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Owners of the bargain deal of the year unite! My GTX650s arrived a day early, been enjoying them for the past few hours. This benchmark is not for the superclocked edition, its all I could find. http://www.legitreviews.com/article/2161/2/

A single standard edition ( not the superclocked ) runs Bf3 on ultra in 1920 res at almost 56 fps.

http://www.legitreviews.com/article/2161/2/

GTX660 standard 2gb
Batman Arkham City Benchmarks
Overclocked from stock 993 to 1093, no memory boost, overvoltage 1050, kboost off

1920 res/no physx high/Anti Aliasing 32x nvidia/Tess Normal/everything else maxed

Low-3
Highest-68
Average-46
Running hot into the mid 70s and climbing even with EXCELLENT cooling in my case. Often climbing to upper 70s and reached 80 before I got scared and shut it off.

SLI GTX660

Low-12
Highest-132
Average-91

( Arkham City is a broken game, yet I can still manage well beyond 200FPS with Anti Aliasing Off, Tess Normal and No Physx )

Same setup but with the new GTX 650 Superclocked TI Boost runs MUCHHHH cooler and is right on the standard GTX660s butt. Its only a few FPS slower but I want to run the tests a few more times to make sure and confirm the numbers. The TI version of the GTX660 is definitely much better than the GTX650 TI Superclocked Boost, and the normal GTX660.

i7 960
12gb ram
x58
SLI EVGA GTX650 TI Superclocked Boost Edition 2GB
50 inch monitor
Aune T1 USB DAC / Bottlehead Crack and Fiio E12 Amp / Grado PS500 and Clear Tunes Custom CT200
Edited by Portal - 4/2/13 at 2:25pm
post #2 of 92
Still don't know if I am going to buy my little brother this or a a 660. Will definitely join if I get the boost though. It will be going into the second rig in my sig.
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I just returned a pair of GTX660s because this GTX650 Superclock was cheaper and performed so close to the standard 660 that it was almost undiscernable. It is even closer when running them in SLI, but I will give some benchmarks soon with a video on youtube.
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I was set on the 650 Ti boost. But I was on newegg.com today and noticed I could get an EVGA Superclocked 660 for $199.99 free shipping. The 650 Ti Boost EVGA Superclocked model is $179.99 plus shipping so for less than $15 I can get him a 660.

Also the 660 has a $10 rebate which i never take into consideration myself but if I did it would be a no brainer decision.
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post #5 of 92
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Originally Posted by Shev7chenko View Post

I was set on the 650 Ti boost. But I was on newegg.com today and noticed I could get an EVGA Superclocked 660 for $199.99 free shipping. The 650 Ti Boost EVGA Superclocked model is $179.99 plus shipping so for less than $15 I can get him a 660.

Also the 660 has a $10 rebate which i never take into consideration myself but if I did it would be a no brainer decision.


http://www.hardwareluxx.com/index.php/reviews/hardware/vgacards/21922-test-evga-geforce-gtx-650-ti-boost-superclocked.html?start=17

single card benchmarks are excellent, in sli they will destroy the GTX680 and be cheaper, the GTX660 would be slightly better, less than a few % IMO
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Originally Posted by Shev7chenko View Post

I was set on the 650 Ti boost. But I was on newegg.com today and noticed I could get an EVGA Superclocked 660 for $199.99 free shipping. The 650 Ti Boost EVGA Superclocked model is $179.99 plus shipping so for less than $15 I can get him a 660.

Also the 660 has a $10 rebate which i never take into consideration myself but if I did it would be a no brainer decision.


http://www.hardwareluxx.com/index.php/reviews/hardware/vgacards/21922-test-evga-geforce-gtx-650-ti-boost-superclocked.html?start=17

single card benchmarks are excellent, in sli they will destroy the GTX680 and be cheaper, the GTX660 would be slightly better, less than a few % IMO
post #7 of 92
long time lurker of the forums smile.gif. but i recently got 2 of the evga gtx 650 ti SC boost's 2gb models and they are running very nice with no issues and havent seen them reach above 75c on full load on any of the games ive played so far. d3/marvel heroes/loadout ect. so count me in the club. i will try and post some pics/list my specs later today smile.gif
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The 650 Ti is the new 9800GT for the price/performance ratio. Fantastic card. I personally don't have one and was going to get it. But, I got in on a good sale couple weeks ago at the egg for my new Evga Superclocked GTX 660. $189.99 shipped with $10 rebate dropping it down to $179.99. Sent in my rebate and it has been processed/approved. I paid more for my Evga Superclocked GTX 560 when purchased shortly after they came out.
post #9 of 92
Got around to snapping a pic of my cards smile.gif and I was in the middle of re-routing some of the fan cables after the pic was taken but here they are for now.
post #10 of 92
Not a boost model, but its a 650 ti superclocked 2gb =)
I didn't see a non-boost owners thread =(

https://fbcdn-sphotos-g-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/397949_10151493368133557_250535677_n.jpg
https://fbcdn-sphotos-a-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-frc3/431800_10151499737393557_488533206_n.jpg

but I love this card, maxes out all my games on ultra (1680x1050 res) and was a great boost to my old 775 system =)
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