...90
By LegionHardware on October 09, 2012
In the end the GeForce GTX 650 Ti release is almost as disappointing as the Radeon HD 7770 release was 8 months ago. Neither product really seems to be a step forward as they both struggle to improve on pre-existing products.70