- NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti Review
- More Performance For Your Budget
- Test Setup and Overclocking
- Benchmarks - Far Cry 2
- Benchmarks - Batman: Arkham City
- Benchmarks - Dirt 3
- Benchmarks - Aliens vs. Predator
- Benchmarks - 3DMark11
- Benchmarks- Unigine Heaven
- Benchmarks- Battlefield 3
- PhysX - Borderlands 2
- Final Thoughts
- All Pages
When we pulled the card out of the armored transport that is Nvidia's shipping boxes, I was impressed by the tiny card that was waiting for me. The GTX 650 Ti is about the same size as a standard 4x6 photo, and has a single fan with a spiral heatsink for cooling. The PCB is all matte black and the back I/O panel provides dual-DVI and an HDMI output, and all can be used simultaneously for tri-monitor output, something Kepler has made a standard for Nvidia in response to AMD/ATI's Eyefinity.
As mentioned before, the single fan is responsible for cooling up to the rated 110W TDP. A single 6-pin power cable is needed, the same as the GTX 660 we looked at last month. The reference GTX 650 Ti is fitted with a spiral heatsink, and we won't be surprised to see some fanless solutions hitting shelves from Nvidia's OEM partners, especially in this smaller form factor and workable TDP levels.