MSI GeForce GTX 650 Power Edition tested
Nvidia today launched two new GPUs: GeForce GTX 660 and GeForce GTX 650 ; launch was accompanied by a variety of video cards based on these GPUs from different manufacturers, available in versions based on the reference model as in versions with custom PCB and cooling and factory overclock, the latter category is the video card msi geforce GTX 650 Power Edition.
The video card MSI GeForce GTX 650 power edition is based on the Nvidia GPU GeForce GTX 650 “GK107″ and has 384 shader processors running at 1124MHz (6.2% overclock) and is equipped with 1GB of GDDR5 memory with 128-bit bus running at 1250MHz (5000MHz effective).
For this analysis of the drivers used Guru3D Nvidia GeForce GTX 306.23 and AMD Catalyst 12.4 WHQL (actually not specific, but comparing the figures of previous reviews, this version used in the Radeon HD 7750 and HD 7770 compared with the ). Without further ado, here are some of their test to have met in a graph:
We recommend you read the full review at Guru3D, but I do note that used a wide and confusing variety of Catalyst drivers dating from version 12.1 to version 12.8, factor hindering a direct comparison between the GPUs tested.
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