- Apr 29, 2014
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|System Name||Alucard / The Reinforcer / Portable?|
|Processor||i7 5930K @ 4.5ghz (24/7) / 2x Intel Xeon X5670 / Intel i7 7700HQ|
|Motherboard||MSI X99S Gaming 9 AC / Dell Dual Socket (R710) / HP Omen Stock|
|Cooling||RX 360mm + 140mm Custom Loop in Push Pull Config. / Dell Stock / HP Stock|
|Memory||Corsair Vengeance DDR4 2666 16gb (4x4gb) CL 16 / 1333mhz DDR3 96gb 12 x 8gb / 12gb DDR4 3 x 4gb|
|Video Card(s)||GTX Titan XP (2025mhz) / Asus GTX 950 (No Power Connector) / RX 580|
|Storage||Samsung 512gb SSD RAID 0 and 2tb HDD x4 RAID 5 / 300gb x8 RAID 5 / NVME 240gb SSD and 1tb HDD|
|Display(s)||Acer XG270HU 1440p 144hz Freesync, Acer B286HK 4K UHD Monitor / 1080p 60hz Freesync display|
|Case||Corsair Obsidian 800D / Dell Poweredge R710 Rack Mount Case / HP Omen 17|
|Audio Device(s)||Realtec ALC1150 (On board)|
|Power Supply||Rosewill Lightning 1300Watt|
|Software||Windows 10 Pro / Windows Server 2008 R2 / Windows 10 Home|
Do the math, the extra power between the 650Ti/750Ti is mainly from the core clock and a few minor IPC improvements, the 650Ti Boost with more ROPS outperforms the 750Ti however, despite a lower clock speed.
The GTX 650ti boost has a 192bit bus and a core clock of 980 with boost to 1033 and with the extra memory and memory speed/bandwidth allows it to perform more on par with a 750ti however it still depends on the game as BF4 is better on 750ti while Metro for instance is better on the 650ti boost.
Still in raw performance the 750ti is slightly ahead. Either way though if we include the way things are and the looks the GTX 880 even if it matches the core of a GTx 780ti will perform better.
Still more of a wait and see game, but I still believe the 880 will be the next top dog.