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Club 3D Announces its GeForce GTX 650 Ti Lineup

The Club 3D GeForce GTX 650Ti delivers exceptional performance at 35% faster than the GeForce GTX 560Ti reference board and 40% faster than the standard GeForce GTX 650 at only 29% higher price, offering excellent value. Featuring a non-reference design, the 80mm fan keeps the GPU temperature low at 31⁰C under idle and operate stable at 53⁰C under load (3DMARK 11 under Extreme preset settings). The aerofoil turboblades and dust repelling bearings designed to operate under extreme load conditions, provide a consistent 31.3dBA under load or idle.

With the short 146mm PCB size, this graphic card is designed for smaller system chassis, making it ideal for users who do not want to replace their computer case and convenient for HTPC users and boosting up the performance by up to 35% compared to previous generation GeForce graphics card*. The GeForce GTX 650Ti embodies the maturity of the 28nm NVIDIA Kepler architecture and offers support for the the PCI Express 3.0 bus interface allowing for the highest data transfer speeds.

KFA2 Debuts the GeForce GTX 650 TI EX OC

KFA2 a leading manufacturer of graphics cards based on NVIDIA GPUs, announced today the launch of the new KFA2 GeForce GTX 650 TI EX OC graphics cards, in addition to the previously launched GTX 650, the GTX 650 TI EX OC features double the amount CUDA cores creating a massive advantage in boost performance whilst still be offered at an very respectable midrange price! Whilst bundled with Assassin's Creed III, only available at participating online and in-store retailers.

The KFA2 GeForce GTX 650 Ti EX OC supports all of the latest graphics technologies gamers have come to expect and demand, including Adaptive Vertical Sync, PhysX, 3D Vision, and NV Surround. The custom Force Air Bracket is outfitted with DVI-I, DVI-D, and Mini-HDMI connections with support for up to 3 simultaneous displays.

Sparkle Announces its GeForce GTX 650 Ti Lineup

A member of the Kepler GK106 family, the SPARKLE GTX650Ti features a 768 CUDA cores packed GPU and 128Bit 2048MB GDDR5 memory. The SPARKLE GTX650Ti offers all the advantages which Kepler offers, such as, lower power consumption, lower temperature, power efficient and an excellently designed. Furthermore, the SPARKLE GTX650Ti delivers high quality graphic experience which is competitive against anything else in its price segment. SPARKLE GTX650Ti supports all the latest graphic technology - Microsoft DirectX 11, NVIDIA PhysX, NVIDIA CUDA, NVIDIA Surround, Adaptive V-Sync is a smarter way to render frames. At high frame rates, V-sync is enabled to eliminate tearing, at low frame rates it's disabled to minimize stuttering.

MAINGEAR Arms All Desktops with the New NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti

MAINGEAR, an award-winning PC system builder offering custom desktops, notebooks, workstations is one of the first to add the new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti graphics solution that offers game-changing performance and lifelike experience in today's most demanding PC game titles at massively affordable price points.

The new Geforce GTX 650 Ti offers an entry point to the GeForce GTX family of high-performance graphics cards. With full DirectX 11 support that blows away older DirectX 10 card's performance by up to 8x, PC gamers will experience stunning graphics in 1080P HD brilliance. The NVIDIA GeForce turbocharged Ti performance is also 40% faster than the standard GeForce GTX 650 GPU.

ZOTAC Announces its GeForce GTX 650 Ti Lineup

ZOTAC International, a leading innovator and global manufacturer of graphics cards, mainboards and mini-PCs, today completes its GeForce Kepler lineup with the ZOTAC GeForce GTX 650 Ti and GTX 650 Ti AMP! Edition. The new ZOTAC GeForce GTX 650 Ti series enables gamers to step up to turbocharged GeForce GTX graphics and embrace the latest epic adventures in stunning detail with best-in-class performance.

