NVIDIA GTX 650 Ti 2GB Boost

Discussion in 'Graphics' started by miks26, Apr 1, 2013.

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which graphics card manufacturer is recommended for GTX 650 Ti 2GB Boost ?

  1. Asus

    13.4%
  2. EVGA

    43.3%
  3. Gigabyte

    29.9%
  4. MSI

    9.0%
  5. Palit

    5.2%
  6. Zotac

    6.0%
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  1. miks26

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    Apr 1, 2013 #1
    miks26

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    Hello everyone,

    I'm going to buy a new graphic card for my hackintosh and i would like to know if the new NVIDIA GTX 650 Ti 2GB Boost will work out of the box with the update 10.8.3 ?

    http://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop/geforce-gtx-650ti-boost

    I like this card for the price and because it has One Dual Link DVI-I, One Dual Link DVI-D, One HDMI, One DisplayPort.

    and if this card work out of the box with the CUDA update, how does the HDMI audio work ? do I need something special to do or it will work out of the box too ?

    Thanks for your help and i hope you will understanding me.

    Michael
     
  2. joagt

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    Apr 1, 2013 #2
    joagt

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    Im pretty sure you need to use a dsdt to get audio from hdmi port, audio on my 660 ti doesnt works oob
     
  3. ipodman9

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    ipodman9

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    when asking a question you should have a way to know your specs (mine are in my signature most people do that)
    but to answer your question i don't know i use the 660 ti but if its built in to the card of the nvidia driver then yes but if its part of a special windows driver then no
    i don't use hdmi and I'm not using the hdmi audio fix but this is the form for it - http://www.tonymacx86.com/276-inside-multibeast-audio-hdmi-audio.html
    also its in the rules that you should to look before you ask so as not to fill the forums with redundant questions just saying
     
  4. miks26

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    Apr 2, 2013 #4
    miks26

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    ok, so all your port on your graphic card work out of the box ?


    sorry, i thought my spec on the side was enough. well i'll add on my signature too.

    but this card is like a boost of previous GTX 650 Ti and this card is fully compatible natively ?

    Do you suggest me a brand in particular ? Gigabyte.. EVGA... Asus... MSI... etc ?
    I prefer the Gigabyte model because their two fan but i don't know anything.

    Thanks for helping me and sorry for my english, i try to do my best because i'm french.

    Have a great day.

    Michael
     
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    I suggest the Gigabyte because of the design and cooling!
     
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    miks26

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    Thanks ! :) it help a lot !!

    i will get GTX 650 Ti Boost Gigabyte, i hope it will work out of box :)
     
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    i dont know about the one on the 650 ti but the one on my gigabyte 660 ti looks flimsy and cheep but because of the card not working right i don't know about the cooling being good or not but the other cards look like they have better ones
     
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    also i have only the back case fan running what about you? because our board only has one fan header
     
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