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GTX 560 Ti Vs GTX 650 Ti Boost

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May 11, 2013 10:35:44 AM

The 650 Ti Boost should be a little faster.
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May 11, 2013 10:40:42 AM

no way; the gtx 660 ti Boost should, in all honesty, kick the 550 ti boost's ass. The 660 ti's performance is amazing enough already, boosted and OC'd can get you up to 670 performance, especially with it great cooling and Kepler architecture.
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May 11, 2013 10:44:07 AM

TheDoctorX said:
no way; the gtx 660 ti Boost should, in all honesty, kick the 550 ti boost's ass. The 660 ti's performance is amazing enough already, boosted and OC'd can get you up to 670 performance, especially with it great cooling and Kepler architecture.

Ehm, he's talking about the 560 Ti and the 650 Ti Boost, not the 550 Ti and the 660 Ti. Makes it a much closer contest, but I still think the 650 Ti Boost comes out ahead.
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May 11, 2013 10:52:32 AM


Well, I'd trust proper reviews over that type of comparison site. They're usually not very accurate.

Tom's review of the GTX 650 Ti Boost showed it pretty much matching the Radeon HD 7850. And the 7850 almost matched the GTX 570 when it was launched, let alone today after drivers have matured.

These graphs aren't the end-all be-all either, but should be a better rule of thumb than GPUboss:



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May 11, 2013 11:02:13 AM

Sakkura said:

Well, I'd trust proper reviews over that type of comparison site. They're usually not very accurate.

Tom's review of the GTX 650 Ti Boost showed it pretty much matching the Radeon HD 7850. And the 7850 almost matched the GTX 570 when it was launched, let alone today after drivers have matured.

These graphs aren't the end-all be-all either, but should be a better rule of thumb than GPUboss:





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May 11, 2013 11:05:06 AM

well Sakkura. hard to compare because they are placed in separate scale. If you can find in one scale that will be better
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May 11, 2013 11:45:41 AM

the 650 ti boost is basically on par with the 7850. As you can see from the first chart it is the faster card.
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May 11, 2013 11:54:11 AM

Sakkura said:
TheDoctorX said:
no way; the gtx 660 ti Boost should, in all honesty, kick the 550 ti boost's ass. The 660 ti's performance is amazing enough already, boosted and OC'd can get you up to 670 performance, especially with it great cooling and Kepler architecture.

Ehm, he's talking about the 560 Ti and the 650 Ti Boost, not the 550 Ti and the 660 Ti. Makes it a much closer contest, but I still think the 650 Ti Boost comes out ahead.


Ah; my mistake. Carry on!
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May 11, 2013 11:57:11 AM

shobuj66 said:
well Sakkura. hard to compare because they are placed in separate scale. If you can find in one scale that will be better

You're hard to satisfy. But I finally did find a review featuring both of the cards, for a straight comparison.

Sorry about the big graph:

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May 12, 2013 10:31:03 AM

you paid a lot labor. can you quote the address


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May 12, 2013 10:53:14 AM

I linked it in the post, but here it is again.
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June 13, 2013 2:39:40 PM

shobuj66 said:
Please help guys to chose between GTX 560 Ti Vs GTX 650 Ti Boost

I have the 560ti and it will beat the 650ti 1gb but the 2gb one just has the legs on it. and is cheaper to buy new

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June 13, 2013 5:28:10 PM

allwaysquality2011 said:


Great. Thinking of getting 2 GTX650ti cards to replace my 560ti? What you guys think?
Two GPU's should have a big increase in speed?

Why are you invading this old thread with an unrelated question? Anyhow, yes, 2x GTX 650 Ti in SLI will be quite a bit faster than a GTX 560 Ti. But you might want to consider a single, more powerful graphics card.

allwaysquality2011 said:
shobuj66 said:
Please help guys to chose between GTX 560 Ti Vs GTX 650 Ti Boost

I have the 560ti and it will beat the 650ti 1gb but the 2gb one just has the legs on it. and is cheaper to buy new


The 1 GB and 2 GB versions will in most cases perform identically. It's only at high resolutions that more memory becomes necessary.
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December 4, 2013 12:09:39 PM

shobuj66 said:
Please help guys to chose between GTX 560 Ti Vs GTX 650 Ti Boost


the only difference between the cards is memory.560ti has 256mbit whereas 650ti has 192 bit. also the 560ti has a large memory bandwidth.
have u bought 650ti boost??? howz is the performance?? have u played call of duty ghosts 1080p resoltuion on it??? plese reply
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December 4, 2013 5:00:25 PM

Sajal399 said:
shobuj66 said:
Please help guys to chose between GTX 560 Ti Vs GTX 650 Ti Boost


the only difference between the cards is memory.560ti has 256mbit whereas 650ti has 192 bit. also the 560ti has a large memory bandwidth.
have u bought 650ti boost??? howz is the performance?? have u played call of duty ghosts 1080p resoltuion on it??? plese reply

No, that is completely wrong. There are plenty of other differences apart from the memory interface. Which, by the way, is 256-bit on the GTX 560 Ti, not 256 megabit. You're off by a factor of one million.

The GTX 560 Ti has 384 shaders, 64 TMUs, and 32 ROPs based on the Fermi architecture, running at 822 MHz but with a shader hot clock of 1645 MHz. It has a 256-bit memory interface running at 1002 MHz, which is an effective 4008 MT/s (since GDDR5 is effectively quad-pumped). That means it has a memory bandwidth of 128 GB/s.

The GTX 650 Ti Boost has 768 shaders, 64 TMUs, and 24 ROPs based on the Kepler architecture, running at 980-1033 MHz (and no shader hot clock). It has a 192-bit memory interface running at 1500.5 MHz, which is an effective 6002 MT/s. That means it has a memory bandwidth of 144 GB/s.

So when you say the 560 Ti has a large memory bandwidth... the GTX 650 Ti Boost actually has a very large memory bandwidth, since it's 16 GB/s ahead of the 560 Ti.

And finally... why did you feel compelled to necro this old thread?
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