Summary: Happy with the purchase! purchased in May 2013 and still going strong today! Its price-performance ratio is one of the best until now for Nvidia GPU. Wont break your initial investment and monthly electricity bill. Upgraded from HD5670 which is another price-performance contender during its time.
Summary: I have spent two years following NVIDIA and AMD video card development and have tracked the specs of forty GPUs before choosing this one. Gamers ignore cards at this level as being far too under powered, yet this GTX 650-Ti Boost card has married the best performance to efficiency ratio that exists...
Summary: I was looking for a new video card and wanted to get a boost 650ti I ended up buying this card and its awesome graphicsa are super frame rates are very high on all my games i would recommend this card to anyone looking to upgrade to a great gaming card without breaking the bank.
Summary: WHILE IN GAME IT FREZZES UP AND SAYS THE COMMANDS GIVEN TO CARD ARE NOT VALID AND THAT IT IS AN ENGINERRING ISSUE WITH CARD WHICH NEEDS LOOKING INTO.THE FAN CONTROLS WORK FINE AND IT SEEMS TO WORK FINE AS DICE WORKS OUT THERE ISSUES AS WELL.
Summary: Plays most everything at max settings. Idles between 28-30 C, haven't seen it go over 65C in games. One power connector, and probably 2/3 length of the GTX260 Maxcore it replaced. Definitely will help extend the life of the i5-750 system I built 3 or 4 years ago.
Summary: I recently replaced an old bfg card (8800 gts) with this sucker. In the time I was waiting for its arrival (much cheaper online than in store) I was running the onboard available in my i5 and it was terrible slow, even the 8800 (which was scavanged when making this computer) rated above it!
Summary: Used this card to upgrade my Shuttle which has 8GBs of Corsair RAM and a "modest" 2120 CPU. With this card, the CPU is ample, but I may switch it out for a 2500k I have sitting around doing nothing. Only problem is a worry about the excess heat. I also upgraded the Shuttle PSU to 500w.