Good power but lacking full HDMI port and a little overpriced in general
Muhammad "Muhammad Chamas", Amazon
5 August 2014
Summary: Nice power, but I wish it had a full size HDMI port. I also wish it had a case around it (especially for the price and to keep the dust out because I've had it for a year and there is quite a bit of dust built up on it). Also the price a little too high for only 1GB GDDR5.
Summary: I have used a couple of benchmarking tools to test this card and got some good numbers. I downloaded and installed the latest Nvidia drivers from the Nvidia website and this card has no issues.
Summary: it was easy to install and the software is good but had to be updated which is normal. I would highly recommend this video card. never buy a computer without one. sharing memory and using the web is not a great idea.
Summary: This is a great product. Installation was a snap and price performance was exceptional (yes, the heatsink is really cool). BTW you get intelligent, live tech support without having a long wait-time.
Summary: I upgraded from an old 9800 gt, this card easily beats that. I am satified with its performance, especially for the price, but still i had hoped for a little more based on reviews and performance ratings, I thought it would do a little better.
Summary: This is really a great card for the price. You get solid performance and low temps. Know what you're buying though. This isn't a top of the line super amazing gpu. It's a good intro card for budget builds.
Summary: If you like playing older games (Fallout: New Vegas, L4D2, Bioshock 2) this card will play them with all settings maxed out at a resolution of 1920x1080. I would have purchased the 660, but my wife would not let me spend the extra money. It also plays newer games with most settings maxed out.
Summary: EXCELENTE PRODUCTO ES IMPRESIONANTE LO QUE PUEDES HACER CON ESTA MSI GTX 650 TI PE/OC ^^ COMPRELO SE LO RECOMIENDO... PD: ES EXCELENTE COM JUEGAS CRYSIS 3 AL MAXIMO Y GRACIAS A LAS ULTIMAS ACTUALIZACIONES :D
Summary: This video card is pretty legit. Works great and the large fan/heatsink gives it a badass look, plus it keeps it cool. Just make sure you have a large enough case to fit it. This card is long. I have a HAF 912 and I took out the one set of HDD bays to make more room for this.
Summary: I've been using this for a few weeks now. Stays pretty cool and quiet even under max load. Those with smaller cases may want to note that this card is fairly large. Note that if you plan on adding another card to the your setup in the future, skip this one -- the 650 Ti does not support SLI.