Now before you cringe at the sight of a mainstream chassis you should know that this tiny gem sports some really cool features like allowances for watercooling, MicroATX motherboards, seven storage drives and long video cards like the AMD Radeon HD 7990.
In this review we will be looking at the new GTX 650Ti Boost from Gigabyte. The card comes with many performance friendly features such as Kepler GPU Boost, 2GB of video ram, faster memory bus and support for two way SLI. The real question is, will the upgraded GTX 650 Ti Boost get an enthusiast seal of approval?
If you look at the GTX 650Ti Boost product offerings you have two basic choices. You can either go with a reference designed card as released by NVidia or select one of the hot-clocked editions like the MSI N650Ti Boost. Of course the second of these promises higher performance with a great price point for gamers.
We actually really liked using the Cooler Master Seidon 120 XL, the system installed extremely well and didn't require 10 steps to assemble the mounting hardware. In fact, the hardware is so easy to use you can reconfigure the cooler from Intel to AMD in a matter of minutes which cannot be said for many of the competing products.