Thursday, October 4th 2012

GeForce GTX 650 Ti Final Specifications Out

Sources among retailers confirmed what could be the finalized specifications of NVIDIA's upcoming GeForce GTX 650 Ti graphics processor. Some of these specifications were first leaked when Newegg.com accidentally listed Galaxy GTX 650 Ti GC. According to the sources, the GTX 650 Ti, which is based on the 28 nm GK106 silicon, will carry the ASIC label "GK106-220," it will be configured with 768 CUDA cores (and not 576, as earlier believed).

GeForce GTX 650 Ti will have a narrower 128-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface, holding 1 GB of memory. The source also revealed NVIDIA-reference clock speeds to be 925 MHz core, with 1350 MHz (5.40 GHz GDDR5-effective) memory, churning up 86.4 GB/s memory bandwidth. The chip's TDP is rated at 110W, and cards based on it feature one 6-pin PCIe power connector. According to older reports, the GTX 650 Ti is slated for October 9.Source: Hermitage Akihabara
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58 Comments on GeForce GTX 650 Ti Final Specifications Out

#1
Xzibit
by: Benetanegia

http://store.steampowered.com/hwsurvey/videocard/
:laugh:

by: Benetanegia
With 650 it boils down to GK107 sucks and Nvidia doesn't give a flying fuck about how many of them they sell on retail, because they are selling them like hotcakes to OEMs and any extra sales beyond meeting those contracts would only lead to them having to compromise (even further) the wafer allocation for the much more profitable GK104 and GK106.
Pretty sure the CFO from Nvidia mentioned last quater ago Nvidia is shrinking its OEM channels on Discrete Graphics to the point sales and investment into isnt worth mentioning since he discounted the figures to investors in that conference call in Q2.

If its selling like hotcakes, it's very few hotcakes for him to brush it aside like that infront of investors.
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#2
Benetanegia
by: Xzibit
:laugh:
Still ignoring the evidence eh? :laugh:

And who talked about discreet graphics? If you wanna troll, at least pay attention. Oh well who cares...
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#3
Casecutter
by: Crap Daddy
Don't think we'll see any new AMD GPUs this year.
Yeh, it is just 2mo's really, but I would like AMD to strike with 88XX Oland parts first, then the Tenerife XT/XL silicon.
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#5
Casecutter
by: Crap Daddy
AMD slashes prices... again
Again... last round was Aug 20th, but yea.
A $20 drop for the 7850 1Gb to $160 -AR. While it's said regular 2Gb 7850 are $190, so as they have been on the market 7 mo's it's not too unexpected that's like 24%. While this isn't so much like the 660Ti that Nvidia wedge in between the 7870/7950. Does this mean a GTX650Ti is going to MSRP at $160? If it is I doubt it, I think we'll see mostly Über clocked customs for that will provide dicey performance 1920x and still be $190.

As for a 7770 if you have paid $110 -AR any time lately you got taken, Other than that Sapphire Vapor-X... that's a nice card even if it is $135 -AR.
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#7
tacosRcool
It seems Nvidia wants to throw the Ti name with everything they possibly could. Just wait they'll release a GT 640 Ti --- just to sell it to dumb people who think the Ti means performance
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#9
EarthDog
by: Crap Daddy
Low end means 7770 and 7750 from AMD. NV has the GTX650 out which is slightly faster than the 7750 and costs 10$ more. In a few days the 650Ti will be launched at a rumored price of 150$. Based on last leaked specs this card will be closer to the 180$ 7850 than to the 120$ HD7770. I don't see "clearly cheaper" option here from AMD.
Spot on...

