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Differences What are the advantages of each

Front view of Radeon HD 7790

Reasons to consider the
AMD Radeon HD 7790

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Higher effective memory clock speed 6,000 MHz vs 5,400 MHz More than 10% higher effective memory clock speed
Higher memory clock speed 1,500 MHz vs 1,350 MHz More than 10% higher memory clock speed
Slightly lower TDP 85W vs 110W Around 25% lower TDP
Front view of GeForce GTX 650 Ti

Reasons to consider the
Axigon GeForce GTX 650 Ti

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Slightly higher texture rate 64.4 GTexel/s vs 56 GTexel/s More than 15% higher texture rate
Slightly more texture mapping units 64 vs 56 8 more texture mapping units

Features Key features of the Radeon HD 7790  vs GeForce GTX 650 Ti 

memory bandwidth Rate at which data can be read from or stored in onboard memory

pixel rate Number of pixels a graphics card can render to the screen every second

Radeon HD 7790
16 GPixel/s
GeForce GTX 650 Ti
16.1 GPixel/s

texture rate Speed at which a graphics card can perform texture mapping

Radeon HD 7790
56 GTexel/s
GeForce GTX 650 Ti
64.4 GTexel/s

floating point performance How fast the gpu can crunch numbers

Radeon HD 7790
1,792 GFLOPS
GeForce GTX 650 Ti
1,545 GFLOPS

shading units Subcomponents of the gpu, these run in parallel to enable fast pixel shading

texture mapping units Built into each gpu, these resize and rotate bitmaps for texturing scenes

Reviews Word on the street

Radeon HD 7790  vs GeForce GTX 650 Ti 

9.3
9.1
The card features a custom-design dual-fan cooler and offers factory-overclocked speeds of 1075 MHz core and 6.40 GHz memory for a premium of just $10 over AMD's suggested reference design retail price of $149.
Radeon HD 7790

Specifications Full list of technical specs

gpu

Radeon HD 7790  vs
GeForce GTX 650 Ti 
GPU brand AMD Nvidia
GPU name Bonaire XT GK106
Market Desktop Desktop
Clock speed 1,000 MHz 1,006 MHz
Is dual GPU No No
Reference card None Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 Ti 928 MHz 1 GB

raw performance

Shading units 896 768
Texture mapping units 56 64
Render output processors 16 16
Pixel rate 16 GPixel/s 16.1 GPixel/s
Texture rate 56 GTexel/s 64.4 GTexel/s
Floating-point performance 1,792 GFLOPS 1,545 GFLOPS

memory

Radeon HD 7790  vs
GeForce GTX 650 Ti 
Memory clock speed 1,500 MHz 1,350 MHz
Effective memory clock speed 6,000 MHz 5,400 MHz
Memory bus 128 bit 128 bit
Memory 1,024 MB 1,024 MB
Memory type GDDR5 GDDR5
Memory bandwidth 96 GB/s 86.4 GB/s

noise and power

TDP 85W 110W

Comments

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Is there much difference in graphical performance between those two.which is more fast and which is reliable
current benchmarks show the 7790/r7 260X is better value than 650ti http://www.pcgameshardware.de/AMD-Radeon-Grafikkarte-255597/Tests/Test-der-Radeon-HD-7790-Effizienzmeister-dank-neuem-Graphics-Core-Next-Bonaire-Jetzt-mit-Video-1061427/
so much text of wall but never mind. since 7000 series, everything runs perfectly fine for me
7790 much win... has more better value that gtx 650 ti..
I have them both, 7790 is much better
And of you course you leave no links to any credible info........ You could have just said "yes I'm blowing it out my ass" instead of wasting all that time. If AMD was really sabotaging older cards people would be up in arms over it. But they aren't because you're full of it......
Oh how the fanboys love to resort to insults. Insults are the last resort for men with no brain cells. As for my 5850, Like I typed before that you apparently chose to look over, My 5850 played perfect with the older drivers, Perfect no problems no artifacts nothing. It would only do it with the new drivers, But then when I uninstalled the new driver and re-installed the old driver it would perform perfect again, This is a obvious software issue, Many others have reported this issue, also with the 4000 series too. Many AMD cards also have different bios versions, Even though they are the same card, Some 5000 series and 4000 series do not have this issue, Because not all of them have the same bios, As with the reference models, some models are different, Example some reference models have different bios versions, Like the 5850 with bios version 012.011.000.006.034528, this card does not have the artifact issue, But the reference 5850 with the bios version 012.014.000.003.034623 like mine, does have the issue, So this also rings true depending on a 5830's bios as well. I tried to give AMD the benefit of the doubt before I sold my 5850, But they never addressed the issue or tried to solve it. This is what I meant by them not wanting to help, And instead it seems they just want you to buy a new card, I also informed the buyer of my 5850 who was ironically a police officer about the card's issue with newer drivers, He was not bothered by this since he had Windows 7 anyway, And offered me $40 bucks, And he uses my old 5850 for gaming and has been enjoying it. The 5830,5850,5870 are still excellent cards , This is why this issue is such a shame!
I'm using a 5830 and the newest drivers and never have artifacts or any other issues. Don't blame AMD for an issue with your card...... I'd love for you to show me a link with some credible info about AMD sabotaging older cards with rigged drivers... or are you just blowing that out your ass??
650Ti Defiantly! Text rate and text map rate is were a card shines. You are going to get better performance in most games with faster text speed. Not only that but nvidia products always run smoother, And Nvidia does much better with drivers. Also 2-3 years down the road, AMD will purposely make new drivers causing older cards to artifact like my old 5850. Making the consumer think they need a new card. Yet all older drivers work perfect with the older 5850. The newer drivers all make it artifact. So upgrading to windows 8.1 means you can't use a older AMD card because of the artifact rigged drivers. Just a warning to anyone buying a new AMD card, If you plan to keep it awhile.
650 ti ftw
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