Tuesday, July 31st 2012

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Specifications and Launch Date Leaked

Following the launch of its GeForce GTX 660 series graphics processors, NVIDIA is likely to turn its attention to the sub-$200 market, particularly in the crucial back-to-school shopping season, with the launch of the new GeForce GTX 650 graphics processor. The new chip will help the company capture a key sub-$200 price-point, and replace the GeForce GTX 550 Ti.

According to a DonanimHaber report, the GeForce GTX 650 will be based on the new 28 nm GK107 ASIC, which is derived from the GeForce Kepler architecture. The chip will pack 384 CUDA cores, and a 128-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface, which holds 1 GB of memory. The same report pin-points the launch date to 17th September.

Source: DonanimHaber
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42 Comments on NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Specifications and Launch Date Leaked

#1
theoneandonlymrk
N3M3515 said:
Well i guess $300 is the new $200 if you know what i mean....
only in nvidias head it is, i aint paying money for this shit , and im not hurt just dissapointed in nvidia, they can make good gpu's, no doubt but their nameing and speccing departments want takeing out back for the big bullet imho

Not good enough nvidia ,just not good enough i expected a 6-700 shader card in the 650 slot not some 384 core oddity that wont cut it in games

relative to what was before this amount of new shaders makes this a 620-30 to me

DarkOCean said:
w sub $200 market mean $130 to you? gt 640 ddr3 is already $110 so that's just wishfull thinking on your part.
equivalent to a 520 in old money and just as shit for gameing i built a Amd 3870K + 7650 combo that cost 110 gfx wise, and DID play all games at acceptable detail and fps for most(not enthusiasts), these cards are for sims only and will struggle with that, best sticking to bejewelled says I.
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#2
GSquadron
After trying for a month, nvidias forums are still down. I created a forum in 3 days with md5 passwords. I think nvidia trying to be dead from the market, because they already won all the money they needed. Now all is like surviving amd offers. This will be like 7770 or a little higher, but still i was a dead boy after nvidia, now using radeon. Bye bye nvidia....
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#3
Xzibit
Nvidia is too busy try'n to fix the GPU Throotling they promised to fix back in May with a driver by June/July.

As for the Nvidia Forums
Nvidia said, they couldnt re-create the issue so they are looking into it.:p

One problem at a time people...
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#4
Nihilus
theoneandonlymrk said:



equivalent to a 520 in old money and just as shit for gameing i built a Amd 3870K + 7650 combo that cost 110 gfx wise, and DID play all games at acceptable detail and fps for most(not enthusiasts), these cards are for sims only and will struggle with that, best sticking to bejewelled says I.
What is the run down of your system and how much did it cost total with software. I wanted to build a similiar system now that the 7750 is low profile.
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#5
zsolt_93
This looks like they have a 650TI incoming somewhen along with the non TI 660. No news about these 2 were posted so far so these might as well be the 700-800 and 1000-1100 sp parts that are missing from the lineup. The gap is too large between the 650 and 660TI its like 550TI to GTX580, they cant afford losing the market segment that matters most releasing no competitive cards.
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#6
gopal
THere is no TI dude they have made it GTX 650 not 650 TI
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#7
HumanSmoke
zsolt_93 said:
This looks like they have a 650TI incoming somewhen along with the non TI 660. No news about these 2 were posted so far so these might as well be the 700-800 and 1000-1100 sp parts that are missing from the lineup. The gap is too large between the 650 and 660TI its like 550TI to GTX580, they cant afford losing the market segment that matters most releasing no competitive cards.
Presumeably the card you're looking for is the GTX 660 (non-Ti)- as mentioned by this very site a couple of days ago...1152 shaders/ 24 ROP / 96 TMU / 24 ROP * 32-bit = 192-bit bus width.
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#8
zsolt_93
Was i right? There will be a 650TI after all.
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#9
N3M3515
Aleksander Dishnica said:
After trying for a month, nvidias forums are still down. I created a forum in 3 days with md5 passwords. I think nvidia trying to be dead from the market, because they already won all the money they needed. Now all is like surviving amd offers. This will be like 7770 or a little higher, but still i was a dead boy after nvidia, now using radeon. Bye bye nvidia....
i don't think a 384 core gpu could pose a threat to the 7770.
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#10
Aksh_47
Well if these are the final specs of the GTX 650 then its goin to have a bad time.. thankx to 6870 and the 560 which are available these days as low as $135.
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#11
gopal
Aksh_47 said:
Well if these are the final specs of the GTX 650 then its goin to have a bad time.. thankx to 6870 and the 560 which are available these days as low as $135.
I don't think that these are the final specs because if it is then i will kick this card
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#12
Aksh_47
gopal said:
I don't think that these are the final specs because if it is then i will kick this card
And in India this thing may be priced ~10K.. at that price it will be useless!
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#13
gopal
Aksh_47 said:
And in India this thing may be priced ~10K.. at that price it will be useless!
I think the price should be 150$ = Rs. 8350 = 121 EURO
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#14
Aksh_47
Common man everything here is priced much higher.. for example the GTX 680 which actually costs $500, costs $700! even the most entry level stuff.. the 7750 which has its original price of $110 costs $155! So my guess is that the 650 will be similar to the 7770 which costs $150 but in India is $200..
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#15
gopal
Aksh_47 said:
Common man everything here is priced much higher.. for example the GTX 680 which actually costs $500, costs $700! even the most entry level stuff.. the 7750 which has its original price of $110 costs $155! So my guess is that the 650 will be similar to the 7770 which costs $150 but in India is $200..
lol you are wrong at this, if you go delhi there you will find GTX 560TI at Rs. 15000 = 270$ So, they are not that expensive in india and there are two website to know that avg. prices of computer parts in INDIA and of course in INR, One is Price Guide and the other one is BitFang

EDIT: but i agree with the GTX 680 example
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#16
theoneandonlymrk
Nihilus said:
What is the run down of your system and how much did it cost total with software. I wanted to build a similiar system now that the 7750 is low profile.
theoneandonlymrk said:
1 x ASUS F1A75-M AMD Hudson D3 (Socket FM1) DDR3 PCI-Express Micro-ATX Motherboard @ 59.99GBP
1 x AMD Llano A8-3870K Black Edition 3.00GHz (Socket FM1) Processor - Retail @ 101.99GBP
1 x Corsair Vengeance Blue 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 PC3-12800C9 1600MHz Dual Channel Kit (CMZ8GX3M2A1600C9B) @ 38.99GBP
1 x 500W Corsair Builder Series 500CX V2 80PLUS Power Supply @ 44.99GBP
1 x 1TB Seagate ST1000DM003 Barracuda 7200.12 SATA III 6Gb/s Hard Drive - HDD @ 69.54GBP
1 x Cooler Master Silencio Black Midi Tower Soundproof Chassis w/ USB3.0 @ 61.80GBP
1 x Sony Optical 24x DVD Writer, AD-5280S-0B, SATA, Black, OEM @ 13.99GBP
1 x VTX3D Radeon HD 6670 1024MB GDDR3 PCI-Express Graphics Card @ 52.37GBP

and it performed very well in all scenarios , games run v well on it on typicaly medium settings
could have got a few bits cheaper, sorry not Ot but replying

I do hope nvidia dont ask the earth for this but given 620's sell for upto 100 uk notes im not hopefull of folding on nvidia anytime soon.

also how does Ti now mean its got 3x the shaders , thats just missleading and wrong imho
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#17
Nihilus
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