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 present retail offerings. GTX 650 Ti clearly works best when playing to its strengths.
Pros: Excellent thermals and noise characteristics, Amongst the best factory core overclock
Cons: Expensive... at £160, Huge PCB, Memory overclocking is poor
Excerpt: The Asus GTX 650-E is the company's tweaked version of the Nvidia GTX 650 reference design. It has 384 CUDA cores, 1GB of GDDR5 RAM and a core clock speed of 1,071MHz, which is a slight increase on Nvidia’s reference speed of 1,058MHz. Its relatively modest specification is matched by its relatively modest dimensions, with the GTX 650-E measuring just 200mm, which is small enough to fit in all but the tiniest of PC cases.