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A Round Up of Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost's Releases

By - Source: Tom's Hardware US | B 12 comments

The GeForce GTX 650 Ti is currently available in a variety of configurations from a wide range of manufacturers.

Much like the AMD Radeon HD 7790, the GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost is available from a wide range of manufacturers who offer both stock and customized versions of Nvidia's new mid-range graphics card. Based on the variants tabulated below, we can expect the GTX 650 Ti Boost to retail between $169.99 for reference models and $199.99 for overclocked versions that feature custom designed PCBs.

Read our review of the GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost here.

Name

Base Clock

Boost Clock

Memory

Memory Clock

Cooler

Price

Nvidia GTX 650 Ti Boost Reference

980 MHz

1033 MHz

2 GB GDDR5

6008 MHz

Reference

$169.99

Asus GTX 650 Ti Boost DirectCU II OC

980 MHz

1085 MHz

2 GB GDDR5

6008 MHz

DirectCU II

TBC

Asus GTX 650 Ti Boost DirectCU II

980 MHz

1033 MHz

2 GB GDDR5

6008 MHz

DirectCU II

TBC

Colorful GTX 650 Ti Boost iGame

980 MHz

1033 MHz / 1058 MHz (Turbo BIOS)

2 GB GDDR5

6008 MHz

iGame VGA

TBC


EVGA GTX 650 Ti Boost Superclocked

1072 MHz

1137 MHz

2 GB GDDR5

6008 MHz

Custom In-House

$179.99

EVGA GTX 650 Ti Boost

980 MHz

1033 MHz

2 GB GDDR5

6008 MHz

Custom In-House

$169.99

Gainward GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost Golden Sample

1006 Mhz

1072 Mhz

2 GB GDDR5

6108 Mhz

Custom In-House

TBC

Gainward GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost

980 MHz

1033 MHz

2 GB GDDR5

6008 MHz

Custom In-House

TBC

Galaxy GTX 650 Ti Boost

980 MHz

1033 MHz

2 GB GDDR5

6008 MHz

Custom In-House

$169.99

Gigabyte N65TBOC-2GD

1033 MHz

1098 MHz

2 GB GDDR5

6008 MHz

WindForce 2X

~$190

Gigabyte N65TBWF2-2GD

980 MHz

1033 MHz

2 GB GDDR5

6008 MHz

WindForce 2X

~$170

Inno3D iChill GTX 650 Ti Boost

1050 MHz

1102 Mhz

2 GB GDDR5

6200 MHz

iChill Cooler

TBC

Inno3D GTX 650 Ti Boost

980 MHz

1033 MHz

2 GB GDDR5

6008 MHz

Custom In-House

TBC

MSI N650Ti TF 2GD5/OC BE

1033 MHz

1098 MHz

2 GB GDDR5

6008 MHz

Twin Frozr III

TBC

MSI N650Ti TF 2GD5 BE

980 MHz

1033 MHz

2 GB GDDR5

6008 MHz

Twin Frozr III

TBC

MSI N650Ti-2GD5/OC BE

1006 MHz

1072 MHz

2 GB GDDR5

6008 MHz

100 mm Propeller Blade

TBC

MSI N650Ti-2GD5 BE

980 MHz

1033 MHz

2 GB GDDR5

6008 MHz

100 mm Propeller Blade

TBC

Palit GTX 650 Ti Boost OC

1006 Mhz

1072 Mhz

2 GB GDDR5

6108 MHz

Custom In-House

$175.00

Palit GTX 650 Ti Boost

980 MHz

1033 MHz

2 GB GDDR5

6008 MHz

Custom In-House

TBC

Zotac GTX 650 Ti Boost

993 Mhz

1059 Mhz

2 GB GDDR5

6008 MHz

Zotac Dual-Fan Cooler

TBC

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    Stimpack , March 29, 2013 5:53 PM
    Yeah I'm going to pay $200 for an overclocked 650 Ti when I could afford to buy a GTX 660 at that price. That's smart.
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    neblogai , March 29, 2013 6:06 PM
    StimpackYeah I'm going to pay $200 for an overclocked 650 Ti when I could afford to buy a GTX 660 at that price. That's smart.


