ELSA Launches the GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost S.A.C Card

ESLA has launched the GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost S.A.C. graphics card that features reference clock speeds, 2 GB of GGDR5 memory over a 192-bit interface and the company’s trademark Silent Air Cooling (S.A.C.) cooling solution.

The S.A.C. cooling system features two 75 mm cooling fans, large heatsinks, and reportedly lowers operating temperatures while under load by 8°C and produces just 25 dB of noise.

The Elsa GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost S.A.C. is expected to go on sale in early May for ¥23,800 which translates to about $239 USD.

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  • At that price for that card I would expect it to be running at 8°C under heavy load.
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  • Who the hell is ELSA? I'm sorry but my Gigabyte OC version with Twin Silence coolers was only $199 local Microcenter, PN is GV-N65TBOC-2GD. I think that extra $50 comes from importing from the "get screwed by Europe tax"
    Note to anyone overclocking the 650ti boost cards, the driver bug hasn't been fixed yet and if you overclock please set the Power Limit % to 99 MAX, down from 100%, or your overclock won't mean crap. Nvidia really needs to fix that bug.
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    The Elsa GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost S.A.C. is expected to go on sale in early May for ¥23,800 which translates to about $239 USD.

    gsxrme said:
    Who the hell is ELSA? I'm sorry but my Gigabyte OC version with Twin Silence coolers was only $199 local Microcenter, PN is GV-N65TBOC-2GD. I think that extra $50 comes from importing from the "get screwed by Europe tax".


    Since when Japan was in Europe? :P
    This (¥) is the symbol of Japanese currency called yen...
    Also for $194 you can even buy MSI N660 TF 2GD5/OC GeForce GTX 660 from newegg...
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