Inno3D GTX 650Ti â€“ The Beast of a Card hidden Within the Entry Level Gaming Platform -Â TPC The_Big_Viper
We just concluded the GTX 650 card review a few weeks back and now here is a follow up review for a card we thought was just the same or a bit higher than the GTX650, but this card can pull of pretty nasty surprises.Â The Inno3D GTX650ti is also a mid entry level gaming card targeted for those gamers who are also on a rather tight budget but can shell out additional pesos with a catch. Â Letâ€™s take an in-depth look of what the GTX650Ti has to offer us.
OUT OF THE BOX
The GTX 650ti from Inno3D came in a box with a very nice themed designed of a high powered machine but not the same as the GTX650 at the front. Very Similar to the 650 non TI you might even think itâ€™s a doppelganger of sorts.
At the back side it promotes itself able to drive the hottest titles such as Assasins Creed III, Borderlands 2, Planet Side 2, World of Warcraft, StarCraft II and Call of Duty as well Direct X 11 compatibility, PCI 3.0 Express interface and 1080p Playback Full HD Compliant.
Opening the box we find the package which contains the Graphics card as well as a DVI to VGA Connector, a 6pin VGA to 4pin Molex converter, the Driver CD and a small manual for Power Supply guidelines.
Once we got the card outside of the protective film we see that this looks like the iChill design on a Single Fan Concept and is very similar in design to the GTX 650ti except for some notable positioning of the NVidia logo.
The card is a bit small for its size, sporting a black PCB, the Metallic Titanium design is eye catchy and gives quite an aura of being a bad ass card to boot and uses only a 6pin as power source. It uses two slots and despite being small weighs hefty for its size and frame.
For connectivity it sports of a Dual DVI input and a mini HDMI input. Sadly only a DVI to VGA Connector is available in the package.