Even though the official launch date of GeForce GTX 650 Ti is October 9th, there are few benchmarks results available on the web. However, there was still no full review posted anywhere, so if you are curious about the performance if this mid-range graphics card have a look below.
This is a full review posted by Korean website PlayWares. The review consist of synthetic benchmarks, game performance and power consumption.
In 3DMark11, GeForce GTX 650 Ti seems to be slightly faster than GTX 560 Ti. But even overclocked GPU clock of 1 GHz doesn’t make this card faster than Radeon HD 7850. In terms of average power consumption, GTX 650 Ti is quite near to Radeon’s power draw. The total system consumption is around 185W, while HD 7850’s 189W, so the difference is almost unnoticeable.
The overall performance indicates that GeForce GTX 650 Ti is 28% slower than Radeon HD 7850 in 1920×1080 resolution, whereas in 1680×1050 the difference is 27%. Overclocking can give additional 7% speed but that’s still not enough to fight against Radeon HD 7850. However, this card clocked at 1GHz is slightly faster than GTX 560.
The leaking site does not mention official TDP or the exact model of tested card. The official specification is already know and it is confirmed by GPU-Z screenshot from this review. The GTX 650 Ti would feature 768 CUDA cores and 16 ROPs (the same number of ROPs as GTX 650, but lesser than GTx 660). The GPU is clocked at 928 MHz by default, while the memory is clocked at 5.4 GHz. Card will arrive with two memory configurations — 1GB or 2GB of GDDR5 memory, however it will be offering only 128-bit interface.
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