Gigabyte GeForce GTX 275 vs Gainward GeForce GTX 650Ti

Hello. Can you guys help me which graphic card to chose?:Gigabyte GeForce GTX 275 or Gainward GeForce GTX 650Ti, 2GB DDR5? Please answer me because im not very good at computers and their components, please give me arguments why you choose.

I am using asus P5Q3 motherboard, intel core i2 quad q9400 2.66Ghz.


Thank you very much.
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  1. 650ti, because 275 is 4 years old.
  2. gtx650ti definitely, uses less power, dx11 support and I am pretty sure performs very similar to the gtx275 if not better.

    http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/169?vs=180

    The comparison used a gtx460 which is very similar to the gtx 650 ti in terms of performance. But the 650 ti uses a lot less power and runs much cooler. And all the modern games would be more optimised for the gtx650 ti
  3. http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gaming-graphics-card-review,3107-7.html

    Look at the chart, the GTX650ti is much better ADN has DX11.
  4. shamsmu said:
    gtx650ti definitely, uses less power, dx11 support and I am pretty sure performs very similar to the gtx275 if not better.

    http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/169?vs=180

    The comparison used a gtx460 which is very similar to the gtx 650 ti in terms of performance. But the 650 ti uses a lot less power and runs much cooler. And all the modern games would be more optimised for the gtx650 ti

    but if i buy geforce gtx 650 ti can i play games like call of duty mw3 or black ops 2 with high graphics because i want a graphics card for gaming and which supports my CPU and motherboard. :whistle:
  5. d4ck said:
    but if i buy geforce gtx 650 ti can i play games like call of duty mw3 or black ops 2 with high graphics because i want a graphics card for gaming and which supports my CPU and motherboard. :whistle:


    Easily, all the call of duty games are relatively low demanding. Even a gts250/gtx260 is enough to max out those games. But gtx650 ti would give you the dx11 advantage in black ops 2 and it would definitely max out both games.
  6. thank you very much. is there any way i can give you reputaytion + or something like that?? ;)
  7. d4ck said:
    thank you very much. is there any way i can give you reputaytion + or something like that?? ;)

    You could give him "Best Answer" if I change the thread type.
  8. shamsmu said:
    Easily, all the call of duty games are relatively low demanding. Even a gts250/gtx260 is enough to max out those games. But gtx650 ti would give you the dx11 advantage in black ops 2 and it would definitely max out both games.

    DX11 in Black ops 2 LOL no just no LOL.
  9. Tom Burnqest said:
    DX11 in Black ops 2 LOL no just no LOL.


    What's so funny? :heink:
  10. Here's a GTX650ti compared to a GTX285

    http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/520?vs=680
  11. but now im thinking bettween radeon HD 7870 2gb DDR3 and GeForce GTX 650 ti DDR3 so which one is better for gaming in this case ?
    :o
  12. GTX 650 Ti but Go for Asus or MSI
  13. d4ck said:
    but now im thinking bettween radeon HD 7870 2gb DDR3 and GeForce GTX 650 ti DDR3 so which one is better for gaming in this case ?
    :o


    HD7870 is better, way better.
  14. EzioAs said:
    HD7870 is better, way better.


    this^
  15. d4ck said:
    Hello. Can you guys help me which graphic card to chose?:Gigabyte GeForce GTX 275 or Gainward GeForce GTX 650Ti, 2GB DDR5? Please answer me because im not very good at computers and their components, please give me arguments why you choose.

    I am using asus P5Q3 motherboard, intel core i2 quad q9400 2.66Ghz.


    Thank you very much.


    The GTX 650 will use up less power, less that 100w I would say while only requiring 1 6-pin connector. Roughly, a 450w PSU should do the trick. Do not listen to what people have been saying as the GTX 275 is better than a GTX 650 Ti 2GB GDDR5 according to online comparisons. Only just below a GTX 660 but will require 219w of power and 2 6-pin connectors. The 275 has become a lot more rare but is still a very good card, not to be confused with the GTX 460.
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