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ASUS Announces a Pair of GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost DirectCU II Graphics Cards

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Mar 26, 2013.

  1. btarunr

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    ASUS today announced the GeForce GTX 650 Ti BOOST DirectCU II, which features an overclocked 1085MHz NVIDIA GTX 650 Ti GPU paired with 2GB GDDR5 on a 192-bit interface. The card offers a combination of DirectX 11.1-compatible power and value, expanding the range of ASUS graphics cards that cater to gamers and DIY enthusiasts.

    ASUS-exclusive features improve GeForce GTX 650 Ti BOOST DirectCU II performance. They include the DirectCU II cooler, which maintains 20% lower temperatures than a reference GTX 650 Ti BOOST, long-lasting Super Alloy Power components, and user-friendly GPU Tweak graphics card tuning.

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    Super Alloy Power components maintain stability and increase overclocking headroom
    ASUS uses proprietary power delivery parts that can handle the heat and stress of gaming and overclocking over longer product lifespans. Solid state capacitors, concrete-core chokes, and hardened MOSFETs apply exclusive materials, leading to 1.5 times the longevity of reference cards and an average overclocking range increase of 15%.

    GPU Tweak gives gamers easy access to graphics card tuning
    Exclusive to ASUS graphics cards, the GPU Tweak utility offers a user-friendly interface that opens up versatile adjustments of graphics properties. Core and clock speeds, voltages, and fan speeds can be changed instantly, and multiple game-specific profiles may be created to make the most of each title.
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    looks nice and professional.

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