Is it the 640 that would have the price people and too much power people happy as it falls between the 7770 and 7750 both price and performance wise? :confused:
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#10
Fourstaff
by: tacosRcool
It seems Nvidia wants to throw the Ti name with everything they possibly could. Just wait they'll release a GT 640 Ti --- just to sell it to dumb people who think the Ti means performance
We got 560Ti and 550Ti, so why would we not get 650Ti and 660Ti? :confused:
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#11
Benetanegia
by: Casecutter
Look's like a $160 -AR$20 7850 1Gb holds it own against a MSI GTX660 @$205 -AR$30 or EVGA GTX660 SuperClock @$230. You wonder what a castrated GK106 can do?

http://www.legitreviews.com/article/2048/1/
Why do people resort to external limited (and biased*) reviews when trying to prove a point that really doesn't exist?

HD7850 2GB is nowhere near the GTX 660, much less the 1 GB version. GTX 650 Ti should be around 80% of a 660, so seemingly as close to the 7850 as the 660 is to the 7870 if not more. At $150 it will be of slightly less value, granted (and why price cuts happen to begin with), but nothing remotedly close to what you seem to suggest.



* Dirt Showdown, Metro and Sleeping dogs, are you kidding me? Out of 5 games (poor review btw), 3 are heavily AMD biased games, the use of Batman doesn't change the overall perception of that review. W1zz's reviews are far more detailed and unbiased, that's why we are posting here, so use them ffs.
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#12
Crap Daddy
by: Casecutter
Look's like a $160 -AR$20 7850 1Gb holds it own against a MSI GTX660 @$205 -AR$30 or EVGA GTX660 SuperClock @$230. You wonder what a castrated GK106 can do?

http://www.legitreviews.com/article/2048/1/
As we already seen here some good time ago:



One GB 7850 performs the same as the 2GB version. So we will probably see 10$ worth of performance less for the 650Ti across the board (whatever that means in FPS) and 30$ worth of performance more compared to the 7770 (whatever that means in FPS).
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#13
Benetanegia
by: Crap Daddy
As we already seen here some good time ago:

http://tpucdn.com/reviews/Club_3D/HD_7850_RoyalQueen/images/perfrel_1920.gif

One GB 7850 performs the same as the 2GB version. So we will probably see 10$ worth of performance less for the 650Ti across the board (whatever that means in FPS) and 30$ worth of performance more compared to the 7770 (whatever that means in FPS).
I'd bet 2-3% faster than the GTX 560 Ti. Nvidia seems to have designed 660 Ti and non-Ti to just barely beat GTX 580 and 570 respectively and I'd expect a similar approach with the 650 ti. Plus on this basis and with the basis of ~80% of a GTX 660 we end up in the exact same performance. I don't think it's coincidence. Even GTX 650 (non-Ti) is 2-3% faster than GTX 550 Ti. Every single card this gen has a counterpart from last generation which is within 5% difference. It just cannot be coincidence and could be a reason for the relatively low clocks of non-enthusiast chips (clocked lower than high end for no real reason, it never happend before). Why would they do this I have no idea, but it seems the case. At least to me, I don't believe in so many coincidences.
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#14
Xzibit
by: Benetanegia
Why do people resort to external limited (and biased*) reviews when trying to prove a point that really doesn't exist?

HD7850 2GB is nowhere near the GTX 660, much less the 1 GB version. GTX 650 Ti should be around 80% of a 660, so seemingly as close to the 7850 as the 660 is to the 7870 if not more. At $150 it will be of slightly less value, granted (and why price cuts happen to begin with), but nothing remotedly close to what you seem to suggest.

http://tpucdn.com/reviews/ASUS/GeForce_GTX_660_Direct_Cu_II/images/perfrel_1920.gif

* Dirt Showdown, Metro and Sleeping dogs, are you kidding me? Out of 5 games (poor review btw), 3 are heavily AMD biased games, the use of Batman doesn't change the overall perception of that review. W1zz's reviews are far more detailed and unbiased, that's why we are posting here, so use them ffs.
Just wanted to point out Nvidia never officially sent out the 660 to reviewers..

Reviewers are based on percentage differance to the AIB Overclocked cards.

I asked w1zzard on released day but he never responded on how he based his 660 numbers.

All 4 GTX 660 w1zzard reviewed have different % when it relates to the stock 660. Well outside the margin of error of 3%.

