Gigabyte GTX650Ti Boost SLI Review
Recently we reviewed the GTX650Ti Boost, the latest mid-range graphics card from nVidia. We found it to be exactly what you'd hope to find from a GPU costing around the £140 mark. It had decent, if unspectacular, performance.
However, as we know that many of you are on a tight budget and/or looking to get the maximum performance for the minimum outlay, then we wanted to take a look at the GXT650Ti Boost in SLI.
The 'two cheap cards in multi-GPU' arrangement has often produced some excellent results. So if you already have a GTX650Ti Boost and wondered how an additional one would, ahem, boost your performance, then read on. Today we're looking at the Gigabyte GTX650Ti Boost, with their Windforce cooler.
As always with nVidia products the Gigabyte matches the reference card in all the major areas, with the biggest change being the introduction of their own Windforce cooler in the hope of reducing noise and temperatures.
|Chipset||GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost|
|Memory Clock||6008 MHz|
|Process Technology||28 nm|
|Memory Bus||192 bit|
|Core Clock||Base clock: 1032 MHz|
Boost clock: 1098 MHz
(standard Base clock: 980 MHz Boost clock: 1046 MHz)
|Card Bus||PCI-E 3.0|
|Digital max resolution||2560 x 1600|
|Analog max resolution||2048 x 1536|
|Card size||H= 42mm, L=256.3 mm, W=131 mm|