Recently we talked about the next Nvidia graphics card for the GTX 600 Series generation, or what is the same Kepler graphics generation manufactured in 28nm. The final technical specifications indicate that the graphics core GK 106 will be used, but recent reports also indicate that it will be a modest graphics card.
Although Nvidia is not revealing information on the GeForce GTX 650 Ti, as usual before a launch they leave no information about possible technical specifications, and even performance details. From ArabPCWorl however they have indicated what could be the final specifications of the GTX 650 Ti, but it seems that its performance will not be that good since it would be far from the GTX 660.
According the site, Nvidia has deactivated two SMX units, so that the number of nuclei would be reduced to 576 CUDA Cores, far from the 960 CUDA Cores found in the GTX 660. It would also have 48 TMUs, 24 ROPs and 1GB of GDDR5 memory running at 5400Mhz effective and a 128bit memory interface.
Its GK 106 core would work at 960MHz GPU and would not use Boost technology. Otherwise it would also be necessary to use a power cable 6-pin PCI-Express and its TDP would be 85W. If these specs prove true, we do not believe that it can compete with the Radeon HD 7850, maybe yes with Radeon HD 7700 Series, but it would clearly be a model aimed at the midrange/low.
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