GeForce GTX 650 and GTX 660 Performance Charts

Published: 10th Sep 2012, 09:27 GMT

GeForce GTX 650 and GTX 660 Performance Charts
For those who were wondering about GeForce GTX 650 and GTX 660 performance in comparison to Radeon HD 7750 and HD 7850, I have some interesting charts.

Before going into details, those charts are based on official information from NVIDIA, which I found in the deepest and darkest place on the Internet. Anyway, we should treat them with a grain of salt. Not to mention, the games they chose are more in NVIDIA’s favour (that’s why we won’t see Metro 2033 here).

All tests were performed with 1920×1080 resolution. The data I have does not say if it’s with anti-aliasing enabled, but I assume it’s not.

GeForce GTX 660 / GeForce GTX 560 / GeForce GTX 460

According to this chart, GeForce GTX 660 would be on average 62% faster than GeForce GTX 460, while 28% than GTX 560. When you look at the bars you will notice that the newest Kepler generation brings more performance than previous refreshed Fermi GPU for mid-range segment.

GeForce GTX 660 / Radeon HD 7850

The scale goes down as we compare it to its counterpart from AMD – Radeon HD 7850. The raw data says that average gain of performance is 30%, but if we remove Diablo 3 and add few AMD favourites we can still go to 15-20%.

GeForce GTX 650 / GeForce GTS 450

This chart shows the comparison of GTS 450 and GTX 650. The GK107-based GTX 650 would be 23% faster. But NVIDIA chose GTS 450 for a reason, it’s rather a slow card. It would be more interesting if they chose GTX 550 Ti. I guess we will have to wait for that.
NVIDIA claims that GeForce GTX 650 will be 20% faster than GTS 450, while consuming around 50% less power. NVIDIA engineers focused here on performance per watt, while this card would consume only 64W.

GeForce GTX 650 / Radeon HD 7750

And finally GTX 650 to HD 7750. According to this chart GTX 650 is 21% faster than Radeon HD 7750.

by WhyCry

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