“ZOTAC is pleased to offer a new sweet-spot graphics cards that delivers an amazing gaming experience and class-leading features with our GeForce GTX 650 Ti series,” said Carsten Berger, marketing director, ZOTAC International.

Palit Outs its GeForce GTX 650 Ti

Palit announced its GeForce GTX 650 Ti graphics card. The card combines a compact PCB that's derived from NVIDIA reference design, and a custom design fan-heatsink. The Palit GeForce GTX 650 Ti base model runs at NVIDIA-reference clock speeds of 925/5400 MHz (core/memory). The GeForce GTX 650 Ti packs 768 CUDA cores, 64 TMUs, 16 ROPs, and a 128-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface, holding 1 GB of memory. It is based on the same GK106 silicon as the GeForce GTX 660. The card draws power from a 6-pin PCIe power connector. Display outputs include D-Sub, dual DVI, and HDMI. Prices start at US $150.

MSI Announces Cyclone II-cooled GeForce GTX 650 Ti

MSI launched its GeForce GTX 650 Ti graphics card lineup, which includes the factory-overclocked GTX 650 Ti Power Edition. The card sees the comeback of MSI's iconic Cyclone II cooler design, which has been the company's workhorse cooler for performance-segment graphics cards. The GTX 650 Ti Power Edition features factory-overclocked speeds of 993 MHz core and 5.40 GHz memory (against NVIDIA reference speeds of 925/5400 MHz). It features an custom design PCB with 4+2 phase VRM. MSI could charge a relatively small $15 premium over the $150 baseline for its GTX 650 Ti Power Edition. Based on the 28 nm GK106 silicon, the GeForce GTX 650 Ti packs 768 CUDA cores, 64 TMUs, 16 ROPs, and a 128-bit wide memory interface.

Inno3D Intros its GeForce GTX 650 Ti

Inno3D launched its GeForce GTX 650 Ti graphics card. The card is a combination of NVIDIA reference design PCB and the company's in-house iChill HerculeZ single-fan cooler, which features an easily-detachable shroud using thumb-screws, which makes it easy to clean the heatsink below. Inno3D's card sticks to NVIDIA-reference clock speeds of 925 MHz core and 5.40 GHz memory. It packs 1 GB of memory across a 128-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface. The iChill HerculeZ cooler could let Inno3D charge a tiny premium over the base MSRP of US $150.

Gigabyte Launches GeForce GTX 650 Ti Triangle Cool and WindForce 2X

Gigabyte's GeForce GTX 650 Ti lineup includes a total of three models, the GeForce GTX 650 Ti 1 GB base (GV-N65T-1GI), the GeForce GTX 650 Ti 1 GB OC (GV-N65TOC-1GI), and the premium GeForce GTX 650 Ti 2 GB OC WindForce 2X (GV-N65TOC-2GI). The two 1 GB variants use a compact PCB inspired by NVIDIA reference design, and a single 100 mm fan Triangle-Cool heatsink. The 1 GB base model sticks to NVIDIA-reference clock speeds of 925 MHz core and 5.40 GHz memory, the 1 GB OC version ups the core speed to 1033 MHz core, and the WindForce 2X OC version doubles its memory to 2 GB. Based on the 28 nm GK106 silicon, the GeForce GTX 650 Ti packs 768 CUDA cores, 64 TMUs, 16 ROPs, and a 128-bit wide memory interface. Prices remain under wraps.

Galaxy Kicks off its GeForce GTX 650 Ti Lineup

Galaxy kicked off its GeForce GTX 650 Ti lineup with a custom-design graphics card that keeps things lightweight. Its PCB, while colored Galaxy's signaure shade of blue, appears to be heavily based on NVIDIA reference design. Its cooler, on the other hand, is a cost-effective fan-heatsink, which is identical to the one used on the company's GTX 650 GC graphics card. The base model sticks to NVIDIA-reference clock speeds of 925 MHz core with 5.40 GHz memory, and from the looks of it, could be priced at US $149.99 owing to effective cost-balancing. The second member of the series, the GTX 650 GC, features a factory-overclocked core at 980 MHz. It will charge a small premium.

