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post #51 of 60
Don't think it's faster than the 7850 anymore, those charts I bet are 6months older or more.
The 650ti is about like a 560ti/gtx470, the only somewhat newer benches you'll find are from KaRLiToS: here's what the 560ti and 470 do on Valley according to hid graph: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Not to mention these are unbiased results from the community, it's a benchmark tool but it doesn't just slam your gpus with crap. I'd say Valley is about the equivalence of FarCry3 maxed out.

Have to take into consideration the 10% restocking fee at newegg for returning non-defective products.
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post #52 of 60
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Originally Posted by MikeMike86 View Post

Don't think it's faster than the 7850 anymore, those charts I bet are 6months older or more.
The 650ti is about like a 560ti/gtx470, the only somewhat newer benches you'll find are from KaRLiToS: here's what the 560ti and 470 do on Valley according to hid graph: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Not to mention these are unbiased results from the community, it's a benchmark tool but it doesn't just slam your gpus with crap. I'd say Valley is about the equivalence of FarCry3 maxed out.

Have to take into consideration the 10% restocking fee at newegg for returning non-defective products.

The boost is pretty equal to the 570 and stop making excuses. The boost just came out and it beats the 7850
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Anyhow, hardware wise the 7850 is superior: 650ti vs 7850
the 570 is even more superior: 650ti vs 570

I only found 1 review for the 1gb's with very similar clocks, yet old still showing more accurate results:
http://www.legitreviews.com/article/2052/2/
3dmark11 even shows with the 650ti overclocked to 1157core and 5616mem (which is much higher than your boost 650ti model) only hit P5702. (It's all the same architecture newer or not)
The 7850 at 860core and 4800mem hit P5731

You can't compare the 2gb model since that's not what this is, you're also comparing apples to oranges even in the 2gb version because we're dealing with basically a ghz or factory overclocked version of the 650ti vs a 7850 running 860-925core.
The same goes with the gtx570, comparing factory overclocked/manually overclocked to a bone stock card doesn't make sense.

The only way to be fair would to overclock a 7850 to the same clocks (which it should do easily), then compare the two. Which is basically what's done with Karlitos' work, people overclock their cards, submit results and he puts the work into making the graphs.

I still stick with my original conclusion that this card goes back and fourth with the 560ti, I don't even think the 2gb version is on par with the gtx570 (HwCompare Link) unless Nvidia is starting to nerf their old cards so people buy newer ones, which I highly doubt.
Hardware wise the 570 is a good chunk more superior.
TechPowerUp even show's the 660ti as being faster than the 7950 and we all know that's not right anymore either.

Don't hate on me for posting the facts. It's still a great card especially for the money regardless.
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TI BOOST guys. BOOST. not regular TI. You know there's regular GTX then GTX TI, this is GTX TI BOOST.
The SLI charts I posted in first page are fromApr 3rd, 2013

650 TI BOOST has 24 ROPs vs regular 650 ti having 16 ROPS and it has 192 bit memory bus NOT 128. Boost is a lot faster than normal 650 ti



7850's only appeal is the game bundle, nothing else. The charts reflect 650 TI BOOST 2GB.



PS: You may overclock 7850 better, thou you can get 7850 2GB cheap as $185, There's a GHZ overclocked version of 650 ti boost from EVGA for $170 after rebate. You can read here http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/EVGA/GTX_650_Ti_Boost_SC/26.html
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Who cares if they have a $170 2gb version, the 1gb version will perform JUST as well at 1080P for $115 after rebate! Nvidia pulled the rug out from under AMD here.

Just cancelled my 7870XT order. Yeah it's better, but not $100 better...
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Quote:
Originally Posted by kaivorth View Post

Who cares if they have a $170 2gb version, the 1gb version will perform JUST as well at 1080P for $115 after rebate! Nvidia pulled the rug out from under AMD here.

Just cancelled my 7870XT order. Yeah it's better, but not $100 better...

Lol, you should. That means, that 2gb card is still cheaper than the cheapest 7850 2GB. The only defense that 7850 has is the game bundle, not the performance.

The 650 TI Boost 1GB is THE CARD for anyone who's not big on AntiAliasing and above 1080p. Before this card, 6850 was still the best performance/price card. Then they lowered 7790 prices. But now, 650 TI boost is the best performance/price card. That EVGA 650 TI BOOST 2gb SUPERCLOCKED is a killer card for $170.
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How much does the 7850 overclocks? It seems like some of you are taking nothing but stock clocks into consideration....
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It's already more expensive than gtx 650 ti boost. Why would you buy a more expensive but slightly slower card and overclock it to match a cheaper card ? In some games, like anno and hitman, 7850 and overclocked evga 650 ti boost are head to head but again in some games, evga is head to head with 7870 biggrin.gif Some reviews don't even include 7850 because the card is supposed to battle with 7790 biggrin.gif
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650ti boost is nice card for the price for sure. I just don't like 1gb vram because I use window mode to do multi task and 1gb vram just doesn't feel comfortable for me.
If you have single 1080 monitor, 650ti would be very wise choice.
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My bad didn't realize the Ti Boost had different setup with a higher rop.
Either way nothing beat it at that price no argument there, I did some research after finding my ignorance and compiled a video of two videos from youtube for anyone who was interested.

I didn't post it publicly since it was made from eurogamer's video reviews, used my game capture since I didn't have anything but the Nero demo. Click to see small youtube screen. (Click to show)
7850 vs 650ti Boost for higher resolutions up to 720p low bitrate video.
They have vertical sync on at 60fps but it's the only 1gb version I could find, I could still see the 1gb gimping behind a bit in some of the more graphically intense games but none the less it would perform good enough for some of the eye candy.

ATI just has that terrible stigmata since they came out first and Nvidia clocked their cards to beat them once they saw what they had, I'm pretty sure that's why ATI is playing it smart this year and waiting it out instead of jumping the gun. (Side note: most earlier reviews on cruddy drivers were clocked at around 850core.)
We won't know till they play their cards though, I like to see the underdog win, the competition keeps the prices down.

People need to bench this card once they get it so Karlitos can possibly add it to his list, I'd personally like to see what it does overclocked on Valley. I almost bought one since it has an HDMI out to replace my 9800gtx+ in my backup/home theater pc.

None the less, the deals dead.
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