If there’s one thing NVIDIA cannot be accused of, it’s not giving its fans freedom of choice. More than any other GeForce generation in recent memory, the 600 series is truly packed to the gills with choice. We not only have proper steppings ranging from 610 up to 690, but sub-models in between, such as the “Ti” (Titanium) cards. One such card is the one we’re looking at here, the GeForce GTX 650 Ti. This is a card that seemed unlikely to come to fruition simply by the fact that NVIDIA’s line-up was already so full. After the GTX 660 launch, I felt confident that that would be it until the 700 series – but no. It’s clear that NVIDIA both likes to remain in the limelight, and make sure people get exactly the card they’re looking for at the price they can afford.
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