GTX 570 vs GTX 650Ti - Battle of the Bandwidths
I have good two very interesting GPUs at hand:
-Gainward GeForce GTX 570 1280MB GK106 PCIe 2.0x16
-Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 TI 1024MB GF110 PCIe 3.0x16
In terms of pure performance, the GTX570 beats the GTX650Ti clearly, but the GTX650Ti do has one big advantage:
More Bandwidth! Because of PCIe3.0 it doubles the bandwidth of the GTX570. This rises questions:
1) Will the double bandwidth impact the general performance in eGPU Setups?
2) Which applications/games/benchmarks profits most of bandwidth
3) How will be the results of internal display?
For introduction I post the GPGPU results of both cards:
|GTX 570||GTX 650 Ti|
If anyone is interested I would do this comparison. Please let me know!
So nobody is interested? Nobody cares?
But I still see the posts coming:
"Is my bandwidth correct?"
"Can I use a mouse, will it slow down my games?"
"Is the bandwidth of my system the bottleneck?"
"Help, my eGPU is slow, it is because of the bandwidth?"
"Help it's only 22Mbit, do I have a virus?"
and so on..etc..etc.. A lot of superfluous questions, because nobody cares about answer giving researches and nobody reads.
I actually just registered a user account here in the past month, and I’m all about benchmarking! Plan to do several comparisons here, myself , and would love to hear about your experiences with those GPU’s. The brilliant thing about this tech is the ability to repurpose dated hardware and to breathe new life into it. Let’s hear your awesome analysis!
Sys1: MITX Desktop in InWin Chopin
i5-4570 + 1060 6GB + PCIe 1x adapter (over USB3.0 copper)
Sys2: Dell 15 Latitude 3542
i3-4030U + 1060 6GB + mPCIe adapter for PCIe 1x (over USB3.0 copper)
Sys3:Dell 14 Inspiron E5450
i7-6500U + 1060 6GB + NGFF M.2 A/E --> mPCIe adapter
+ mPCIe adapter for PCIe 1x (over USB3.0 copper)