NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost 2GB GDDR5 PCIe
Very competent 1080p gaming performance.
25 per centplus faster than GTX 650 Ti.
Cool and quiet.
Comfortably beats Radeon HD 7790 OC cards.
Has potential for small formf actor gaming.
Supports up to four monitors.
Outperforms the AMD Radeon HD 6970 and GeForce GTX 570.
Kepler GPU enables 3D Vision and PhysX functionality.
Excellent performance with DX11 video games.
Supports NVIDIA GPU Boost technology.
Adaptive VSync, and TXAA.
Short profile fits into standard.
Promotional game bundle (at launch) is not as enticing as AMD’s equivalent offering.
By TechSpot on April 22, 2013
Last September saw the release of the first GeForce GTX 650 graphics card. Aiming at the gamer on a budget, the card sold for just $110, however with memory bandwidth of just 80GB/s -- less than the 3-year old GTX 460 -- it came up short of becoming a...80
By PC Pro on June 07, 2013
Powerful and efficient: hands down the best mainstream card on the...83
By Fudzilla on April 12, 2013
Judging by the benchmarks, two GTX 650 Ti Boost cards in SLI can deliver some top notch results at 1080p. The cheapest GTX 650 Ti Boost sells for about €150-160, which means you should be able to get two for €310 plus shipping, of course. An...-
By TweakTown on April 05, 2013
It's been a long time since we've tested NVIDIA SLI and been able to see how the technology is going. To be honest, it hasn't really changed much since we last looked at the technology previously. That's not a bad thing, though, because...-
By techPowerUp! on April 03, 2013
Apart from higher clock speeds, GPU Boost, a wider memory interface, and double the memory of the original GeForce GTX 650 Ti, NVIDIA gave the new GTX 650 Ti Boost variant SLI capability. The card can pair with another of its kind. At its price-point,...-
By itproportal.com on March 29, 2013
This card is a great deal for consumers, and news on the pricing front is even better. Nvidia's recommended pricing on the GTX 650 Ti Boost 2GB is £144, with a 1GB version of the card coming in at £124. The additional clock speed, memory...80
By TweakTown on March 27, 2013
The new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost clearly has some head room when it comes to the overclocking side of things, we just proved that here today. What we're really looking forward to is finding out what path companies go down when it comes to the...-
By PC Gamer on March 27, 2013
A quality 1080p GPU marking a return to gaming form for the lower-caste Kepler cards....85
By HEXUS.net on March 26, 2013
The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost graphics processor is a long-overdue introduction into the crucial sub-£150 market. This new GPU bears striking similarity to the pricier GeForce GTX 660 - it is the same, save for a loss of one of five SMX units...80
By Computer Shopper on March 26, 2013
With the GTX 650 Ti Boost, Nvidia has reduced the cost of entry for high-detail 1080p gaming and given AMD some serious competition in the midrange....80