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MSI GTX 650 Ti Power Edition

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Posted October 22, 2012 by Jake in Video Cards
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Specifications: 933MHz/1350MHz, 1GB GDDR5
 
Price at time of Review: $160
 

WHAT WE LIKED:

Good performance, Excellent overclocking, Great value, Low temperatures and noise, Factory overclock
 

WHAT WE DISLIKED:

Long PCB design, End-mounted power connector, Open heatsink won't fully exhaust warm air
 
BOTTOM LINE:
Good budget gaming card with factory overclock and low temperatures.
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Introduction

It hasn’t been long since we saw the launch of Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 660, a graphics card which managed to impress us, packing some respectable horsepower into a small frame, and carrying a rather nice price tag. To date, nothing in Nvidia’s Kepler stable matched up against AMD’s more budget-range Radeon 7850 and 7770 cards though, but that may change with the GeForce GTX 650 Ti.

The Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 Ti is the latest in the Kepler lineup, and while it may share a similar naming scheme as the GTX 660 Ti, it has some very distinct differences, not the least of which is a considerably lower price tag. Costing about $149 for the reference design (and $159 for this overclocked MSI Power Edition model), this creates a very interesting scenario, as it sits just above the Radeon 7770 in terms of price, so the question is whether this new Kepler card has the horsepower to compete in areas other than simply price.

Today’s review here is a look at the non-reference MSI GTX 650 Ti Power Edition, a model that sports a custom cooler and a factory overclock for only $10 more than the reference design. We expect some good things from this card and Nvidia has been extremely successful with the Kepler products, so will this card measure up? Can it beat the competing Radeon cards? Let’s dive in and answer those questions and more.

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