Next week NVIDIA is anticipated to introduce the GeForce GTX 650 Ti, but today VideoCardz already offers a photo and the specifications of the ASUS GeForce GTX 650 Ti. This model has the ASUS "Dual Fan" cooling solution, it offers a 928MHz core, no boost clock, and 1GB GDDR5 clocked at 5400MHz.
The card offers two DVI outputs, one VGA output and one HDMI output. Pricing is said to be around $149, and the launch date is October 9th.
Probably the most disappointing fact is that it features only 1GB memory capacity (considering GT640 with 4GB, that’s rather low). My data does not say if the GTX 650 Ti utilizes GK106 GPU, but if it doesn’t — I would be surprised. Anyway, what is true is that the card has 576 CUDA cores. From the specs leaked by ArabPC, there is one difference. The GPU clock is actually lower, it’s 928 MHz. The memory clock is 1350 MHz (5400 MHz effective) and as mentioned in earlier post, there is no Boost clock. Unfortunately, also the 128-bit memory interface is real, so GTX 650 Ti was most likely designed for lower resolution monitors.