NVIDIA will release the GeForce GTX 650 Ti graphics adapter on October 9 (2012), next week as it were.
Micro-Star International is one of its launch partners, and its board, or one of them, strays from the standard blueprint quite a bit.
Though the clock of the GPU (768 CUDA cores) isn't all that much higher (928 MHz versus 925) and the 1 GB GDDR5 VRAM works at the same 5.4 GHz, the GTX 650 Ti Power Edition has a different cooler (Cyclone II) and a 3+1 Phase enhanced PWM design, for overclocking.
The Cyclone II uses a large 82-mm blade fan, two heatpipes, a circular heatsink and two aluminum fin arrays alongside the fans.
Finally, display connectivity is secured by dual-link DVI and an HDMI output and power is provided by a single 6-pin PCI Express connector.