Note: The below specifications represent this GPU as incorporated into NVIDIA's reference graphics card design. Graphics card specifications may vary by Add-in-card manufacturer. Please refer to the Add-in-card manufacturers' website for actual shipping specifications.
GPU Engine Specs:
928 MHzBase Clock
59.2Texture Fill Rate (billion/sec)
5.4 GbpsMemory Clock
1024 MBStandard Memory Config
128-bitMemory Interface Width
86.4Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec)
PhysX, TXAAImportant Technologies
3D Vision, CUDA, DirectX 11, Adaptive VSync, FXAA, NVIDIA SurroundOther Supported Technologies
PCI Express 3.0Bus Support1
YesCertified for Windows 8
Yes3D Vision Ready
4 DisplaysMulti Monitor
4096x2160Maximum Digital Resolution2
2048x1536Maximum VGA Resolution
One Dual Link DVI-I, One Dual Link DVI-D, One Mini HDMIStandard Display Connectors
InternalAudio Input for HDMI
Standard Graphics Card Dimensions:
Thermal and Power Specs:
105 CMaximum GPU Temperature (in C)
110 WMaximum Graphics Card Power (W)
400 WMinimum System Power Requirement (W)4
One 6-pinSupplementary Power Connectors
3D Vision Ready
1 - GeForce GTX 650 Ti supports PCI Express 3.0. The Intel X79/SNB-E PCI Express 2.0 platform is only currently supported up to 5GT/s (PCIE 2.0) bus speeds even though some motherboard manufacturers have enabled higher 8GT/s speeds.
2 - 3840x2160 at 30Hz or 4096x2160 at 24Hz supported over HDMI.
3 - Support for HDMI including GPU accelerated Blu-ray 3D support (Blu-ray 3D playback requires the purchase of a compatible software player from CyberLink, ArcSoft, Corel, or Sonic), x.v.Color, HDMI Deep Color, and 7.1 digital surround sound will be added in a Release 260 driver. Upgrade your GPU to full 3D capability with NVIDIA 3DTV Play software, enabling 3D gaming, picture viewing and 3D web video streaming. See www.nvidia.com/3dtv for more details.
4 - Not applicable to OEM or System Builder configurations - contact system manufacturer for more details. Minimum PSU requirements are based on estimated total system power. Lower power configurations are possible using lower total power system configurations (CPU, Storage, Memory).