Product Key Features:
NVIDIA GPU Boost
NVIDIA Adaptive Vertical Sync
NVIDIA TXAA and FXAA technology
Microsoft DirectX 11.1 API (feature level 11_0) with DirectCompute 5.0 support
NVIDIA PhysX Technology
NVIDIA CUDA technology
NVIDIA 3D Vision Ready
NVIDIA SLI Ready
PCI Express 3.0 support
OpenGL 4.3 and OpenCL Support
Support for four concurrent displays including:
DVI *2 (dual-link)
Gainward Unique Features:
Gainward’s award winning high-performance/wide-bandwidth hardware design, provides highly reliable operation
Four simultaneous displays on one single GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost board
Gainward’s newly released Expertool II – the brand-new utility to tap into this powerful GTX 650Ti Boost card.
Small Product Introduction
In order to counterattack AMDs Radeon HD 7790 recent launch, Nvidia have got themselves ready with a newer revision of the GTX 650Ti, this time with Boost. This time we are not dealing with a completely updated ASIC, but with a recycled GK106 GPU design.
The new GeForce GTX 650Ti Boost comes with the same stream processor number and texture units as the regular 650Ti, but the ROPs have been increased from 16 to 24 as the GTX 660, along with the memory bus which is now 192-bit. The memory clocks are now the same as on the GTX 660 and the card ships in both 1GB and 2GB variants.
Nvidia has now enabled GPU Boost feature with this model, with a maximum frequency of 1033MHz on the stock model. However, the Golden Sample model we are going to review in this article has the clocks boosted even further: