GeForce GTX 650 Ti Performance Detailed

Published: 5th Oct 2012, 01:13 GMT

For those who were wondering how the new Ti model performs, here’s the answer. Those figures are based on Inno3D GTX 650 performance, which is believed to operate at reference speed.

The leaker has also added the GPU-Z screenshot, where we have more information than we used to have from other leaks. However there are few errors, like memory speed, so I wouldn’t put too much faith in those numbers for now.

As for the benchmarks, those are all synthetic 3DMark tests. Card seems to offer a performance similar to Radeon HD 6870 or GeForce GTX 560, but it’s not as fast as HD 7850. Card has reached X1489 score in 3DMark11’s Extreme Preset and P4689 in Performance. So the real fight against HD 7850 might start with factory-overclocked model, since reference based cards will be to slow to compete.

GeForce GTX 650 Ti will likely be released on October 9th or 11th.

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