Even the most basic model of the Turing family will now be available with memory Graphics are faster than the new generation - but don't expect a radical performance revolution
As early as last year, with the appearance of the first GDDR6 models in the middle market, we expressed hope that the entire Turing family from home NVIDIA Make use of the new, efficient and nimble graphic memory technology - and now we seem to be very close to the moment when this vision comes true, at least in the desktop market.
Several months after the launch of the GeForce GTX 1650 Super and GeForce GTX 1660 Super, both with Memories GDDR6 in combination with TU116 cores that have boosted effective bandwidth by tens of percent - some manufacturers are lifting the glove and quietly launching GDDR6 versions for theGeforce The standard GTX 1650, which is based on a smaller and more basic TU117 core.
On the web you can find information about the Gigabyte GTX 1650 model pair that will now be offered with GDDR6 memories, one compact with array Cooling Based on a single fan and the other with Cooling Double WindForce and light speed up to a maximum frequency of 1,710MHz - and no other visible changes, with the same 896 active CUDA units and 4 GB of dynamic memory based on the 128-bit interface. Jumping from GDDR5 memory at 8Gbps to 6Gbps GDDR12 memory will jump the effective bandwidth received from 128GB per second to 192GB per second - an extra 50 percent when potential cannot be ruled out The fast Another self that will upgrade this difference even further.
The difference between version packs comes with a miniature caption at the bottom and a single digit change in model name - so buyers will need to take a good look at what they're getting to enjoy performance
At the Taiwanese site expreview Reviewed for new GTX 1650 model with Zotac manufacturer's GDDR6 memory, making it clear that Gigabyte It is not alone in the venture - and although the differences in performance between the updated version and the source appear to be only a few percent, between 2 percent and 10 percent depending on the application, this is still an important message for us. The switch to using GDDR6 memories with a modest recommended price tag of under $ 150 probably indicates that the new generation of graphics memories are reaching a point where its use becomes more economical than usingGDDR5. It can certainly be estimated that from this stage onward, the old graphical memories - and theGDDR6 Will become the default for all products and all price levels - and when it comes to at least a 50 percent increase in speed with no noticeable addition to the price tag or power consumption, it's hard not to get excited about the process.
The first review for a new generation video card shows a slight improvement in performance, potentially The fast Increased (Graphic memory reached 15 Gbps in this specific unit) and power consumption is also reduced thanks to GDDR6