    650 Ti Boost is not an overclocked 650 Ti. They are both cut down versions of GTX 660, and the former one is not that different from the full 660.
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    Stimpack , March 29, 2013 6:17 PM
    neblogai650 Ti Boost is not an overclocked 650 Ti. They are both cut down versions of GTX 660, and the former one is not that different from the full 660.


    I'd say it's more in competition with the 7850, if anything, and the price of that could hopefully drop soon. I just don't know why you would buy a cut-down version of something that's overclocked to match the original when the original would wind of costing the same. I mean you can buy an EVGA GTX 660 SC right now for $199 with a $10 rebate on top.
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    Sakkura , March 29, 2013 6:27 PM
    StimpackI'd say it's more in competition with the 7850, if anything, and the price of that could hopefully drop soon. I just don't know why you would buy a cut-down version of something that's overclocked to match the original when the original would wind of costing the same. I mean you can buy an EVGA GTX 660 SC right now for $199 with a $10 rebate on top.

    The 650 Ti Boost has a 192-bit memory bus, the regular 650 Ti only has a 128-bit memory bus. That's worth paying for.
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    Stimpack , March 29, 2013 6:38 PM
    SakkuraThe 650 Ti Boost has a 192-bit memory bus, the regular 650 Ti only has a 128-bit memory bus. That's worth paying for.


    You've missed the point entirely if you think I'm talking about comparing the 650 Ti to the 650 Ti Boost. Thanks for down-voting my comments, though.
  • 0 Hide
    tomfreak , March 29, 2013 6:50 PM
    StimpackYeah I'm going to pay $200 for an overclocked 650 Ti when I could afford to buy a GTX 660 at that price. That's smart.
    make ur stand dont pay anything more than $149 for a 650ti boost. $149 is Nvidia's MSRP, stick to that price.
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    Memnarchon , March 29, 2013 7:18 PM
    Wait a minute. I thought they said that MSRP for the 2GB will be $169 and for the 1GB $149. Why is the reference 650ti boost 2GB on the list with MSRP $149??? Did I miss something since Tom's Hardware review?
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    hetneo , March 30, 2013 2:05 AM
    I think there's an error here, table says that reference 2GB model is suggested price of $150, that would be 1GB model. 2GB model MSRP is $170. Oh and how comes that out of 19 models not a single one is 1GB?
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    JackNaylorPE , March 30, 2013 4:39 PM
    Woulda been nice to list the number of phases for the VRM
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    blazorthon , March 30, 2013 5:12 PM
    StimpackYou've missed the point entirely if you think I'm talking about comparing the 650 Ti to the 650 Ti Boost. Thanks for down-voting my comments, though.


    There's a difference between missing the point and not knowing that you were mentioning a different card. If you were talking about the Boost, then you should have said so if you wanted people to know what you meant.
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    boytitan2 , March 30, 2013 8:33 PM
    Guys what stimp ment by 200 dollars was the overclocked 650 ti boosts over the reference 650ti boost going for 200 when u can get a 660 ti for that price he wasn't calling the 650ti boost a over clocked 650ti. Any 650ti boost that goes above 170 for being over clocked is a waste of money since you can over clock them yourself. The galaxy 650ti boost are good they come at the reference price and can easily be over clocked on all clocks by 100 mhz with the galaxy in house over clock software and can even adjust the voltages,fanspeed for higher over clocks. I use a galaxy card by nvidia.But even with that its only saving 30 dollars from a really cheap 660 hopefully the price will go down to the 150 sweet spot over time.
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    Sakkura , March 30, 2013 10:52 PM
    You can't get a 660 Ti for $200.