Report: Nvidia Working on a Faster GeForce GTX 650 Ti

A couple days ago we showed you AMD's new Radeon HD 7790, and this might have given Nvidia a bit of a shock due to the card's competitive performance and low price of just £118, Nvidia may be revising the GeForce 6TX 650 Ti to better complete with AMD.

What this revision will actually entail is still unknown, but we are told that it will not involve any changes to the card's 768 CUDA cores, 5.4 GHz memory clock or 128-bit memory clock. With no change to the die's physical specifications, we can speculate that it will involve an increase to the 650 Ti current clock speed of 928 Mhz.

 

The revised GeForce 650 Ti is expected to release in late March / early April and is likely to retain its current price point. Since this news has not been confirmed by Nvidia, we can't guarantee the accuracy of this information.

 

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  • spat55
    looks like a cute little thing! Not often I say that
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  • faster23rd
    Wow. All these competition on the entry-level gaming GPU market ought to benefit folks like me who are on a budget. Keep the salvoes up, AMD and nVidia!
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  • lhughey
    spat55looks like a cute little thing! Not often I say that


    You don't say it often, cause you hear it all the time! :)
    Sorry, I couldn't resist. But seriously, this is another example of how competition is great. I just wish they would do this for the 660ti.
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  • faster23rd
    Wow. All these competition on the entry-level gaming GPU market ought to benefit folks like me who are on a budget. Keep the salvoes up, AMD and nVidia!
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  • spat55
    looks like a cute little thing! Not often I say that
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  • PallindroneT3604
    The EVGA Super-super-clocked already jets from the factory @ 1030+mhz/sec clock, so maybe it's either to : A)make it more power compliant like the GTX650-E off the PCIx16 rails power, or B)3GBS of GDDR5....either is great news to the average budgeteer!

    ....or not.
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