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ASUS GTX 650 Ti Boost DCII


The ASUS GeForce GTX 650 Ti DirectCU II is a surprising and powerful card. At less than 180 dollars which is very cheap and in a very nice sweet spot for most gamers on a budget. Add to this the fact that most gamers are a generation or two back and this card can easily blow away the flagship card from two generations back, so anyone looking for an upgrade would be well served with this card as an upgrade. 

The performance of this model is very good and its short size means that fitment in all but the smallest cases should not be an issue whatsoever.

The GPU Tweak app helps to unlock the full potential of the card quickly and easily with easy and intuitive interface.

Anyone looking to upgrade and looking to not break the bank should have no issue picking up one or even two of these cards for still less than the top end GTX 680 and getting commanding performance from their gaming rig!


Performance 9
Value 9
Quality 9.5
Features 9
Innovation 9
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Total 9
Pros Cons
  • Excellent overclocking
  • Solid build quality
  • SAP VRM Components
  • Very strong DirectCU II cooler
  • GPU Tweak software has many tuning options
  • Runs cool and quiet even under load
  • A lot of clock headroom left on the table (could have been clocked higher to match competitor)
Summary: The ASUS GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost DirectCU II offers an excellent upgrade path for users looking to breathe a little life into their gaming rig. For this it receives the Bjorn3D Golden Bear Award.

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One comment

  1. there’s 8,760 Hours in 1 year, multiply that be 10 and those Capacitors used by Asus should be good. But they give a 1 Year Warranty. So why pay premium price for such HQ Caps when the card will be in a crap heap (recycled into coffee table deco)

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