We reported here that a certain GeForce GTX 650 Ti card was listed as having 768 CUDA cores and it seems that the report was actually right. The 576 CUDA cores reported initially are seemingly not enough to truly differentiate the card and Nvidia endowed the GTX 650 Ti with more.
Now there are some more reports that do not only confirm the 768 CUDA core court, but they also bring the good news about the cards featuring 2 GB of memory although 1 GB seems to be the reference number.
The new GK106
GPU version will reportedly
be called GK106-220 and it works at a reference default frequency of 925 MHz while the GDDR5 memory will run at 5400 MHz effective frequency on the tight 128-bit BUS.
The TDP seems to be just 110 watts and the pricing for the reference edition cards will end up at $150 (117 EUR) with custom models ranging up to $180 (140 EUR).