Gigabyte GTX650Ti Boost SLI Review

Resident Evil 5 - DX10

Gigabyte GTX650Ti Boost SLI Review

Resident Evil 5 - DX10

The solo Gigabyte card is still just a shade better than the reference model. The SLI is where it shines though, capable of matching the GTX Titan. Of course Resident Evil 5 isn't exactly demanding, but it's still nice to get some great results from a relatively affordable arrangement.

 

 

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20-05-2013, 13:10:42

alienware
Ooooo you sexy dancer

Nice one man, I love a bit of SLI me Quote

20-05-2013, 17:27:47

murphy7801
1 big card always is better.Quote

20-05-2013, 17:45:09

Permafrost
nice dude a good read, I love when 2 cheap card give a £300+ card a kicking, any chance of a HD 7870 Tahiti LE crossfire?Quote

20-05-2013, 19:42:09

alienware
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Originally Posted by I don't Know View Post
nice dude a good read, I love when 2 cheap card give a £300+ card a kicking, any chance of a HD 7870 Tahiti LE crossfire?
No point in doing 7870 LE CFX as it doesn't work properly and so the results won't be worth the charts they're displayed on tbh.

It's a shame that a pair of Boosts cost so much. The last few cheeky SLI systems to have worked out much cheaper than their big single card counterpart but Nvidia have been upping prices of lower model cards and have ruined the fun a bit.

Shame Quote

20-05-2013, 19:44:43

Permafrost
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
No point in doing 7870 LE CFX as it doesn't work properly and so the results won't be worth the charts they're displayed on tbh.

It's a shame that a pair of Boosts cost so much. The last few cheeky SLI systems to have worked out much cheaper than their big single card counterpart but Nvidia have been upping prices of lower model cards and have ruined the fun a bit.

Shame
how do you know CFX as it doesn't work properly Quote
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