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EVGA GeForce GTX 650 Ti SSC 2048MB GDDR5 128bit, Dual Dual-Link DVI, Mini HDMI, Graphics Card (01G-P4-3653-KR) Graphics Cards 02G-P4-3653-KR

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Graphics Coprocessor GeForce GTX 650 Ti GeForce GTX 750Ti NVIDIA Geforce GTX 650
Graphics Ram Size 2 GB 2048 MB 4 GB 1 GB
Display Resolution Maximum 2560 x 1600 2560 x 1600 4096x2160 2560 x 1600
Dimensions 4.38 inches x 6 inches x 1.5 inches 4.38 inches x 6.7 inches x 1.5 inches 4.4 inches x 10.1 inches x 2 inches 4.38 inches x 6 inches x 1.5 inches
Item Package Weight 1.65 pounds 1.85 pounds 2.75 pounds 2.2 pounds
Memory Clock Speed 5400 MHz 5400 MHz 7010 MHz 5000 MHz
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If you’re passionate about first-person shooters like Call of Duty, massively multiplayer online games like World of WarCraft, or real-time strategy games like StarCraft II, then GeForce GTX is for you. Turbocharge your experience with the powerful performance of the EVGA GeForce GTX 650 Ti and enjoy the latest games in full 1080P HD with this next-generation NVIDIA Kepler architecture-based GPU.

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Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM
Screen Resolution 2560 x 1600
Max Screen Resolution 2560 x 1600
Processor 1071 MHz
Memory Speed 5400 MHz
Graphics Coprocessor GeForce GTX 650 Ti
Chipset Brand NVIDIA
Graphics Card Ram Size 2 GB
Brand Name EVGA
Item model number 02G-P4-3653-KR
Item Weight 1.6 pounds
Product Dimensions 6 x 1.5 x 4.4 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H 6 x 1.5 x 4.38 inches

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ASIN B009KUT30E
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4.4 out of 5 stars 100 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,152 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Graphics Cards
Shipping Weight 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First Available October 9, 2012

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I recently purchased an EVGA GTX 660 after reading good reviews about it. I was very impressed with the results, and noticed a massive improvement over my PNY GTX 550 Ti 1GB. I used my GTX 550 Ti for a build I was working on, and was disappointed with the temps I was reaching and the inability to play newer games on higher settings. I enjoy tinkering with stuff a bit and most of the reviews I've read show the new Kepler powered GTX 650 ti is a pretty capable card, so I figured why not give it a shot.

First I will point out, this card uses way less power than the Fermi based GTX 550 ti. About 40W less power, which is significant considering theirs also a big boost in performance. Another key advantage is this card is much smaller, about 2.5 inches less in length. It's surprising because the next step up in the GTX 600 series is the 660, and that card is about 2 inches longer than the 550 ti, or nearly 4 inches longer than the 650 ti. This makes the 650 ti ideal for those using small cases as it's small, cool, and uses little power (great for small PSU's in ITX setups). I am using a Silverstone SG04 case with a front mounted radiator for the CPU cooler, so I was limited to cards less than 8 inches long for my case, the 650 ti fit with plenty of room to spare. I think the other advantage this offers is it keeps the rest of the case fairly cool too as air flow is less restricted.

I figured rather than talking about differences I noticed, I'd just run a 3D Passmark 11 and let the results speak for themselves.

Setup:
Silverstone SG04 mATX Case
Silverstone ST50F 500W PSU
Asus P8Z77-I
Intel Xeon E3 1230 v2
Intel Liquid Thermal Solution
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Let me start out by saying, I have owned several video cards, most by EVGA since they are in my opinion the best board partner to NVIDIA. The card I owned previous to installing this one was the GTX 550 Ti 1GB FPB edition by EVGA and honestly never had any issues with it however I had seen in some benchmarks that the 650 Ti nearly doubled its performance and was even smaller in form factor when compared to the 550 Ti. I have tried countless games on my new 650 Ti SSC 1GB, Battlefield 3, Sleeping Dogs, and Max Payne 3, 3 graphic intensive games. It succeeded in all 3 of them on medium settings pushing out a whopping 44-61 FPS. On high I got about 32-47 FPS but keep in mind this board is extremely affordable compared to better performing boards on the market such as the GTX 680 Ti. Even if you are getting 44 FPS minimum on a game like battlefield, you are still getting more FPS than its console version which is capped at 30FPS. Also, Even on Medium, Battlefield 3 looks gorgeous. (Something I could not notice in the 550 Ti), and on High the game is extremely playable still but I personally prefer to play on medium because I like to keep my temperatures low.(also the differences in aesthetics is very minor) This card runs fairly quiet and you would only hear it if you sit right next to it and try to listen for it, if your case is properly cooled, the fan on the card will run at a lower RPM and reduce the noise coming from the fan. If you are even questioning buying this card, stop and just buy it, This is by far the best GPU you can have under $200 and can run every new generation game on medium to high settings effortlessly.Read more ›
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Bought this for a new system build to be equal to or better than (and by all reports it's 'better than') a GTX 550 Ti. I personally don't play the high end graphics games, but for GW2, WoW, SWTOR, etc. it's a dream. Amazon doesn't tell you in the system specs as far as I saw, but this card requires a minimum 400W power supply.
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This card performs very well, especially considering that it uses very little power and costs under $150. It runs cool, hitting only 50 - 55C under full load. I replaced a 9800 GTX+ with this card and it is a nice upgrade all around.

The only problem is fan noise. At idle (and full load for the most part)the fan is only running on 21%, but it is easily the loudest component on the rig. if the fan is manually run up to 100%, it sounds like it will explode. At Idle, my old 9800 GTX+ was virtually silent (full load was another story....). I do understand that this card packs considerable power in a very small package, and fan noise is just part of it.

Bottom line, I give this 5 stars for performance/value, but 3 overall due to the noise. Consider something else if you want a quiet rig at idle.
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I purchased a new computer system that had a very fast i7 4770 Processor, but a slow GT 635 OEM video card. I'm not really a gamer or video editor, so I was just looking for a mid-range card that a new, fast PC deserves. I chose the EVGA GeForce GTX 650 Ti SSC for several reasons. It was priced right with a rebate. The 650 Ti is a very capable card, and this model already comes clocked much higher than stock. It is smaller and uses less power than the next step up GTX 660 card. And I also have good experience with EVGA.

I actually had to return the first card I received. EVGA sent me the UEFI vbios for my card so I could run Windows 8.1 with "Secure Boot" on, but it promptly bricked my card. I received my 2nd card, and decided not to attempt to flash it, and just run with Secure Boot disabled. So just be aware. If you're running a newer system with a UEFI Bios and Windows 8.x, you have two choices. Obtain the UEFI vbios from EVGA and flash it, or you have to disable Secure Boot in your system's bios. Otherwise you system will not boot with the card installed. This is not unique to EVGA. Almost all the other manufacturers ship their cards with a standard vbios, and you need to request a UEFI vbios from them. Some do not even offer one.

Installing the card is simple and took less than 5 minutes. I already had the latest NVIDIA driver installed. The card is amazingly quiet, and runs cool even under load. I ran the usual 3DMark and Passmark benchmarks to see how my system compared to when I had the previous card. I was not disappointed. My 3DMark score just about tripled, and my System Passmark Score was about 50% higher. At full load, the card stays cool. It never goes above 60 degrees Celsius. All in all, I am very happy. My new system feels complete now. I highly recommend this card to anyone that doesn't need ultra high end performance, and is just looking for a fast mid-range card.
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