Reviews and Problems with Zotac GTX650 TI 2GB GDDR5
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ZOTAC GeForce GTX 650 TI Boost Edition
12 April 2013
Conclusion: During the testing of the Zotac GeForce GTX 650 TI Boost I wondered how well it would run on older hardware. I have an older Asus P5Q Pro motherboard with an Intel Core2Quad 9550 with 8 GB ram. During the install my concerns were that the card wasn’t going to work with the older PCI-E bus. However, those thought were soon vanquished when I pressed the power button and I was whisked away to the Windows desktop.
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, and ZOTAC's GTX 650 Ti Boost adds a dual-fan cooler on top of that. GPU clock is up by 13 MHz—barely worth mentioning. Memory clock is unchanged.
Pros: Fantastic pricing, Good performance, Quiet in idle and load, Memory and VRM heatsinks included, Good overclocking potential, Up to four active outputs, Native full-size HDMI and DisplayPort, Support for CUDA and PhysX, Adds support for SLI
Cons: Despite OC, card is slightly slower than reference design, Out-of-the-box overclock is small, Memory chips on back of the card not cooled
Summary: Synthetics -
Synthetic benchmarks demonstrated a good improvement over both the prior generation's 550 Ti and the stock 650 Ti. When looking at just the 3DMark 11 GPU scores, the AMP! Edition had a 94.27% increase in performance over the older 550 Ti and a 10.97% increase over the stock 650 Ti. Unigine had a 71.43% performance increase over the 550 Ti and a 12.5% increase in performance over the stock 650 Ti.
Cons: Reference Board Design - No, Reference Fan - Yes, Aftermarket Board Design - Sort Of, Aftermarket Cooling - No, Aftermarket Power Control - No, 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 the GTX 650, which is still much slower than the GTX 660.
Pros: Extremely quiet, Low power consumption, Compact form factor, Overclocked out of the box, Low temperatures, 2x full-size HDMI output, Support for PCI-Express 3.0 and DirectX 11.1, Support for NVIDIA CUDA & PhysX
Cons: High price, Extra memory can make no significant difference, No NVIDIA GPU Boost, No support for SLI
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti Round-Up: EVGA, ZOTAC, GB
10 October 2012
Excerpt: NVIDIA has been on a tear as of late, releasing a constant stream of GPUs over the last few weeks. In mid-August, the GPU giant released the GeForce GTX 660 Ti and less than a month later, followed up with the GeForce GTX 660 and GeForce GTX 650 . Here we are now, less than a month since that release and NVIDIA is at the ready again with yet another new GPU called the GeForce GTX 650 Ti.
Pros: Good performer, Competitively priced, Relatively power friendly
Cons: Much more performance available for slightly more money
Conclusion: A Zotac GTX 650 Ti Boost é uma opção forte para o mercado mid end. Graças a tecnologia Boost, e uma interface de memória reforçada de 192 bits, vemos grandes ganhos de desempenho em comparação com a GTX 650 Ti sem Boost. A placa chega bem próximo a GTX 660, ficando lado a lado em alguns casos, e tem como foco gamers e pessoas que procuram um excelente custo benefício.
Conclusion: Nachdem wir die ZOTAC-Grafikkarte auf den zurückliegenden Seiten ausführlich unter die Lupe genommen haben, kommen wir nun zu einem abschließenden Fazit. Die GeForce GTX 650 Ti wurde von Nvidia ins Rennen geschickt, um die entstandene Lücke zwischen GeForce GTX 650 und GTX 660 zu schließen – dies ist ihr auf voller Linie gelungen (siehe Ranking unten).