Wednesday, August 1st 2012

GeForce GTX 650 Ti Specifications Detailed

A little earlier this week, specifications of NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 650 graphics processor were reported. An even newer report by DonanimHaber details its sibling, the GeForce GTX 650 Ti, designed for the sub-$250 market. The new GPU is based on the NVIDIA's newest GK106 silicon, while the GTX 650 sticks to the GK107, and is essentially a beefed-up GeForce GT 640. These are the specifications of the GeForce GTX 650 Ti we're looking at:
  • 28 nm GK106 silicon
  • 960 CUDA cores
  • 192-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface
  • 1 GB and 2 GB memory options
  • Q4-2012 launch

Source: DonanimHaber
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51 Comments on GeForce GTX 650 Ti Specifications Detailed

#2
zsolt_93
That is what i was talking about this morning. Only the 660 is to come.
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#3
gopal
by: zsolt_93
That is what i was talking about this morning. Only the 660 is to come.
Will it compete the HD 7850
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#4
Dj-ElectriC
4 Graphics cards within 60 days? Xmas came early this year :D
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#5
gopal
by: Dj-ElectriC
4 Graphics cards within 60 days? Xmas came early this year :D
Yup,:laugh: I think there is another card to come, Okay lets see: 1)GTX 660Ti | 2)GTX 660 | 3) GTX 650Ti | 4) GTX 650 and i think there maybe a GTX 665 like GTX 465 was:eek:
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#6
Aleksander
This is going to be out when it will compete with HD8750
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#7
gopal
by: Aleksander Dishnica
This is going to be out when it will compete with HD8750
Are you kidding? or It is true?
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#8
Aleksander
I was kidding man. At that time it is out HD9750
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#9
gopal
by: Aleksander Dishnica
I was kidding man. At that time it is out HD9750
Will it even compete the HD 7850?
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#10
Aleksander
Do you copy paste posts to get more posts? (rhetoric question)
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#11
gopal
by: Aleksander Dishnica
Do you copy paste posts to get more posts? (rhetoric question)
No, i was asking you that Will it even compete the HD 7850?
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#12
mamisano
Q4 launch? Does that mean early October, late December, ???
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#13
gopal
by: mamisano
Q4 launch? Does that mean early October, late December, ???
That means november:laugh:
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#14
largon
by: gopal
[quote="Aleksander Dishnica, post: 2687842"][quote="gopal, post: 2687809"]Will it even compete the HD 7850?
Do you copy paste posts to get more posts? (rhetoric question)[/quote]No, i was asking you that Will it even compete the HD 7850?[/quote]We are on to you...
:p
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#15
Benetanegia
With current architecture 960 SPs seems odd. 5 SMX would mean asimetrical blocks. Also only one SKU is not normal.

If this card is true, my theory about plain GTX660 being based on GK106 and GK106 being a 1152 SP (instead of 768 SP) chip just gained a lot of plausibility. 6 SMX, 3 into each block as is known to be the case in GK110. GTX650 Ti would be the same chip with one SMX disabled and would come later (Q4) because that's been the case with every cut down version as of late.

The other specs we've seen are probably the equivalents of the GTX460 SE and GTX 460 768MB, mostly low volume filler cards.

My 2 cents.
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#16
renz496
i was thinking along the same line before. the Ti version of 660 will be based on GK104 and the non-Ti might be very well based on GK106. it is interesting to see how fare these cards will go against respective amd line up
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#17
gopal
by: Benetanegia
With current architecture 960 SPs seems odd. 5 SMX would mean asimetrical blocks. Also only one SKU is not normal.

If this card is true, my theory about plain GTX660 being based on GK106 and GK106 being a 1152 SP (instead of 768 SP) chip just gained a lot of plausibility. 6 SMX, 3 into each block as is known to be the case in GK110. GTX650 Ti would be the same chip with one SMX disabled and would come later (Q4) because that's been the case with every cut down version as of late.

The other specs we've seen are probably the equivalents of the GTX460 SE and GTX 460 768MB, mostly low volume filler cards.

