NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost - The New & Improved Mid-Range Kepler

Crysis Warhead & Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Results

Crysis Warhead Results

For our first gaming benchmark we'll be using DX10 game Crysis Warhead. While it's getting a bit old, it does feature a fairly heavy amount of tessellation, which is quite taxing on a GPU.

The GTX 650 Ti Boost continued to outperform the ASUS Radeon HD 7790, averaging between 15-20% higher FPS across all settings. Against the GTX 660, the 650 Ti Boost trailed by about 5-8%.



Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Results

On Battlefield: Bad Company 2, the 650 Ti Boost again performed only slightly under the GTX 660, while outscoring the HD 7790 by around 6-10%.


The Good
Close to GTX 660 performance
Great value
The Bad
Average overclocking potential
Reference design is bigger than the original GTX 650 Ti

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