Asus GTX650 TI-DC2T-1GD5 Pro Reviews
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Asus GTX650 TI-DC2T-1GD5 Reviews4
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|ocaholic||2/5||Oct 30 '12|
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|PureOverclock.com||4/5||Oct 09 '12|
|techPowerUp!||9.5/10||Oct 09 '12|
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"What holds us back from giving it a good recommendation is the price. I mean this DirectCU II Top is 40 € more expensive than the reference design and isn't worth it at all. For exemple for 20 € less you can find the EVGA SSC we reviewed few weeks ago that has 2GB of memory is as silent and 7 % faster."
"The ASUS GTX 650 Ti performed spectacularly in its range, offering top of the line temperatures and power consumption. The SAP components did not emit any buzzing, which can be heard on many reference cards with cheap components. Fan noise blended in with the case unless forced to run faster than automated control, even then they weren't that loud. Overclocking results were impressive as well: 1255MHz core and 1463MHz memory from 1033MHz and 1350MHz respectively! The two diagnostic LEDs near the 6-pin PCIe power connection should help users and technical support in trouble shooting any issues relating to power. The ASUS GPU Tweak software seems really useful and worked well at overclocking and monitoring the graphics card. With the four outputs available almost everyone should be able to plug the card in and run it. Only three outputs can be used for NVIDIA Surround Technology though. The attentions to detail make this a high quality product that worked perfectly throughout testing!"
"Excellent card design and value performer, but it comes with a very long cooler design as a tradeoff."
"NVIDIA's new GeForce GTX 650 Ti offers much better performance than the normal GTX 650. The GTX 650 uses GK107 silicon, whereas the GTX 650 Ti uses GK106 silicon, which is also used on the GTX 660. This change makes the card 30% faster than GTX 650, which is still much slower than the GTX 660. Overall, we see decent performance for 1680x1050 gaming; full HD 1080p gaming is asking a bit too much from the card, even though it should handle HD 1080p gaming at lower details settings. Compared to AMD's offerings, the card sits right between the HD 7770 and HD 7850. MSI has overclocked their card out of the box, which gives it a 4% performance boost - not as much as I had hoped for. It would have helped performance if NVIDIA had included their GPU Boost technology, or ASUS had overclocked the memory. Compared to MSI's GTX 650 Ti Power Edition, the ASUS card is clocked a bit higher, which translates into a 1% performance difference - nothing to write home about."