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NVIDIA Fills Up Kepler Line Even Further with GeForce GTX 650 Ti

Posted on October 9, 2012 2:01 PM by Rob Williams
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I have commented in the past that no other company is as thorough with regards to its current line-ups as NVIDIA, but today’s launch of the company’s GeForce GTX 650 Ti surprises even me. With the release of the GTX 660 and 650 weeks ago, I couldn’t fathom that there was room for yet another card, but lo and behold, here it is – and just in time to preface the holiday season.

Our review of the card will come later this week, although you’ll be able to surmise much of the conclusion yourself based on the table of specs below. Compared to the GTX 650, the Ti edition has twice the number of CUDA cores and slightly higher memory clocks. It actually comes a lot closer to the GTX 660 than it does the 650, which for those looking for the best bang for the bank, is a very good thing.

Cores Core MHz Memory Mem MHz Mem Bus TDP
GeForce GTX 690 3072 915 2x 2048MB 6008 256-bit 300W
GeForce GTX 680 1536 1006 2048MB 6008 256-bit 195W
GeForce GTX 670 1344 915 2048MB 6008 256-bit 170W
GeForce GTX 660 Ti 1344 915 2048MB 6008 192-bit 150W
GeForce GTX 660 960 980 2048MB 6000 192-bit 140W
GeForce GTX 650 Ti 768 925 1024MB 5400 128-bit 110W
GeForce GTX 650 384 1058 1024MB 5000 128-bit 64W
GeForce GT 640 384 900 2048MB 5000 128-bit 65W
GeForce GT 630 96 810 1024MB 3200 128-bit 65W
GeForce GT 620 96 700 1024MB 1800 64-bit 49W
GeForce GT 610 48 810 1024MB 1800 64-bit 29W

We’ll talk more about the card later this week, but if you need anything to whet your appetite, bear in mind that many GeForce GTX 650 Ti’s will include a voucher for a free copy of Assassin’s Creed III. For the card’s SRP of about $150, a free game like that is hard to ignore.

Source: NVIDIA

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