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.