The GeForce GTX 650 Ti with Boost has been on the market for a few weeks now and was received with very positive reviews. NVIDIA's latest card provides a significant performance improvement over the GTX 650 Ti thanks to the added Boost algorithm. Performance is slightly higher than AMD's HD 7850 with very competitive pricing.
Inno3D has engineered a custom GTX 650 Ti Boost using the company's iChill triple-slot cooling solution. A triple-slot cooler promises high cooling performance and low noise—when engineered properly. Inno3D also overclocked their card out of the box. GPU clock is up by 80 MHz, which is a large increase compared to other cards, and the iChill GTX 650 Ti Boost also includes a memory overclock, which we usually don't see on competing products.
According to Inno3D, the iChill GTX 650 Ti Boost will retail for around $190, which is a $20 increase over reference design pricing.
GTX 560 Ti
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650 Ti Boost
|Inno3D GTX |
650 Ti Boost
GTX 660 Ti
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|Memory Bus Width||256 bit||128 bit||256 bit||320 bit||256 bit||256 bit||192 bit||192 bit||192 bit||256 bit||384 bit||192 bit|
|Core Clock||823 MHz||1000 MHz||800 MHz||732 MHz||880 MHz||860 MHz||980 MHz+||1059 MHz+||980 MHz+||1000 MHz||772 MHz||915 MHz+|
|Memory Clock||1002 MHz||1500 MHz||1250 MHz||950 MHz||1375 MHz||1200 MHz||1502 MHz||1553 MHz||1502 MHz||1200 MHz||1002 MHz||1502 MHz|