MSI GeForce GTX 650 Ti Power Edition Performance Unveiled

Published: 5th Oct 2012, 04:45 GMT

MSI GeForce GTX 650 Ti Power Edition
El Chapuzas Informatico posted a preview of upcoming MSI’s GTX 650 Ti Power Edition graphics card.

This exclusive preview shows another Power Edition model from MSI. The site is confirming that the launch date is October 9th. MSI’s GTX 650 Ti Power Edition is equipped with large Cyclone II cooling fan. As for the custom model there’s a non-reference PCB, with high quality Military Class III components. Card is kept in brown color’s.

MSI GTX 650 Ti PE features GK106-220-A1 GPU, which is packed with 768 CUDA cores. Card is clocked at 993 MHz for base clock and there’s no boost clock here. The memory is 1GB GDDR5 5.4 Gbps with 128-bit interface. The bandwidth is 86.4 GB/s.

As for the performance, this non-reference card seems to offer a similar performance to Radeon HD 7850. There’s a huge gap between GTX 660 Ti and 650 Ti, so we should expect another models coming later (not to mention GTX 660 model).

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