Just putting that out incase you over looked that when try'n to be unbiased.
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#15
SIGSEGV
by: tacosRcool
It seems Nvidia wants to throw the Ti name with everything they possibly could. Just wait they'll release a GT 640 Ti --- just to sell it to dumb people who think the Ti means performance
lol, or perhaps they'll release a gtx680ti to take the crown of benchmarks on the several games back from amd's hd7970 ghz edition

but anyway, i will wait till this card got reviewed, and how it will performs ( i assumed based on its final specification that this card would performs over HD7700 but slightly under HD7850)
i think its price is overpriced :(
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#16
Benetanegia
by: Xzibit
Reviewers are based on percentage differance to the AIB Overclocked cards.
And? You can't even handle basic math?
I asked w1zzard on released day but he never responded on how he based his 660 numbers.
Downclock any OC card to stock clocks? Genius...
All 4 GTX 660 w1zzard reviewed have different % when it relates to the stock 660. Well outside the margin of error of 3%.
Different clocks different performance?
Just putting that out incase you over looked that when try'n to be unbiased.
Dissingenius attempt. Epic fail.
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#17
Xzibit
by: Benetanegia
And? You can't even handle basic math?



Downclock any OC card to stock clocks? Genius...



Different clocks different performance?



Dissingenius attempt. Epic fail.
I love how you get all butt-hurt cause I just pointed something out.

:laugh:

The irony is priceless. :roll:
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#18
tacosRcool
by: Fourstaff
We got 560Ti and 550Ti, so why would we not get 650Ti and 660Ti? :confused:
I know it started with the GTX 5xx series but I think its lame naming scheme. Makes it sound better than it actually is
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#19
Benetanegia
by: Xzibit
I love how you get all butt-hurt cause I just pointed something out.

:laugh:

The irony is priceless. :roll:
I'm not butthurt, it's sarcasm what you detect (but how could I expect you to know the difference). I'm amazed that you don't even know why what you pointed out is irrelevant. No it's actually stupid. You think that the results are different between reviews, when in fact they are exactly the same. And the funniest thing, you don't know why, which is sad. :shadedshu
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#20
HumanSmoke
by: tacosRcool
I know it started with the GTX 5xx series but I think its lame naming scheme. Makes it sound better than it actually is
So, even though you think it's lame...you think it sounds better.

Non-ironic internet user 0 Nvidia marketing 1
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#21
tacosRcool
by: HumanSmoke
So, even though you think it's lame...you think it sounds better.

Non-ironic internet user 0 Nvidia marketing 1
Well its like putting GT behind the name of the model car a manufacture is selling. Take the Hyundai Elantra GT. There is nothing GT about it and yet they have the GT name. Makes people think its better. I never said I think if sounds better (c'mon GTX 650?) but people will think it does
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#22
Xzibit
by: Benetanegia
I'm not butthurt, it's sarcasm what you detect (but how could I expect you to know the difference). I'm amazed that you don't even know why what you pointed out is irrelevant. No it's actually stupid. You think that the results are different between reviews, when in fact they are exactly the same. And the funniest thing, you don't know why, which is sad. :shadedshu
Can you link me to the Nvidia GTX 660 review ?

I was under the impression that Nvidia hasnt sent out cards for review since the 670.

I'd like to view a review of the GTX 660 that doesnt use a OC non-referance design with unbias and detailed information plz.

Thank you so much. :toast:
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#23
Fourstaff
by: Xzibit
Can you link me to the Nvidia GTX 660 review ?

I was under the impression that Nvidia hasnt sent out cards for review since the 670.

I'd like to view a review of the GTX 660 that doesnt use a OC non-referance design with unbias and detailed information plz.

Thank you so much. :toast:
http://www.anandtech.com/show/6276/nvidia-geforce-gtx-660-review-gk106-rounds-out-the-kepler-family/2

First link out of Google. Kids these days, can't even bother to Google :shadedshu
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