EVGA GeForce GTX 650 Ti 2048MB GDDR5 128bit, Dual Dual-Link DVI, Mini HDMI, Graphics Card (01G-P4-3651-KR) Graphics Cards 02G-P4-3651-KR
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- Core Clock: 928
- Memory Clock: 5400 MHz
- Cuda Cores: 768
- PCI-Express 3.0
- 2048MB GDDR5 128 Bit
- Nvidia SMX Engine, NVidia Adaptive Verticle Sync, Nvidia Surround, Support for Concurrent Displays, Nvidia PhysX, Nvidia 3D Vision Ready, Nvidia SLI Ready, Nvidia CUDA Technology
- Microsoft DirectX 11, NVIDIA PhysX Technology, NVIDIA 3D Vision Ready, NVIDIA CUDA Technology, PCI-Express 3.0 Support, OpenGL 4.3 Support
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This card has been a HUGE boost to my production. I can render at over twice the speed as my previous card. I usually stick with Asus, but at such a great price, I couldn't pass this up and am glad I didn't. NBA2K13 play fine with the old card with it getting jumpy every now and then, but still playable. Now the game is smooth as silk. Running at my monitors max (1920) and turning on all the goodies to top quality - the game runs at 50 fps. I didn't know how much I was missing until I upgraded.
I have only had the card for 3 days, so as with all my reviews, I will come back if anything changes. But as of right now - I am very happy and impressed.
By the way - My system is the Asus they sold at Best Buy (only) some 4 to 5 years back. The card is a PCIe 3.0 x 16 running in a PCIe 2.0 x 16 slot. No issues, but if you have a motherboard with a PCIe 3.0 slot - I'm sure it would be WAY better than my results from reading about the 2 different technologies. I had to research before I purchased to make sure the card would work in my older slot. It does, but the card is now faster than the motherboard.
Other small things I noticed it how cool the card runs and it uses less electricity than my older card. It is also MUCH smaller than my older card.
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Back to the card, it performs well on high settings with Skyrim with the ENB presets push things on Ultra and it starts to get strained as if I do that I get frames running from 22-33 depending on how many objects are moving on the screen( trees, grass, clouds). Under load playin Skyrim with these mods pushing it it doesn't get high. idles 29-33C and around 64-78C with the fan at 44% strengh. Putting the fan speed any higher results with temp drops of a few degrees and outputs the noise loud anything beyond 55%. I don't have any game other than Skyrim with the graphics mods to give its performance marks. Unigen Valley benchmark with settings at 1080p, high settings, and AA at max gave me a score of 882, min frames of 11 and max frames of 35. This was paired with a i5 3570k at stock speeds, 8gb of Corsair ram at 1300mhz. I think had I reinstalled EVGA's Precision X program I'd get a wee bit more performance out of it but it messes with the ENB mod for Skyrim so I left it out of my computer. All in all if you aren't looking for a card that can push Crysis and other current gen games at full Ultra settings, and have a monitor spitting out regular full HD and are just going to play games at high settings this card is right. With sales going on pretty much everything right now this is a good deal for regular gaming.
solid temperatures under load and idling
good mid range performance
If you buy this and expect stellar high performance you will be disappointed as this is an entry mid level
if you expect to get a total silent build under full load you will further be disappointed
if you expect this card to do your laundry your taxes and give you awesome coinage mining you will be disappointed even more
i'm running out of smart alick remarks for the cons now.
buy this card if you just want your games to work, may get more oomph if you mess round with the Precision Tool but this card is rugged enough for decent gaming just not ultra performance at the higher resolutions, 1440p at 120hz or higher.
It was purchased for home theater pc however, so here are my feelings in that context:
* Literally only six inches long, will fit in small cases
* Powerful rendering, does its job quite well without even breaking a sweat
* Easy to install, built solid
* Using any software or utility, you cannot get fan speed below 35%, its set to that as a minimum in the BIOS.
* In almost any pc case, the fan is rudely audible at lowest speed. In Antec HT case, sitting 12 feet back, could always hear the fan quite noticeably (as if sitting right next to it) at almost all levels except heavy action. Unacceptable for HT; I can't believe it passed QA testing to be honest, its that loud. For the record, its not mechanical that is loud, it is the air being pushed, and general "noise". It isn't metal on metal or similar. Its a whirlwind type sound.
* Currently, all after-market fan modifications are either too high (exceed height of the case), or reach over minimum of 2 1/2 slots! For a mATX HTPC, no bueno.
* To fix, had to edit BIOS to 15%, and re-flash. Now temps run cool as heck even under huge load, and RPM's increase as necessary under load. I can't even hear this thing now! Fixed.
In summary, if you are using this for gaming, you probably dont care about the loud fan. If you need a short-length but powerful HT card, this is fantastic, but will need a BIOS reprogramming or you will want to throw it out the window, I almost did : )
Currently this has to be the most powerful card for how short it is - it can burn through A LOT, I must say. Great for the price.