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  • MySchizoBuddy - Thursday, October 11, 2012 - link

    Can you please do an article with CUDA only benchmarks comparing various NVIDIA only GPUs. Reply
  • jaydee - Thursday, October 11, 2012 - link

    No displayport on any of these? Really? Reply
  • Conficio - Thursday, October 11, 2012 - link

    In the table both Gigabyte cards are listed with the same clockspeeds,, while the detailed text says one id higher clocked. Reply
  • Conficio - Thursday, October 11, 2012 - link

    Don't listen to me. They are both overclocked the same way?? Reply
  • jaydee - Thursday, October 11, 2012 - link

    I think the differentiator is the amount of RAM, not the clock speeds. THe more expensive card has 2GB of GDDR5, the cheaper one has 1GB. Reply
  • Teknobug - Wednesday, October 17, 2012 - link

    Looks like they're going into the HTPC or microITX design low profile now? I always hated long cards, I've had problems with some long cards in the past and had to buy a different case because the long card would hit the HDD bracket. The old Gravis UltraSound back in the 90's was one of the longest cards I've ever had and was a headache to fit into my 486 at the time.

    Question is, with such a low profile like that, will it be up to the task for heavy gaming and have adequate cooling with just 1 fan?
  • otakotak - Thursday, December 20, 2012 - link

    I bought Gigabyte Windforce 2 months ago but now it failed. what reason occurence of damage . really lost to me $175 us dollar( RM460 in my country) to use for 2 months . can anyone help. sorry my broken language Reply
  • balazer - Tuesday, October 01, 2013 - link

    None of these cards appear to have two DVI-I ports. The table is incorrect. Reply
  • P40EWarhawk - Tuesday, April 08, 2014 - link

    I have a MSI 650 Ti based on the reference clocks, I got it because it was much cheaper than the factory overclocked models. (why pay extra for something you can do for free right?) Anyway I like to use Nvidia Inspector to overclock mine with, I like how you can set what clocks you want with Nvidia inspector and then make a shortcut to it, And it automatically overclocks the card without anything running in the background, My basic MSI model Overclocks really well, I have not tried any real serious overclocks, The 650 Ti is a strong enough card for almost anything at stock clock anyway. But I have matched all the clocks of all factory overclock settings with success, The memory on my card overclocks beautifully too, Just like the AMP edition I can set my memory speed from 1350 mhz to 1500 mhz boosting the cards memory bandwidth from 86.4 GB/s to 96.0 GB/s, giving a very nice increase in FPS for higher resolution, The GPU clock at stock is 928mhz, and the highest I clocked the core so far is 1033, This raises pixel/texture from 14.8 Pixel and 59.4 Texture while at stock 928 mhz to 16.5 Pixel and 66.1 Texture at 1033 mhz, That is a very nice boost for just a 105 mhz increase. This card really overclocks well, Delivers very nice performance, My 650 Ti cost $119 dollars and also had a $20 rebate, So at that price this card is unbeatable. For that I recommend the GTX 650 Ti to anyone needing a GPU for modern gaming. I still also recommend it over the 750 Ti, The 650 Ti's performance is a little less than the 750 Ti's , But not enough of a difference in performance to pay $149.99 for the 750 Ti, Because you can get close to the same performance with the 650 Ti for $119.99 , However it is up to you. But in my opinion Nvidia really needs to lower the price of the 750 Ti if they expect it to be succesfull, There are too many GPU's with a lower price tag that can perform just as good, And GPU's at the price of $150 that can perform better. Reply

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