The current crop of GeForce GTX 650 Ti cards are mostly of the dual-slot kind, but Colorful's latest is a sleek black Kepler design that's a tad thinner than its counterparts. The German GPU maker touts it as the world's first single-slot GeForce GTX 650 Ti, which incorporates a few design ideas from an equally slim iGame GTS450 card released back in 2011. The oddly named iGame GTX650Ti 1G Buri-Slim features high-C POSCAP capacitors and high efficient ON-SEMI MOSFET coupled with a 3+1 VRM phase.
Using two Dual-link DVI and a mini-HDMI port, the iGame GTX650Ti Buri-Slim is clocked at 928MHz with the memory running at 5400MHz. Colorful manages the card's thermals using a penetrated design for its chokes, which go through the card's PCB. Its heatsink uses a combination of copper base and aluminum for the shell, along with aluminum fins and a turbofan. If the iGame GTX650Ti Buri-Slim does keep its temps cool in tight spaces while pushing polygons, it's going to be right at home with a compact gaming rig.