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Default NVIDIA's GTX 650 Ti "Mini-Kepler" Graphics Card Reviewed

NVIDIA has finally completed their Kepler line up which means there is a GPU based on their latest architecture at every price point. The GTX 650 Ti was the final piece that finishes off the series at an entry level friendly price point of $149 US and is designed to work well at 1080p HD resolutions with moderate setting. Because of its small size and lower power consumption, it also seems to be a good fit for an HTPC when paired with a good Mini-ITX chassis. Join us as we've zoomed in the camera so you can have a closer look at the NVIDIA GTX 650 Ti.

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