Gainward Announces its GeForce GTX 650 Ti GS Graphics Card

Gainward announced its GeForce GTX 650 Ti series with two models based on a custom design. The two include a base-model that sticks to NVIDIA-reference speeds, and the GeForce GTX 650 Ti GS, a factory-overclocked model. The two use a compact full-height PCB with an aluminum fin heatsink and single 80 mm fan. Both models pack 1 GB of GDDR5 memory. Based on the 28 nm GK106 silicon, the GeForce GTX 650 Ti features 768 CUDA cores across four SMX units, 64 TMUs, 16 ROPs, and a 128-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface. Prices start at US $159.

Colorful Announces the iGame GTX 650 Ti Graphics Card

Colorful's kicked off its GeForce GTX 650 Ti lineup with the iGame GTX 650 Ti. Based on a custom board design, Colorful's card makes use of the iGame AresX cooling solution. The cooler consists of a dense aluminum fin stack to which heat from the GPU is fed by two 8 mm-thick nickel-plated copper heat pipes. Ventilation is care of a single 90 mm fan. Another innovative feature is that all electrical contacts on the PCB are silver-plated. The PCB features dual-BIOS, and a factory-overclocked profile can be set at the push of a button. Among the two profiles, one sticks to NVIDIA-reference clock speeds (925/5400 MHz core/memory), while the OC profile could up core clock speed by 7-10%. Based on the 28 nm GK106 silicon, the GeForce GTX 650 Ti packs 768 CUDA cores, 64 TMUs, 16 ROPs, and a 128-bit wide memory interface. Colorful could begin shipping its card in the Greater China region first, before moving on to Europe.

ASUS outs a Trio of GeForce GTX 650 Ti Graphics Cards

ASUS rolled out its first GeForce GTX 650 Ti graphics cards, which include the GeForce GTX 650 Ti Dual-Fan (GTX650TI-1GD5), the GeForce GTX 650 Ti DirectCU II OC (GTX650TI-DC2O-1GD5) and the premium GeForce GTX 650 Ti DirectCU II TOP (GTX650TI-DC2T-1GD5). The GTX 650 Ti Dual-Fan sticks to near-reference clock speeds of 928 MHz core with 5.40 GHz memory, while the DirectCU II OC ups the core speed to 968 MHz, and DirectCU II TOP to 1033 MHz.

The Dual-Fan card features a slightly trimmed-down version of its DirectCU cooler, which features a monolithic aluminum heatsink with a copper core. The DirectCU II, on the other hand, is ASUS workhorse performance-segment VGA cooler, which uses three copper heat pipes that make direct contact with the GPU, to convey heat to a compound aluminum fin heatsink, which is ventilated by a pair of fans. All three models feature 1 GB of GDDR5 memory. Based on the 28 nm GK106 silicon, the GeForce GTX 650 Ti packs 768 CUDA cores, 64 TMUs, 16 ROPs, and a 128-bit wide memory interface. Prices remain under wraps.

NVIDIA Announces the GeForce GTX 650 Ti

NVIDIA announced its newest (and probably last) addition to its GeForce Kepler desktop GPU family, the GeForce GTX 650 Ti. Based on the 28 nm GK106 silicon, the GPU packs 768 CUDA cores, 64 TMUs, 16 ROPs, and a 128-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface (exactly half that of the GTX 680). The GTX 650 Ti lacks GPU Boost, its core is clocked at 925 MHz, and memory at 1350 MHz (5.40 GHz GDDR5-effective). 1 GB is the standard memory amount, though partners could release premium 2 GB variants. The reference-design board implements a 2+1 phase VRM, which draws power from a single 6-pin PCIe power connector. Display outputs include a pair of dual-link DVI, and HDMI 1.4a. NVIDIA's partners are allowed to release custom-design and factory-overclocked models from the word go. Prices start at US $149.99.

ASUS, ZOTAC, and Point of View GeForce GTX 650 Ti Graphics Cards Pictured

Here are some of the first press-shots of ASUS, ZOTAC, and Point of View custom-design GeForce GTX 650 Ti graphics cards, slated for launch a little later today. ASUS decided to arm its GTX 650 Ti with a dual-fan cooling solution (first revealed here). It is a simpler version of DirectCU II, except that it replaces a heat-pipe fed aluminum fin stack design with a monolithic aluminum heatsink. The card packs 1 GB of memory. Moving on, the Point of View TGT Tuning combine dished out an UltraCharged graphics card that ships with 10-15% factory OC, a compact PCB, and Arctic Cooling L2 GPU cooler. Lastly, there's ZOTAC and its GTX 650 Ti base-model, which uses a compact PCB much like Point of View, with a simple fan-heatsink that has spirally-projecting aluminum fins.

Source: VideoCardz 1, 2, 3

Gigabyte Rolling Out a 1 GB GeForce GTX 650 Ti OC Card

In addition to the 2 GB, WindForce-equipped model seen yesterday, Gigabyte is today releasing another GeForce GTX 650 Ti card, the GV-N65TOC-1GI which packs 1 GB of VRAM but is still factory overclocked.

Pictured below, the GV-N65TOC-1GI features an Ultra Durable 2 (Ferrite Core Choke, Low RDS(on) MOSFET, All-Solid Capacitors) design, a short, blue PCB, a Triangle Cool fansink with a 100 mm fan, a GPU clock of 1032 MHz (up from the stock 928 MHz), a 128-bit memory interface, a memory clock of 5400 MHz, plus D-Sub, dual-DVI, and HDMI outputs. The card is up for pre-order @ 145.32 Euro.

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 650 Ti 2GB WindForce OC Listed

Gigabyte is working on a premium GeForce GTX 650 Ti graphics card that doubles the memory amount, packs factory-overclocked speeds, and better cooling over NVIDIA reference design, for a relatively small premium. The GeForce GTX 650 Ti 2 GB WindForce OC graphics card was listed on Spanish online retailer PC Componentes for €169, which the source claims to be a €24 premium over the baseline for GTX 650 Ti. Gigabyte's card features 2 GB of GDDR5 memory across a 128-bit wide memory interface (compared to 1 GB), features clock speeds of 1032 MHz core (compared to 925 MHz core reference), and Gigabyte's own paraphernalia, including Ultra Durable VGA PCB and WindForce 2X cooling solution.

Source: VideoCardz

Radeon HD 7850 and HD 7770 Prices Could React to GTX 650 Ti Launch

Although not across the board, retailers are reportedly fine-tuning prices of Radeon HD 7850 and HD 7770, in anticipation of NVIDIA's upcoming GeForce GTX 650 Ti. Prices of the two SKUs could be re-adjusted to match or beat the price-performance ratio of GTX 650 Ti. According to a report, prices of Radeon HD 7850 1 GB could go down to US $159, Radeon HD 7850 2 GB to $189, and Radeon HD 7770 GHz Edition to $119. It's quite possible that the launch price of GeForce GTX 650 Ti could be in the range of $139 to $149.

Source: MyDrivers

Inno3D GeForce GTX 650 Ti Pictured

Here are some of the first pictures a partner-branded GeForce GTX 650 Ti, made by Inno3D. A member of the ChipHell.com community got early access to a card, and was quick to put it under the lens. Pictured below, Inno3D's card uses a custom-design cooler that features an easily-detachable shroud, which lets you clean the heatsink and fan. The card appears to be making use of an NVIDIA-reference (or similar) PCB design. The PCB features memory pads for a 128-bit wide memory interface, and a simpler VRM compared to the GTX 660 reference PCB, which features pads for a 192-bit wide memory interface, and a stronger VRM. No other details were revealed.

