We’ve seen a complete host of rumors about an allegedly incoming GeForce GTX 1650 graphics card from Nvidia in latest occasions, together with multiple sightings in leaked laptop specs, and now there’s additional (extra compelling) proof within the type of leaked product photographs.
Videocardz highlighted leaked photos of GTX 1650 fashions from Zotac, Palit and Gainward – the latter two coming from Roland Quandt, with the pictures exhibiting the product field and precise video card – with an additional nugget of compelling data therein.
Particularly, the GTX 1650 doesn’t have an influence connector. In different phrases, its energy utilization is low sufficient in order that it could possibly merely be plugged into the GPU slot and work effective, with out having to be hooked as much as get additional juice out of your PC’s energy provide.
As Videocardz observes, this confirms that the Turing TU117 GPU which this card is allegedly primarily based on could have a TDP of underneath 75W.
The Zotac OC Version (which means overclocked version) card is a compact Mini-ITX affair with a single fan, which takes up two slots, and the field clearly reveals that it has 4GB of GDDR5 video reminiscence, as was beforehand rumored for the GTX 1650.
Palit GeForce GTX 1650 StormX 4GB. GPU pace: 1655 MHz. PCIe x16, 128Bit, 4GHz GDDR5. #GTX1650 half cc @VideoCardz pic.twitter.com/vWRxWRbAJsApril 9, 2019
Each the Palit Storm X and Gainward Pegasus OC playing cards are primarily the identical as one another, which isn’t shocking provided that the latter is owned by the previous, though the exterior design is barely completely different as you’d count on.
Once more, each of those GTX 1650 fashions are compact single fan graphics playing cards that don’t want an influence connector, and run with a base clock of 1,665MHz (though Quandt notes that the Gainward OC card will ramp that as much as 1,725MHz – presumably through increase).
Gainward GeForce GTX 1650 Pegasus 4GB (OC). GPU pace: 1665 MHz. 1725 MHz for OC mannequin. PCIe x16, 128Bit, GDDR5. half #GTX1650 cc @VideoCardz pic.twitter.com/gaV8Gd985zApril 9, 2019
The GTX 1650 graphics card is anticipated to be unleashed by Nvidia later in April, and we’ve heard earlier chatter that it might even be accompanied by a slightly faster GTX 1650 Ti variant shortly thereafter.
These are all nonetheless rumors and we are able to’t take something without any consideration, in fact, however we’ll discover out quickly sufficient whether or not Nvidia is certainly about to push out this new Turing GPU.
A leaked benchmark revealed that the GTX 1650 is faster than AMD’s Radeon RX 570, which is fairly good going for Nvidia (assuming there’s no fakery concerned right here).