ASUS GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost DirectCU II OC Review
29 July 2013
Summary: Today on the test bench for your reading pleasure, we have the ASUS GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost DirectCU II OC 2GB that comes in at the $175 mark. We will compare it to the XFX Radeon HD 7790 Black Edition 2GB to determine which factory overclocked card can run circles around the other.
Excerpt: ASUS has put outs its variation of the new GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost with the DirectCU II cooler and SAP components. Let’s see what exactly this model has to offer to make it worth your cash. there’s 8,760 Hours in 1 year, multiply that be 10 and those Capacitors used by Asus should be good.
Summary: NVIDIA's new GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost adds a strong sub-$200 option to the company's lineup. Thanks to the added Boost clock algorithm and a beefed up 192-bit memory interface, we see massive performance gains compared to the GTX 650 Ti without Boost.
Pros: Great pricing, Good performance, Overclocked out of the box, Quiet in idle and load, Improved power consumption, Good overclocking potential, Up to four active outputs, Native full-size HDMI and DisplayPort, Support for CUDA and PhysX, Adds support for SLI
Cons: Overclock out of the box is small, Memory chips and VRM not cooled
ASUS GeForce® GTX 650 Ti Boost ( GTX650TIB-DC2OC-2GD5 ) Graphic Card Review
25 February 2013
Summary: A GTX 650 Ti Boost costs about RM 150 more than the ~RM 500 HD 7790 cards. Getting about 25% – 33% by paying about 25% more is not a bad deal I’d say. It closes the gap between the GTX 650 Ti and the GTX 660.
Conclusion: HEXUS remains of the opinion that the recently-introduced GeForce GTX 650 Ti is a good video card. Priced at not much more than £100 for reference-like models and providing solid gaming performance at a full-HD resolution, NVIDIA's add-in card partners still need to think carefully about how to...
Pros: Excellent thermals and noise characteristics, Amongst the best factory core overclock
Cons: Expensive... at £160, Huge PCB, Memory overclocking is poor
Summary: Synthetics -
Kepler’s superior architecture shines in the synthetic tests with the ASUS GTX 650Ti DCUII TOP getting performance scores above everything else that was benchmarked, except for the GeForce GTX 660, which is a full implementation of the GK106 core.
Cons: Reference Board Design - No, Reference Fan - No, Aftermarket Board Design - Yes, Aftermarket Cooling - Yes, Aftermarket Power Control - Yes, Factory OC - Yes
Summary: NVIDIA's new GeForce GTX 650 Ti offers much better performance than the normal GTX 650. The GTX 650 uses GK107 silicon, whereas the GTX 650 Ti uses GK106 silicon, which is also used on the GTX 660. This change makes the card 30% faster than GTX 650, which is still much slower than the GTX 660.
Pros: Extremely quiet, Very low power consumption, Overclocked out of the box, Good overclocking potential, Low temperatures, Support for PCI-Express 3.0 and DirectX 11.1, Support for NVIDIA CUDA & PhysX
Cons: Memory not overclocked, Very limited memory OC potential, No NVIDIA GPU Boost, No support for SLI
Asus Geforce GTX 650 Ti Boost DirectCU II OC İncelemesi
19 May 2013
Conclusion: Satın alma aşamasında; GTX 660'ı 219, FTX 650 Ti'yı ise 139$'a bulabiliyoruz. Radeon HD 7850 ise 175$. GTX 660'a oranla daha makul fiyata satılacak olan GTX 650 Ti Boost henüz Türkiye'de bulunuyor. Asus'dan fiyat bilgisine ulaşamadık ama yurtdışında 175$'a satıldığını öğrendik.