Company Palit Launches the first passive GTX 1650 model on the market - which also does not need a power supply connection and could be perfect for small and extremely quiet systems
The GeForce GTX 1650's NVIDIA It's not a gaming monster, it's true - but it's a big upgrade over the graphics cores built into Intel's various desktop processors and a sane modern plugin relative to the price tag for Labs' labs. AMD Which in most cases do not include their own graphics processing capabilities. Now it's going to become even more relevant to our tastes, thanks to a version that will allow it to integrate into systems without contributing anything to the noise level they produce: Get to know the company's KalmX Palit.
The GeForce GTX 1650 KalmX is the first in the market based on the TU117 core without Cooling Active - with an array Cooling Significant passive that includes a copper base, a pair of nickel-plated heat conduction tubes and of course a large amount of nickel fins for the most effective dissipation of unnecessary heat over a large surface area. This video card is also satisfied with a power consumption of up to 75 watts and therefore does not need additional connections from the power supply - which makes it even more Egyptian for compact, minimalist and good-looking systems.
In terms of expected performance, there are no surprises - with a base frequency of 1,485MHz and a Turbo Boost frequency of up to 1,665MHz which are the default for GTX 1650 models, along with 4GB of memory GDDR5 8,000MHz effective operating speed. It's definitely not the right product to squeeze every drop of performance potential out of the core and hardware as a whole - but assuming there are no unexpected Coil Whine issues here it would be a great model for budget silent systems.
Palit has yet to reveal how much this model of the GTX 1650 will cost, where you'll find a pair of ports DisplayPort 1.4a and port HDMI Another 2.0b - but we have a feeling that the exoticism it offers in the market will translate into a price significantly higher than the recommended official level of $ 150, at least as long as we see more manufacturers pick up the gauntlet and add passive models to their range. Do you agree with us or not? Let's talk about it in the comments.