No external power connections: First GeForce GTX 1650 cards floating on the network

Shortly before the expected official announcement, we are verifying that most new interim cards are from Will be particularly economical and will not require more than 75 watts of power to operate

The GeForce GTX 1660 and GeForce GTX 1660 Ti cards have proven that the Turing architecture can not only be very cost-effective but also more efficient than any other in the market, even in popular resolutions of FullHD and QHD. Now we are approaching the exposure of the modest GeForce GTX 1650 model, which may take this trend a step further and break more records for .

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We know that the next green camp ticket will offer us a new type of processing core that will be smaller than any we have ever met within the family - The core of the TU117, which may contain only 1,024 CUDA units in its full configuration, and even less so in the GTX 1650 models that will reach the stores. However, the current production process in the 12 nanometer should be observed with fairly high operating frequencies without breaking the power limits dictated by the X- 3.0.

Miniature card without external electrical connections - best for ultra compact computer systems?
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The first GTX 1650 models from Zotac and Palit have been leaked to the net through, with a modest number of video outputs (1 HDMI, 1 DisplayPort and 1 DVI-D in 1 and DisplayPort and DVI-D only) Which include a single fan and compact dimensions that should fit any microATX or mini-ITX enclosure in the environment.

The models do not include external connections to the power supply, despite the fact that the packs boast the factory-ordered frequencies - which means they will operate at any power consumption of 75 watts or less, potentially very cool and quiet as a bonus depending on the effectiveness of the cooling solution to suit them.

The Siamese twins from home And from its Gainward brand - with a design that looks even more budget-efficient than Zotac's

As for the working conditions themselves, the Palit models are designed for 1,665MHz operation as a base and reach up to 1,725MHz in Turbo Boost mode - almost 30 above the base conditions of the GTX 1050 Ti, which together with a larger amount of processing cores should significantly boost the forward performance while maintaining a very similar power envelope to the old popular model.

A leak from the mobile market declared an addition Of 25 per cent for the GTX 1650 compared to the GTX 1050 Ti, but according to the dry data we currently have in the stationary market the improvement will be even greater could reach the 40 percentage - all under similar power consumption, as mentioned.

The main question we have left now is the price of the new models - 180 dollars or maybe less? With tough competition expected from the Radeon RX 580 As well as the GeForce GTX 1660 featuring the same benefits With a significantly larger amount of CUDA cores operating at no cost of 220 dollars. We hope to receive all the missing details soon.