Earlier we got a chance to look at the new NVIDIA GTX 650 Ti Boost and now we've got the card back again in the testbed where we take the time to overclock the new model to see just what kind of performance we're able to get out of it.
Because we've already had a look at the card in detail, we'll simply just be getting into the overclocking side of things. We'll be overclocking today via our faithful MSI Afterburner program.
We'll get straight into the overclocking side of things below and see just what kind of performance increase we managed to get when compared to the reference clock speeds. Once we've done that we'll move into our testbed, talk about the cards that you'll see in our graphs today and then get stuck straight into the performance side of things to see just what we are able to get out of the new video card from NVIDIA.
Out of the box the reference GTX 650 Ti Boost comes with a clock speed of 980MHz on the core and 6008MHz QDR on the 2GB of GDDR5 memory. Firing up MSI Afterburner we intend to find out just how much extra performance we're able to get.
Looking above you can see the core has been bumped from 980MHz to a very solid 1100MHz. As for the 2GB of GDDR5 that's been pushed from the default 6008MHz QDR to a strong 6772MHz QDR.
These are some nice gains and should bring strong increases in performance.