GTX 965M Ti Specs
|Model||GTX 965M Ti (Maxwell II)|
|Core||GM206, 1024 cores @ 0.935GHZ - 1.15GHZ|
|VRAM||2GB GDDR5 @ 1.25GHZ (5GHZ eff.), 128-bit.|
|GFLOPS (w/Boost)||2355 (FP32)|
|Memory bandwidth||80 GB/s|
The Nvidia GTX 965M Ti is a 900 series’ top-midrange gaming GPU, based on the Nvidia Maxwell (II) architecture and the GM206 core and utilizing a GDDR5 RAM. The GM206 is actually a “lower” core compared to the GM204 found in the regular GTX 965M, contains less transistors and requires less power to operate and while the “TI” variant has the same cores count, it has higher core clocks, by around 20% (boost). At its time, the GTX 965M Ti could be found in laptops typically priced at around $900-$1000 which was not a lot less than the GTX 970M. It was released not long before the next generation Pascal GPUs were released.
Gaming performance is adequate for high to very high graphics settings @ 1080p in games of its time (2016). Compared to the current Pascal offerings (2018), performance in heavy 3D games is trailing the GTX 1050 by no more than 10% more or less, depending on the game. The Pascal 1050/Ti model replaces the 960M/965M/965M Ti segment in practice.
- GTX 960M
- GTX 965M Ti
- GTX 1050 (laptop)
- GTX 1060 6GB (laptop)
As can be seen, for the same price more or less, you could get twice the gaming performance. That’s a big jump.