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GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 650 Ti OC 2GB GDDR5 2x DVI / HDMI / D-SUB PCI-Express 3.0 Graphics Card Graphics Cards GV-N65TOC-2GI

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  • Features Dual-link DVI-D x 2 / HDMI / D-SUB outputs with HDCP protection
  • Supports Nvidia 3D Vision / Surround / Adaptive Vertical Sync / SLI / PhysX technologies
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Powered by Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 Ti GPU and integrated with industry's best 2GB GDDR5 memory and 128 bit memory interface

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Product Dimensions 13 x 2.3 x 9.3 inches
Item Weight 2.2 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.9 pounds
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ASIN B009L946II
Item model number GV-N65TOC-2GI
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4.3 out of 5 stars 44 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,236 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Graphics Cards
Date first available at Amazon.com October 9, 2012

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I bought this for a budget gaming build. It was the 2nd most expensive part of the build at $174 (CPU was $12 more), but well worth it. I am an AMD faithful at heart, but the NVIDIA Kepler has more to offer dollar-to-dollar in terms of features and performance, which to me is enough to steer me clear of the Radeon cards (HD 7850), which cost the same.

The GTX 650 Ti is a mid range graphics card. It has 2 GB GDDR5 RAM, 28 nm Kepler GPU that's been factory overclocked to 1033 MHz, 128 bit memory interface at 84 GB/s, 5400 MHz memory clock, and features 786 CUDA cores (or stream processors I think double the CUDA's on the regular 650). This is a PCI-e x16 revision 3.0, but is backwards compatible with revision 2.0 and 2.1 if you don't have a x 16 3.0 motherboard. Of course it's DirectX 11 ready, has NVIDIA's 3D Vision Surround, and something called Adaptive Vertical Sync, which is supposed to improve frame rates. For the outputs you get two dual-link DVI ports, although for the card itself, you are limited to 3 DVI monitors, so it functions like it has 1, single-link DVI, and 1, dual-link DVI), a full size HDMI port, and a VGA D-Sub port. Max resolution is 2560x1600. Pretty standard stuff and you could easily run three monitors with this if you aren't using it for gaming, and could run two if you are. The PCB is very blue with all solid capacitors and branded as Gigabyte's Ultra Durable 2 which has some neat features to extend the life and efficiency of the card.

The great thing about it is the cooler. It's got Gigabyte's own Windforce 2x cooler, which has two 100 mm fans blowing through a huge aluminum heat sink that has two 6mm copper heat pipes running through the front and back of the heatsink. The fans are very quiet and keep the card pretty cool.
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The card came on time was very easy to install. it works in a PCIE 1.0a slot.

Card is running very cool. I am very surprised with the coolness. 93 f 34c

Cons i had to move my harddrive to install the card since it is 9 inchs long.

i recommend this card to anyone wanting a upgrade it is a true 2 GB card
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This is so far the best card I have bought. With this GeForce GTX 650 Ti I have been able to run games like Heroes of Might and Magic 5 and Tomb Raider Underworld with very high settings. They are quite old games I know, but I wasn't able to play the games with the same settings using my past video card, an ATI 5670.

The card is really silent and so far has worked without a problem with my 450 Watts PSU
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Just recently built a computer
intel i5 3570k 3.40ghz
8gb ram
1TB HDD
forgot the exact motherboard but I bought this graphics card to put the cherry on top of a mid range gaming computer that cost me about $650. This card looks really cool. Its a large card too. I have the NZXT Guardian ATX mid tower case and it fits but there isn't too much leg room left.

I play games like League of Legends, Starcraft2, Diablo3, WoW, Battlefield3, CounterStrike GO, TeamFortress2, assassins creed series, batman arkham series. Civ5, etc all in 1920x1080 resolution. I have a steam account and an EA Origin account in which I buy a crap load of PC games from both. I'm proud to say that every game I've played so far is running in max settings. The exception is Battlefield3. I haven't tested Crysis 3 or Skyrim (I'm waiting for sales). I would suspect that it runs games that use DirectX11 only well but not at max. Maybe a website or another review will tell you about those 2 games or any others youre curious about.

I use the program called the Geforce Experience. It pretty much reads what graphics card you have and it maximizes the video settings for best look with 30+ frames per second. Other than that everything pretty much runs at max. My computer monitor doesn't go above 60 fps so I cant tell you exact fps per game, but for a majority of them my games run at 60 and never drop a frame, and if they could go over 60 then I'm sure they would.

I just use this card for gaming so I also can't tell you about how awesome it might be for video editing or anything else one would use a video card for.
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I have an Athlon X2 PCIE 2.0 MB in my rig, and this card works just fine though it can't reach it's full performance due to being throttled to PCIE 2.0 (where the card is capable of PCIE 3.0).

I bought this instead of the 550 series as they have roughly the same performance in my rig for approx. the same price, but this card is much more power efficient than the 550 and is only about 2/3 the length.

Just don't expect frame rate miracles in games that are CPU bound like WOW, etc. I still can get a lot of frame drops.
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By R. Harry on January 1, 2014
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Got this on sale like a year ago and has been working great ever since. Still can keep up with new releases at this point. I have this on dual monitors with two different resolutions, aspect ratios, and refresh rates and I can game and watch a movie at the same time with no render problems, ghosting, or glitches at all. Why spend $500 on a video card when this will do everything you need it to do?
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I watch a DVD movie once in a while and videos off the net.
I play with pic's a lot with paint shop pro.

Used about every day almost 3 months now and love the thing.
I don't see anything bad about it at all with all that I do.
But, I don't do high level gaming so I can't say much in that area.
I would buy this again with no trouble.

Chris W.
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