Reviews and Problems with MSI N650Ti TF 2GD5/OC BE
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Delightful Video and Computing Card
Robin T. Wernick, Amazon
5 February 2014
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 for GPUs. I married the card to a Corsair 500w PS that supports 38 amps of +12v and it lights up three monitors with high definition video just fine.
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: 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. This card is very quiet and plenty powerful for gaming under most conditions. The Boost edition of the 650Ti single handedly rendered the standard 650 Ti obsolete.
Summary: Once every few years I upgrade my video card, thus I get a video card that is better then the very best video card back a few years ago for a price that is affordable. This one I had to buy because I finally upgraded my Q6600 system to an i7 ivy bridge system and needed a good graphics card to go with it. As always I bought a shuttle in which noise is a big factor. However this graphics card despite it twin fans, was ultra quiet.
Pros: quiet as a mouse, very fast graphics, great value
Summary: After looking at many reviews for cards within the 650ti range the MSI 650ti boost was a no brainier! I upgraded from my old GTX 465 which was struggling to run the latest games and no mention the 465 in general was an extremely hot card. After installing the 650ti i tested it in games like the bf4 open beta and i was able to run that game with good frame rates around 50-60 fps in high settings. The card sits at just under 30c idle and in the mid 50's under load.
Summary: Moral of the story is if a price seems to good, it's more then likely is to good to be true. The retailer first stated they did not have it in stock and they was ordering them what was fine i was willing to wait. once the 2 cards i have ordered had arrived they thought it was clever to send me 2 nivida 650 boost's what are not even remotely compatible to the 7950s i ordered. Very very disapionted customer returned items for a refund.
Summary: I had to write a review after reading mr Dominus sad story, as I dont believe the product is to fault, just Amazon screw up apparently. I ordered this product before they apparently messed it up, it was listed as MSI GTX 650 TI BOOST then, which is exacly what I wanted after searching the web and concluding this was the best 650 Boost card on the market, and im very happy with the choice.
leistungsstarke Grafikkate zu einem akzeptablen Preis
Dieter W., Amazon
18 December 2013
Summary: Die Karte lies sich problemlos einbauen und - unter Windows 7 - leicht zu installieren. Auffallend ist - trotz der zwei Lüfter - die Laufruhe der Grafikkarte. Auch Spiele mit hohen Anforderungen an die Grafikleistung - wie z.B. der MS-Flugsimulator - laufen in der höchsten Detailstufe ruckelfrei.
Summary: Habe mir diese Karte aufgrund der guten Bewertung im Internet geholt. Ich hatte vorher eine Radeon 7850. Die MSI Karte ist ungefähr genauso schnell. Laut Reviews im Internet ist sie nur 10 bis 15 Prozent langsamer als eine normale GeForce660. Für Full HD dürfte die Karte eigendlich immer ausreichen. Zumindest solange man es nicht bei den Bildverbesserungen übertreibt. Und dabei bleibt sie praktisch immer annähernd lautlos. Ich habe ein Desktop Gehäuse von Silverstone.