nVidia GTX650Ti Boost Review

Far Cry 3 and Hitman Absolution

nVidia GTX650Ti Boost Review

Far Cry 3

The first of our titles that stretches the DirectX 11, the GTX650Ti Boost proves an admirable performer. Admittedly the lowest frame-rate of the few cards we've tested, but it's surprisingly close to the HD7870 which is further along the Radeon chain than nVidia are targeting it.

Hitman Absolution

Agent 47 provides us with a similar story to that of Jason Brody. Not the highest frame-rate we've seen, but all the other cards we've tested are vastly more expensive, and the GTX650Ti Boost certainly isn't disgraced.


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Most Recent Comments

26-03-2013, 09:29:52

Sweet little card. It's about time Nvidia did something about the 7850.

Interesting to see it has a SLI finger too, would love to see these tested in SLI.

Thanks for the review Tom.

Edit. Just had a look around and this card is being soooo well received.

Awards everywhere, left right and center.

I'm glad tbh. It's very rare for Nvidia to offer any value with low end cards. They're usually stupid little woefully underpowered wastes of space.Quote

26-03-2013, 11:55:57

Yay! A TTL video review. I was having withdrawal symptoms ;-)

Great review as always!

26-03-2013, 19:07:09

my mate is wanting a new pc for cheap, this gpu should be just right for him. thanks for the great review Quote

26-03-2013, 20:36:09

The 7790 is faster, been looking around and it wins more than 75% of the time for cheaper.

Hopefully when tom reviews the 7790 we can see more benchmarks to prove other websites right or wrong.Quote

27-03-2013, 03:07:38

I find it hard to justify this card unless your on a really tight budget and don't want to spend the extra on a GTX 660 which can be had for £20 more if you shop around. Ebuyer are selling a KFA2 GTX 660 for £149 with free delivery at the moment which would put me off. The pricing is too close to the GTX 660 for my liking. Just my opinion though.
Nice review though Tom Quote

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