TechSpot: Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 Ti Review

It's been over six months since Nvidia launched its Kepler architecture and we've finally seen the GTX 600 series enter more affordable price brackets, delivering a greater value every step of the way. In August, the company shipped its GK104-based GeForce GTX 660 Ti for $300, which was about 13% slower than the $400 GTX 670 while being roughly 33% cheaper -- an unmatched performance-to- price ratio at the time.

We watched a rerun of that episode only a few short weeks later when Nvidia elbowed its way into the sub-$300 market. The company's GK106-based GTX 660 launched at $230, landing right between AMD's mid-range offerings. In addition to being only 14% slower and 23% cheaper than the GTX 660 Ti, the GTX 660 offered more value than the Radeon HD 7870 while matching the 7850's price-to-performance ratio.

Having attacked the mid-range and upper-end markets, Nvidia has its sights set on the sub-$200 range, unleashing its GTX 650 Ti. At $150, the new arrival is roughly 34% cheaper than last month's GTX 660 and about 7% pricier than the Radeon HD 7770, which fetches around $140 depending on features and rebates.

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