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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti Review has been leaked and published by Korean website Playwares (Via Videocardz), which shows the gaming performance of the upcoming card in various titles against the Radeon HD 7850 and HD 7770 GPUs.

GeForce GTX 650 Ti Review Specifications:

The GeForce GTX 650 Ti would be NVIDIA’s filler between the GTX 650 (Non-Ti) and GTX 660 (Non-Ti). The card would be based on the GK106-220-A1 core featuring 768 Cores, 16 ROPs and a 1GB GDDR5 (128-bit) memory interface. The card runs at reference clock frequency of 928 MHz core and 5400 MHz Boost whereas the reviewers also benchmarked the card with a core clock of 1000 MHz demonstrating what kind of performance to expect from factory overclocked models.

The GTX 650 Ti uses a small PCB design which makes use of a single 6-Pin connector to power up and display outputs include Dual Link DVI and HDMI port. The card would be priced around $159-$179 at launch depending on vendors which puts it against the Radeon HD 7850 since it has the same price range after the recent price-cuts. 

Looking at the performance from the GTX 650 Ti review, the card even when overclocked falls short of the HD 7850 while being faster than the HD 7770 GHz edition. The overall performance deficiency over HD 7850 is around 20-25% even when overclocked while the card is around 15-20% faster than the HD 7770 GHz at 1080P gaming resolution.

Note - MSI GTX 650 Ti Overclocked Performance Preview here.

You can check out the performance summary of the GTX 650 Ti review from the following graphs. The factory overclocked models do seem like a good deal for the GTX 650 Ti as they may end up providing the same kind of performance but it depends whether you are looking for better performance for lower price aka the HD 7850 or similar performance for an extra cost of the GTX 650 Ti. Benchmarks below:

Overall Performance Summary:

Gaming Performance Summary:

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