GeForce GTX 650 Ti To Feature 768 CUDA Cores

Published: 3rd Oct 2012, 11:18 GMT

GeForce GTX 650 Ti To Feature 768 CUDA Cores
It seems that the specs which leaked few days ago about 768 CUDA cores were true. Hermitage Akihabara got their hands on official specification of the upcoming mid-range graphics card from NVIDIA.

According to the site, GeForce GTX 650 Ti would have 768 CUDA cores, not 576 as said earlier. The card will be based on GK106-220 GPU version. It seems that this is the only change from the specs I have posted earlier. The default GPU clock is 925 MHz and the memory clock is 5,400 MHz. Card is equipped with 1GB GDDR5 memory with 128-bit interface.

The final specification reveals the maximum power draw, which is 110 Watts. The GTX 650 Ti would require a single 6-pin power connector and will not feature any SLI connection.

GeForce GTX 650 Ti will be released on October 9th with MSRP of $149 (reference-based models) and $159-179 for custom.

According to WCCFTech MSI is preparing a HAWK Edition of the GTX 650 Ti, let’s hope they won’t add any superfluous components this time.

A word about 576 CUDA cores rumor. I’m 99% sure that NVIDIA has changed the specs of this graphics card model, because few of my sources confirmed the lower number of the cores.

UPDATE: Thanks to Erenhardt findings, we now know that GeForce GTX 650 Ti will also be offered with 2GB of memory.




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