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A GTX 650 vs GTX 650 ti?

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December 16, 2013 12:08:14 PM

Hey there I'm new here so if the category is wrong let me know.
My current PC specs:
Core 2 duo E7400 2.8 GHz [Oced to 3.2 GHz]
Asus P5KPL AM/PS motherboard.
4 GB DDR2 ram 800 Mhz.

I'm planning to buy a GTX 650 or GTX 650 ti. Which to buy? Also are both GPUs compatible with my mother board? I'm also buying a Crosair VS450 Watt PSU. Is the PSU compatible with my motherboard?

Please let me know only about these products or in these range. I can't afford anything costlier than this.
On a budget here. [already in echo mode :\]
Thank yea!
PS: Links to all items-
http://www.flipkart.com/palit-nvidia-geforce-gtx-650ti-...

http://www.flipkart.com/gainward-nvidia-geforce-gtx-650...
http://www.flipkart.com/corsair-vs450-450-watt-psu/p/it...

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December 16, 2013 12:17:55 PM

I think the 650 would be a wise choice when taking your entire build into consideration. Any higher than that, your cpu would bottleneck your GPU. And the VS450 will work well with those parts.
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December 16, 2013 12:20:23 PM

Get the 650 ti. It will be a good bit faster than the 650. The PSU and GPU are compatible.

gpuboss.com/gpus/GeForce-GTX-650-Ti-vs-GeForce-GTX-650
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December 16, 2013 8:20:49 PM

barto said:
I think the 650 would be a wise choice when taking your entire build into consideration. Any higher than that, your cpu would bottleneck your GPU. And the VS450 will work well with those parts.


Thank you for your quick reply. But I was thinking of getting 650ti so my next upgrade [Mobo, processor and RAM] would suffice for it.
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December 16, 2013 8:22:22 PM

Jacob McIntosh said:
Get the 650 ti. It will be a good bit faster than the 650. The PSU and GPU are compatible.

gpuboss.com/gpus/GeForce-GTX-650-Ti-vs-GeForce-GTX-650


My question is: Are the PSU and GPU compatible with my motherboard. :p 
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December 16, 2013 8:25:28 PM

Yep as long as it has a pcie 2.0 x16 slot.
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December 16, 2013 11:09:08 PM

One more update. What if I buy 560 instead.? 560 has is for pcie 2.0 and my mobo too.
660ti needs pcie 3.0 so my mobo will reduce its performance right?
I'm kinda newbie to all this so if I'm wrong please correct me.
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December 16, 2013 11:09:58 PM

660 ti doens't need 3.0 you can use 3.0 on 2.0 mobos and there is no difference performance wise. select as solution if helped.
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December 17, 2013 3:47:17 AM

tacnaynO_o said:

Thank you for your quick reply. But I was thinking of getting 650ti so my next upgrade [Mobo, processor and RAM] would suffice for it.


Well that would have been nice in the first post..:) 

tacnaynO_o said:
One more update. What if I buy 560 instead.? 560 has is for pcie 2.0 and my mobo too.
660ti needs pcie 3.0 so my mobo will reduce its performance right?
I'm kinda newbie to all this so if I'm wrong please correct me.


As THSNOTLEK stated, graphic cards are backwards compatible. PCI-E 2.0 actually hasn't been fully utilized by average games. Unless you have 690GTXs in your rig, you won't even come close to using all of it.

That being said, what are your plans for your future build?

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December 17, 2013 4:00:52 AM

Thank you so I'll go for 650 ti. :)  :) 
I'll ask you all and according to my budget I'll decide my next upgrade. :p 
It would be a mobo upgrade. DDR3 RAM 8GB maybe.
Thank you all I'm relieved. :bounce: 
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