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Friday, 05 October 2012 14:27

Geforce GTX 650 Ti benchmarked

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Slower than HD 7850


Although they look a bit strange, we now have some of the early benchmark results of the GTX 650 Ti.

According to 3DMark 11 results posted over at WCCFTech.com, the GTX 650 Ti scores X1489 in 3DMark "xtreme" preset and P4689 in "performance" preset. These results put the GTX 650 Ti ahead of the HD 6870 but slower than the HD 7850. Of course, 3DMark 11 is far from the actual, real-world, performance, so we will wait for some game benchmarks before we make a final verdict about the upcoming GTX 650 Ti.

In addition to the early benchmark figures, the leak includes a full GPU-Z screenshot of the card confirming the 768 CUDA cores, 128-bit memory interface and the 928MHz reference GPU clock that we wrote about yesterday.

The only thing that does look strange on the screenshot is the actual memory clock which should be set at 5400MHz rather than the 6008MHz, but as we said, we will see at least a couple of factory overclocked graphics cards based on this GPU and it simply could be the choice of some partner to go with faster clocked memory.

As we wrote yesterday, Nvidia still did not give the final price of the GTX 650 Ti to its partners and the recent HD 7850 price cut will certainly put a lot of pressure on this card. The new GTX 650 Ti is currently scheduled to officially launch on 9th of October.

You can check out the GPU-Z and benchmark screenshots here.


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