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Is the GTX 650ti good for PhysX?

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January 6, 2014 9:41:27 AM

I want to buy a card for PhysX and I was wondering about the GTX 650ti. Any ideas on how it preforms?

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January 6, 2014 9:48:36 AM

it has hardware support for physx
http://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop-gpus/geforce-gt...
it is good for gaming
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January 8, 2014 12:10:59 AM

May I add additional question on this thread please. Which one is better on these options?

1st one is:
GPU
EVGA GeForce GTX 650 2GB Superclocked
CUDA CORES 384
GPU CLOCK 810MHz
VIDEO MEMORY 2GB
EFFECTIVE MEM SPEED 5000MHz
MEM BANDWIDTH 80 GBps
MEM INTERFACE DDR5
MEM INTERFACE WIDTH 128bit

2nd one is:
GPU
EVGA GeForce GTX 650 Ti SSC
CUDA CORES 768
GPU CLOCK 1071MHz
VIDEO MEMORY 1GB
EFFECTIVE MEM SPEED 5400 MHz
MEM BANDWIDTH 86.4 GBps
MEM INTERFACE GDDR5
MEM INTERFACE WIDTH 128bit
DIRECTX SUPPORT DX11
OPENGL 4.3

So you see, the gtx650 superclocked has 2GB but has lesser cuda cores and lesser gpu clock while the gtx650ti has more cuda cores but only 1gb and has higher gpu clock.
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January 8, 2014 4:16:05 AM

rhjr01 said:
May I add additional question on this thread please. Which one is better on these options?

1st one is:
GPU
EVGA GeForce GTX 650 2GB Superclocked
CUDA CORES 384
GPU CLOCK 810MHz
VIDEO MEMORY 2GB
EFFECTIVE MEM SPEED 5000MHz
MEM BANDWIDTH 80 GBps
MEM INTERFACE DDR5
MEM INTERFACE WIDTH 128bit

2nd one is:
GPU
EVGA GeForce GTX 650 Ti SSC
CUDA CORES 768
GPU CLOCK 1071MHz
VIDEO MEMORY 1GB
EFFECTIVE MEM SPEED 5400 MHz
MEM BANDWIDTH 86.4 GBps
MEM INTERFACE GDDR5
MEM INTERFACE WIDTH 128bit
DIRECTX SUPPORT DX11
OPENGL 4.3

So you see, the gtx650 superclocked has 2GB but has lesser cuda cores and lesser gpu clock while the gtx650ti has more cuda cores but only 1gb and has higher gpu clock.


GTX 650 TI SC 1 GB is better . In fact 1 GB is enough . The bigger amount of VRAM only helps gpu not insist data from the RAM of the computer .but to fetch them from its VRAM. If the CPU and the RAM are fast ,like now, it makes a little difference .But this mechanism cant compensate such difference as 2x more CUDA cores ,20% faster GPU clock speed ,and faster VMEM ..Here 2GB will give a boost of up to 10% but GTX 650 TI SC has nearly 10% faster VRAM , so from here no difference . So the difference as 2x CUDA cores and 20% faster GPU clock speed will deliver again a boost of 40% .Get TI version .
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January 8, 2014 5:27:24 AM

wasnt the question specifically about if it was any good for physx?
as i recall its near the top of the pile for dedicated physx cards...
there are benchmarks out there
i researched and went for a gt640 to pair up with my 760, although i haven't been able to run any tests as yet (another story)
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