My 2 cents.
by: renz496
i was thinking along the same line before. the Ti version of 660 will be based on GK104 and the non-Ti might be very well based on GK106. it is interesting to see how fare these cards will go against respective amd line up
Whatever you two are saying is going over my mind:laugh:
^^Just a joke^^
I am also thinking the same but this does not mean that the GTx 660 is better GTx 660ti
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#18
Aksh_47
Seems good.. but sub $250 market ha.. The 7850 is available these days at $230.. even the 7870 can come down to $260 with MIRs.. so lets hope Nvidia gets the pricing rite.
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#19
theoneandonlymrk
brilliant so a 650 has 384 shaders and this thing has 960 on the same shelf with just Ti as the only nameing difference , epic stuff from nvidias speccing and nameing department yet again :shadedshu

by: Aksh_47
Seems good.. but sub $250 market ha.. The 7850 is available these days at $230.. even the 7870 can come down to $260 with MIRs.. so lets hope Nvidia gets the pricing rite.
theyve got nowt else right in my imho, im not expecting anything other then ass slapping all round, the 650 will be 185 uk notes this will be 250 uk notes , and bothn at those prices will be ripp offs that wont compete with their amd alternates.
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gopal
by: Aksh_47
Seems good.. but sub $250 market ha.. The 7850 is available these days at $230.. even the 7870 can come down to $260 with MIRs.. so lets hope Nvidia gets the pricing rite.
Do you really think that this card can compete HD 7850 or HD 7870 or GTX 560TI
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#21
Aksh_47
Well since its priced in the sub $250 (maybe ~220), Nvidia might put it up against the 7850.. And besides Nvidia has been quite aggressive with the pricing this year.. offering something faster than AMD at considerably lessor prices.
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#22
Crap Daddy
by: Benetanegia
If this card is true, my theory about plain GTX660 being based on GK106 and GK106 being a 1152 SP (instead of 768 SP) chip just gained a lot of plausibility. 6 SMX, 3 into each block as is known to be the case in GK110.
Indeed, the SP count in GTX650Ti seems odd and that 1152 GPU-z (if not photoshoped) could be from a GK106. I would be more than surprised if GK106 exists and could be launched in a card as soon as this month.

But, if you think that in fact the 660Ti is a card competing in reality with the 7870 and not the 7950 regardless of the performance (this is the hierarchy) then a smaller and more power efficient GK106 can take on the 7850 and 7770. Seems reasonable.
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#23
Benetanegia
by: gopal
Do you really think that this card can compete HD 7850 or HD 7870 or GTX 560TI
Definitely. Yes.

by: Crap Daddy
But, if you think that in fact the 660Ti is a card competing in reality with the 7870 and not the 7950 regardless of the performance (this is the hierarchy) then a smaller and more power efficient GK106 can take on the 7850 and 7770. Seems reasonable.
Whenever I have any doubts I just remember GTX460 and 560 and the fact that Nvidia undercut AMD in the price with those instead of just matching the price of existing competing products. GF104 was actually bigger than GK104 so even if the price for a 28nm wafer is 20% higher than when 40nm was new (as reported by rumors), the price of the chip is pretty much the same and so is the rest of companents. If GF104/114 was good for $150-$250 cards GK104 is certainly good for $300 cards. Same applies to GK106 vs GF106. They'll probably end up costing the same, while Nvidia will be able to sell them for $50 more than previous generations, so it's all good.
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#24
Aleksander
by: gopal
No, i was asking you that Will it even compete the HD 7850?
Rhetoric question means you already got the answer man.
You copy pasted the code that is the truth.
I don't know but i was 100% sure you were from india since your first post.
And you really thought there will be a 9750? What a ....
So choose:
1)Copy pasted
2)Fool
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#25
DarkOCean
by: gopal
Do you really think that this card can compete HD 7850 or HD 7870 or GTX 560TI
6950/7850/560ti yes 7870 not really.
Sub $250 ...not happy about that, wasnt 660ti supposed to fill the $250 mark according to tweaktown?
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