Source: ChipHell.com

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

Galaxy GeForce GTX 650 Ti GC Listed

Galaxy's upcoming GeForce GTX 650 Ti GC (model: 65IGH8DL7AXX) factory-overclocked graphics card was listed (later deactivated) by American retailer Newegg.com for US $149.99. The sale page revealed quite a few details about the card. The specifications listed beat those which have been doing rounds for the past couple of weeks. According to the specs, the GTX 650 Ti in fact has 768 CUDA cores, and not 576, as previously believed. The GPU core is clocked at 966 MHz, with 5.40 GHz (GDDR5-effective) memory. The card packs 1 GB of memory across a 128-bit wide memory interface. Pictured below is Galaxy's GeForce GTX 650 GC (non-Ti, GK107-based), according to the source, the Galaxy GTX 650 Ti GC (GK106-based) looks very similar.

Source: VideoCardz

ASUS Readies GeForce GTX 650 Ti DualFan

ASUS is working on a new graphics card based on the upcoming GeForce GTX 650 Ti GPU, augmented with a non-reference design cooling solution. ASUS refers to it as "dual-fan," stopping short of calling it "DirectCU II." One can infer that the cooler could look very similar to dual-slot DirectCU II featured on GTX 660 DirectCU II, with the exclusion of direct-contact heat pipes. The new cooler, according to leaked marketing material will be 11% quieter, and run the GPU 14% cooler than NVIDIA reference cooler. The new marketing materials confirm specifications revealed by an older leak. The GPU is clocked at 980 MHz, with 1350 MHz memory (5.40 GHz GDDR5-effective), with 576 CUDA cores, and 1 GB of memory across a 128-bit wide interface. The GeForce GTX 650 Ti is expected to be priced around US $149, and is slated for October 9.

Source: VideoCardz

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti Specifications Detailed

Post the September 13 launch of GeForce GTX 660 and GTX 650, a wide performance gap between the two is more than evident, and we've known for a few weeks now that NVIDIA isn't stopping at the GTX 660, at harvesting its GK106 silicon. There are more sections of the media with plausible specifications of what is being referred to as the GeForce GTX 650 Ti, an SKU designed to let NVIDIA fill the US $130-$220 price-range, between the GTX 650 and GTX 660.

According to these new set of specifications, the GTX 650 Ti is indeed based on the GK106 silicon, but with an entire GPC disabled, resulting in a CUDA core count of 576, and TMU count of 48. The memory bus width appears to have been reduced to 128-bit, with a standard memory amount of 1 GB. With a memory clock speed of 1350 MHz (5.40 GHz GDDR5-effective), a memory bandwidth of 86 GB/s is achieved. The GPU is clocked at 960 MHz, there is no GPU Boost feature. With the given configuration, the GPU TDP is expected to be no more than 85W.

Sources: ArabPCWorld, VideoCardz

NVIDIA Plans Two New SKUs Based on GK106

A little later this month, NVIDIA plans to launch the GeForce GTX 660, its first desktop GPU based on the 28 nm GK106 silicon. The GTX 660 carries NVIDIA's ASIC codename GK106-400. An internal document detailing other SKUs based on the GK106 in the works, was leaked to the web. According to a 3DCenter.org report, the two ASIC codenames GK106-250 and GK106-200 described in the document could be new SKUs.

The GK106-250, carrying a working title GeForce GTX 655, could have one of the five SMX units of the GK106 disabled, resulting in a CUDA core count of 768. According to the document, it features a 192-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface, holding 2 GB of memory, much like the GTX 660. The GK106-200, on the other hand, with a working title GeForce GTX 650 Ti, could feature just three of the five SMX units on the GK106 silicon, making up 576 CUDA cores. According to the document, it features 2 GB of GDDR5 memory across a 128-bit wide memory interface, much like the GK107-based GTX 650. The two SKUs could help NVIDIA seal gaps in its mainstream desktop GPU lineup.Sources: 3DCenter.org, PCinLife

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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