Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 Ti 1GB Graphics Card Review



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Generally you’d see us taking a look at the higher-end of the scale when it comes to graphics cards, but we also have to remember that while we all wish we could have the latest and greatest, this isn’t sometimes the case and we have to look at lower-end options which is where the Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 Ti comes into play.

When Nvidia released the GTX 650 and 660, the performance increase from the lower end model up to the 660 was quite large and the price reflected that too which left the consumer wanting something in between. This is where the GTX 650 fits into things and offers performance but for those on a budget and that’s exactly what we’re here to look at today, to see if this card can offer a good amount of performance while still offering value for money.

Normally we’d start by looking at the packaging and bundle on offer before taking a closer look at the card and then jumping straight into the benchmarks, but with this being a reference card, we simply received the card on its own, neatly packaged within bubble wrap. With this in mind, we will take a brief look at the card and then get into the bit we all want to see; the benchmarks.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Evgeniy-Petrenko/100002100867608 Evgeniy Petrenko

    Thanks

  • http://twitter.com/Skidmarksdeluxe Wayne

    No fair. You always include photo’s of the packaging so why can’t we see photo’s of the bubble wrap & sellotape? It’s probably more interesting that the card.

  • jrpm

    great review, thanks, really helpful

  • MF

    take it im the only person who has problems with the card over heating ever 30 seconds

    • http://www.eteknix.com/ Ryan Martin

      Sounds like an issue with the card being faulty. Is the fan spinning, operating at PWM? Is the heatsink attached properly, enough thermal paste? Does the system shut down after it overheats – could be power leakage which means its shutting down to prevent damage (power leakage causes overheating and shutdown).