Nvidia completes it’s current generation family with the GTX 650

Nvidia has recently released the final member of their Keplar family with the GTX 650.  With 384 Cuda cores, 1gig of GDDR5 ram, DirectX 11 support and a starting price of around $130, this is the perfect entry level gaming graphics card.

If you’re wondering if this card can handle current games, well EVGA has your answer as they are currently throwing in a free copy of Assassin’s Creed 3 with select GTX 550 Ti SSC Graphics cards.

 

Here is a quick rundown of what the current generation of Nvidia cards has to offer.

Specifications GeForce GTX 690 GeForce GTX 680 GeForce GTX 670 GeForce GTX 660 Ti GeForce GTX 660 GeForce GTX 650
Chip 2 x GK104 GK104 GK104 GK104 GK106 GK107
CUDA Cores 3072 1536 1344 1344 960 384
Base Clock 915 MHz 1006 MHz 915 MHz 915 MHz 980 MHz 1058 MHz
Boost Clock 1019 MHz 1058 MHz 980 MHz 980 MHz 1033 MHz N/A
Memory Configuration 4 GB 2 GB 2 GB 2 GB 2 GB 1 GB
Memory Speed 6.0 Gbps 6.0 Gbps 6.0 Gbps 6.0 Gbps 6.0 Gbps 5.0 Gbps
Memory Bandwidth 384 GB/s 192 GB/s 192 GB/s 144 GB/s 144 GB/s 80 GB/s
Power Connectors 2 x 8-pin 2 x 6-pin 2 x 6-pin 2 x 6-pin 6-pin 6-pin
Outputs 2 x DL-DVI-I
1 x DL-DVI-D
Mini-DP
1 x DL-DVI-I
1 x DL-DVI-D
1 x HDMI
Mini-DP
1 x DL-DVI-I
1 x DL-DVI-D
1 x HDMI
Mini-DP
1 x DL-DVI-I
1 x DL-DVI-D
1 x HDMI
Mini-DP
1 x DL-DVI-I
1 x DL-DVI-D
1 x HDMI
Mini-DP
1 x DL-DVI-I
1 x DL-DVI-D
1 x HDMI
TDP 300 W 195 W 170 W 150 W 150 W 64 W
SLI Options Quad 3-way 3-way 3-way 2-way N/A
Price $999 $499 $399 $299 $229 $109