|Series||GeForce GTX 600 SuperClocked|
|Interface||PCI Express 3.0|
|GPU Series||NVIDIA GeForce GTX 600 Series|
|GPU||GeForce GTX 650 Ti BOOST|
|Effective Memory Clock||6008MHz|
|HDMI||1 x HDMI|
|DisplayPort||1 x DisplayPort|
|DVI||2 x DVI|
|3D VISION Game Ready||Yes|
|SLI Support||SLI Ready|
|System Requirements||450W Power Supply|
|Dual-Link DVI Supported||Yes|
|Features||NVIDIA SMX Engine
NVIDIA GPU Boost
NVIDIA Adaptive Vertical Sync
NVIDIA Surround Technology
NVIDIA PhysX Technology
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||9.5" x 4.37"|
|Slot Width||Dual Slot|
This EVGA NVidia Geforce GTX 650 Ti Boost of mine works excellent. It is not one of the most powerful graphics cards of its time but it is suitable for getting the job done. I have not tested it with modern games; don't know if I will because I only play the olden games from 20+ years ago whenever I do play computer games. My main reason for this graphics card was to get a GPU suitable for working along with my AMD Ryzen 3 1200 main processor. It does an excellent job as far as I can see, since there is no lag that is due to poorly performing hardware caused by a poor choice of components.
Pros: Very solid card, much faster than my old one. It's quieter, and much cooler.
Cons: Didn't notice as large of a jump in FPS as I was expecting to see. I'm running a Core 2 Duo cpu so I'm attributing the lack of improvement primarily on the cpu bottleneck.