GTX 650 TI with Core i7-2700K benchmarks at Ultra Quality quality settings

The price/performance ratio is excellent for GTX 650 TI against the competition in budget graphics cards. With current 1024 MB RAM, the GTX 650 TI can have serious memory-related bottlenecks in more modern games. This combination between GTX 650 TI and Intel Core i7-2700K @ 3.50GHz has less than 8% bottleneck in many games and is perfect match to avoid FPS loss. This combination between GTX 650 TI and Intel Core i7-2700K @ 3.50GHz is a perfect match to avoid FPS loss. View Current Price List

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti
Price $ 59 5/5 Excellent
Year 2012 1/5 Weak
Series GTX 650 TI
Maximum Recorded Temperature 69C 5/5 Excellent
Max Fan Noise 42dB 5/5 Excellent
Recommended Power Supply 460W 3/5 Good
Benchmark CPU Intel Core i7-2700K @ 3.50GHz ($199.99)
CPU Impact on FPS + 0 FPS 5/5 Excellent
CPU Impact on FPS % 0%
Benchmark Quality Settings Ultra Quality Settings
Average 1080p Performance 41 FPS 2/5 Acceptable
Average 1440p Performance 0 FPS 1/5 Weak
Average 4K Performance 0 FPS 1/5 Weak
Memory 1 GB 2/5 Acceptable
Overall Combination Score 56/100 Good
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Game Performance at Ultra Quality settings

Resolution 1920x1080

Year Game Frames Per Second
2013 Battlefield 4
38 FPS
2013 Bioshock Infinite
48 FPS
2013 Company of Heroes 2
27 FPS
2013 GRID 2
40 FPS
2013 Metro: Last Light
29 FPS
2013 Total War: Rome 2
40 FPS
2012 DiRT: Showdown
32 FPS
2012 Far Cry 3
32 FPS
2012 Hitman: Absolution
38 FPS
2012 Sleeping Dogs
39 FPS
2011 Batman: Arkham City
48 FPS
2011 Battlefield 3
31 FPS
2011 DiRT 3
64 FPS
2011 Portal 2
52 FPS
2011 The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
37 FPS
2011 Total War: Shogun 2
63 FPS
2010 Civilization V
43 FPS
2010 Metro: 2033
29 FPS
2010 Starcraft II
58 FPS
2008 Crysis: Warhead
24 FPS

Resolution 2560x1440

Year Game Frames Per Second

Resolution 3840x2160

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GTX 650 TI Specifications

Board Design

Board NumberP2010
Length5.71 inches 145 mm
Outputs2x DVI1x mini-HDMI
Power Connectors1x 6-pin
Slot WidthSingle-slot
TDP110 W

Clock Speeds

GPU Clock928 MHz
Memory Clock1350 MHz 5400 MHz effective

Graphics Card

Bus InterfacePCIe 3.0 x16
GenerationGeForce 600
Launch Price149 USD
ProductionEnd-of-life
Release DateOct 9th, 2012

Graphics Features

CUDA3
DirectX12.0 (11_0)
OpenCL1.2
OpenGL4.6
Shader Model5.1
Vulkan1.1.82

Graphics Processor

ArchitectureKepler
Die Size221 mm²
GPU NameGK106
GPU VariantGK106-220-A1
Process Size28 nm
Transistors2,540 million

Memory

Bandwidth86.40 GB/s
Memory Bus128 bit
Memory Size1024 MB
Memory TypeGDDR5

Render Config

ROPs16
SMX Count4
Shading Units768
TMUs64

Theoretical Performance

FP32 (float) performance1,425 GFLOPS
FP64 (double) performance59.39 GFLOPS (1:24)
Pixel Rate14.85 GPixel/s
Texture Rate59.39 GTexel/s

Critics Reviews

Conclusion While the GTX 650 Ti Boost 2GB comes in at a performance slot in the middle of the GTX 650 Ti 1GB and GTX 660 2GB, its performance is actually markedly and consistently closer to the ...
The original GTX 650 Ti landed with a modest clock of 928MHz where this Boost version is hitting 980MHz, but with the addition of the GPU Boost tech allowing it to push beyond 1GHz in most games.
Today, NVIDIA launches their new GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost offering a large performance increase thanks to the added Boost algorithm and wider bus interface. With a price of only 9, it is the new price/performance king in the sub-0 segment.
GeForce GTX 650 Ti – The card Despite being closer in name and price to the GTX 650 1GB, the GTX 650 Ti 1GB is actually based on the same GPU as the GTX 660 2GB, GK106.
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 ...
In addition to the stock reference GeForce GTX 650 Ti BOOST, we also got our hands on a retail-ready, factory-overclocked EVGA GeForce GTX 650 Ti BOOST SC (Super Clocked) Edition card for the ...
As NVIDIA’s final consumer desktop GeForce 600 card for the year, NVIDIA is setting the MSRP of the 1GB card at 0, between the 9 GTX 650 and the 9 GTX 660.
Unfortunately, all the additional horsepower is hiding under a confusing name. The new GTX 650 Ti Boost is the third graphics card to carry the "GTX 650" designation.
For NVIDIA on the other hand the line is being drawn between the GTX 660 and GTX 650; the GTX 660 is entirely 2GB, while the GTX 650 and GTX 650 Ti are predominantly 1GB cards with some 2GB cards ...
The GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost was a mid-range graphics card by NVIDIA, launched in March 2013. Built on the 28 nm process, and based on the GK106 graphics processor, in its GK106-240-A1 variant, the card supports DirectX 12.0.
Having attacked the mid-range and upper-end markets, Nvidia has its sights set on the sub-0 range, unleashing its GTX 650 Ti. At 0, the new arrival is roughly 34% cheaper than last month's ...