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[BUYER BEWARE] Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 Ti 2GB 384Bit DDR3 PCI-E - $69.59

millerbrad 138 April 24, 2014 at 07:58 AM in Computers (4) More eBay Deals
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Last Edited by millerbrad April 24, 2014 at 11:42 AM
EDIT 2: BASED ON INFO PRESENTED IN THIS THREAD, PRODUCT IS ALMOST CERTAINLY A FAKE. BEWARE!

Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 Ti 2GB 384Bit DDR3 PCI-E

Through Y'allstore on eBay.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-2GB-3...0878031913

Did see one at least one sale of this commented on in seller's feedback. Apparently it was legit and it's a generic/reference board (?)

EDIT: Be aware that this auction seems a bit suspect, since the specs don't match what a GTX 650 Ti should have. Or maybe it's a newly developed cheaper version with lower quality components.

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#16
Does anyone else notice the fans are in the wrong direction? I thought about getting the card but I can only find it in one other place on ebay and no reviews.
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#17
I found a couple by searching "2GB 384Bit DDR3 PCI-E for NVIDIA GeForce GTX650 GK106" on eBay. Some from the US, others from China.

There's also this listing from "Super Store Market" that I can't find any info on: http://www.superstoremarket.com/g...-card.html
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Quote from millerbrad View Post :
"Here's your $15 coupon."

Got it last night.
tthanls. no luck though Frown
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#19
Seems a little too sketchy for me, I'd rather spring for the extra 20-30 and buy one of those AMD bundles with games they have they yo could resell.
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#20
Seems to be the same card, listed as being from "Shenzhen XinKangXing Technology Co., Ltd"

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...4B41GP9705

More images there, but unfortunately no details. This is quite a mysterious card...
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#21
If you look at the pics of the card it does say 650TI 2GB and 384bit.
Doing a google search of the model doesn't bring up anything.....
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#22
This seems really really sketchy--the GTX 650 Ti doesn't come in 384-bit memory width, but even more damning is this listing: http://www.aliexpress.com/item/2G...79400.html

Same stock images, but there's no way a GTX 770 can be powered by a single 6-pin power plug.
Now, they did provide a screenshot from GPU-Z, but those can be modified with some BIOS flashing.

Plenty of reports of fakes from China: http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1441790

Fake of a very similar design: http://www.tomshardware.com/answe...-info.html
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#23
Its not going to be 384 Bit, that does not exist on a 650, 640 etc...
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#24
Ebay says 650 which makes a lot more sense
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#25
many mistakes in the product description. 384bit memory interface and gk106 core? no that's not possible. Even for high end gk104 (used in GTX 680) it is 256bit. only gk110 (used in Titan) has 384-bit memory interface.

really can't trust this seller given the obvious mistakes in the listing.
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#26
The thing is fake. Do not buy.
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#27
Quote from lessmeat View Post :
The thing is fake. Do not buy.
Agreed. OP & title updated to reflect this.

As a side note... I wonder which GPU this really is... It's a shame you can't contact past buyers on eBay to figure it out.
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#28
Never heard of a 650 having DDR3. I would definitely pass on this one.
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#29
I found some more info:

easy-taobao.com/taobao/view/id/20820411598

It's being passed of as GTX 660 TI sometimes. There's even:

a GPU-Z screenshot [taobaocdn.com]

and an NVIDIA Inspector screenshot. [onliner.by]

Here's a discussion about it: http://www.tomshardware.com/answe...-info.html

According to there, it's most likely a much older GTX 8800, which gets 784 on PassMark [videocardbenchmark.net], much lower than the recent $35 Radeon HD 6670 which gets 1K+.

In here [tomshardware.com], the fake cards don't work with NVIDIA drivers, just the driver that comes in the DVD.

Please add to the topic that this is most likely an older card that costs less than half of $70, possibly $10-20, so nobody should buy it really.
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#30
Do not buy anything from yallstore. Yallstore was the seller on rakuten selling fake xbox 360 controllers listed as official Microsoft ones.
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