GTX 650 TI SSC 2gb vs GTX 650 Ti Boost SC 2gb vs Sapphire HD 7850 1GB
Which one of these cards will deliver the best performance? GTX 650 Ti SSC 2GB is just 4 pounds cheaper than the gtx 650 ti boost, why that? I'll be buying on amazon
Explosivx3 said:Which one of these cards will deliver the best performance? GTX 650 Ti SSC 2GB is just 4 pounds cheaper than the gtx 650 ti boost, why that? I'll be buying on amazon
Id get the 650TI SSC 2GB simply because it has an additional 1GB of Vram which means that it will perform better in next gen games compared to the 1GB Vram of the HD7850 which i'm sure is obsolete even in some of the games of today. (Sleeping dogs with HD textures and such)
The 650 Ti Boost is the best card of all three. Go with it.
To quote Tom's Harware's Review of the 650 Ti Boost:
With the Radeon HD 7770 at $120, Radeon HD 7790 at $150, and Radeon HD 7850 above $180, Nvidia is rendering all three products ineffectual at their respective price points. With one swift stroke, the company engineered a hostile takeover of the $100-$200 market, increasing graphics performance at any given budget in that space. We're particularly excited about the price/performance of a $150 GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost 1 GB. Family-wide reorganizations like this remind us of the days when fierce competition took the GeForce 8800 GT under $200.
You can look at the benchmarks of all three reference cards starting here at the review. Here's the graph from Borderlands 2 to get you started: