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Let us know how you like it. Reports from end-users are always good things for new models.

On a separate note, I wonder if MSI's general branding strategy for all future low/mid-range cards will be to have their stock-clocked models under their blue-colored standard line and their pre-overclocked Twin Frozr models under their "Gaming" line.

Stock-clocked model:
msi_GTX650Tiboost_1.jpg

Pre-overclocked Twin Frozr model:
msi_GTX650Tiboost_2.jpg

Wow they look really tiny.
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Originally Posted by AlphaC View Post

@ Svenge, pretty sure Lightning = highest end GPU that hasn't been cut down (GTX 680/HD7970) , HAWK = mid range that hasn't been cut down (GTX 660/HD7870), Power edition = everything else (GTX670/GTX 660 Ti/GTX 650 Ti/GTX 650/HD7950/HD 7850/HD 7770/HD7750), Twin frozr = low-mid end or cheaper versions of PE/HAWK/Lightning, cheap plastic ones = lowest end

edit: or GTX 650 TI Boost power edition sounded ridiculous tongue.gif

Ah. I really haven't kept up on MSI's offerings, so now I know. The problem is that procuring the necessary funds to get a Lightning is the other, harder part of the battle.
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GTX 650 Ti Boost is slower than HD7850 stock or within 1-2 FPS...
A card that uses less power , OCs way more, has been out for much longer (a whole year!), and cheaper once you factor in selling the game bundle

We all know about the 7850 and we don't care.
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@ Svenge, pretty sure Lightning = highest end GPU that hasn't been cut down (GTX 680/HD7970) , HAWK = mid range that hasn't been cut down (GTX 660/HD7870), Power edition = everything else (GTX670/GTX 660 Ti/GTX 650 Ti/GTX 650/HD7950/HD 7850/HD 7770/HD7750), Twin frozr = low-mid end or cheaper versions of PE/HAWK/Lightning, cheap plastic ones = lowest end

edit: or GTX 650 TI Boost power edition sounded ridiculous tongue.gif

edit: as a side note, nobody saw this?



http://www.anandtech.com/show/6838/nvidia-geforce-gtx-650-ti-boost-review-/11

Pretty insane what has happened with F@h.

I would be interested to see some 500 series cards in that chart too. I recall that when the 600 series dropped people complained that the 680 was slower than the 580 in some non-gaming benchmarks, I dont recall what ones. I guess the same may hold true all the way down the Kepler line.
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Anyone serious about bitmining gets a $250-300 HD79xx, $150 HD58xx,or $150ish HD 69xx. The HD 7790 won't be able to recover much of your investment. It's also slower than a HD6950 AFAIK.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Mhash/s
GTX 680 = 120ish
HD 7750 =125
GTX 570 = 140-160ish
HD 7770 =200
HD 6850 =250
HD 5830=275 --> 3.2 Mhash/s/$
HD 6870 =300
HD7850 =300
HD 5850=330 --> 3Mhash/s/$
HD6950=370 --> 2.67Mhash/s/$ (assuming $150)
HD5870 =380 --> 2.07Mhash/s/$
HD6970=400
HD7870 =400
HD7870XT= ~480 --> 2.52Mhash/s/$ (assuming $200 after selling games)
HD7950 =500 --> 2Mhash/s/$ (assuming $250 after selling games)
HD7970GE =650
HD5970 =750

Also CUDA is a big factor. HD7790 can't deal with Autodesk Autocad well and doesn't work for Adobe Premiere or anything needing iray (NVIDIA owns it).

It's an undoubtable loss for AMD in terms of HD7790 vs GTX 650 Ti Boost.

Well yeah I understand that gpu mining, at least nowadays is a case of diminishing returns especially with the first few ASIC miners coming out recently. But you could still re-coup some of the cost of the 7790 by mining a little with it. Also selling Bioshock for 30 quid or possibly more. Would it be a good purchase for someone looking to game on a budget, probably not when compared to slightly more expensive cards from both sides.
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Power consumption? You do realize what board you're on right? 7790 is a pos at 150. It needs to be 125. The 7770 should be 99.99

Yes I do, why? Are you saying no one on OCN is ever concerned with power consumption? I agree though, the 7790 is badly priced for the performance it delivers.
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I would be interested to see some 500 series cards in that chart too. I recall that when the 600 series dropped people complained that the 680 was slower than the 580 in some non-gaming benchmarks, I dont recall what ones. I guess the same may hold true all the way down the Kepler line.

Actually SP compute is slightly better, DP and complex calcs like F@H and rendering flat out suck unless you buy GTX 680/670 GK104 GPU.

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/GPU12/478


http://www.hardwareluxx.com/index.php/reviews/hardware/vgacards/21922-test-evga-geforce-gtx-650-ti-boost-superclocked.html?start=11



& it gets thrashed in Luxmark as all Keplers.

http://www.hardwareluxx.com/index.php/reviews/hardware/vgacards/21915-test-gigabyte-radeon-hd-7790.html?start=10




^ HD7790 is not good value.
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System 1: DHFR, Single Precision

OpenCL
GTX Titan: (Explicit 26.8 ns/day | Implicit 123.9 ns/day)
GTX680: (Explicit 18.7 ns/day | Implicit 92.4 ns/day)
HD7970: (Explicit 18.1 ns/day | Implicit 101.3 ns/day)
Tesla K20: (Explicit 18.1 ns/day | Implicit 84.5 ns/day)
GTX 660Ti: (Explicit 16.1 ns/day | Implicit 77.0 ns/day)
HD4000: (Explicit 3.2 ns/day | Implicit 18.0 ns/day)
i7-3770K: (Explicit 3.1 ns/day | Implicit 3.4 ns/day)
^ http://fahbench.com/
Edited by AlphaC - 3/28/13 at 9:22pm
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Hey does anyone have a good Afterburner tutorial for Nvidia cards? I'm going to try and overclock my MSI 650ti Boost, and I'm definitely a newbie when it comes to overclocking video cards.
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nevermind, nothing to see here . . move along.
Edited by looniam - 3/28/13 at 11:27pm
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You know what proves that the 650Ti Boost is a good card?

People are comparing it to the 7850 that's more expensive rather than the 7790 that has the same MSRPs as the 650Ti Boost (1GB vs. 1GB and 2GB vs. 2GB)
 
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Well yeah I understand that gpu mining, at least nowadays is a case of diminishing returns especially with the first few ASIC miners coming out recently. But you could still re-coup some of the cost of the 7790 by mining a little with it. Also selling Bioshock for 30 quid or possibly more. Would it be a good purchase for someone looking to game on a budget, probably not when compared to slightly more expensive cards from both sides.
Yes I do, why? Are you saying no one on OCN is ever concerned with power consumption? I agree though, the 7790 is badly priced for the performance it delivers.

Power consumption and performance do not dance well together
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Hey does anyone have a good Afterburner tutorial for Nvidia cards? I'm going to try and overclock my MSI 650ti Boost, and I'm definitely a newbie when it comes to overclocking video cards.

Max out target power
+100 core
+200 mem
Run valley benchmark and report results
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You know what proves that the 650Ti Boost is a good card?

People are comparing it to the 7850 that's more expensive rather than the 7790 that has the same MSRPs as the 650Ti Boost (1GB vs. 1GB and 2GB vs. 2GB)

Shhh... don't bring logic and rational thinking in here thumb.gif
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