A leaked slide suggests Acer is about to launch some gaming laptops which run with GeForce GTX 1660 Ti and GTX 1650 cellular graphics playing cards.

That is, in fact, additional potential proof {that a} GeForce GTX 1650 exists within the first place, because the GPU hasn’t but been confirmed by Nvidia – in contrast to the GTX 1660 Ti, which has, in fact, already been launched (though there’s no cellular model yet).

Nevertheless, there have already been a number of leaks relating to the allegedly incoming 1650, which would be the lowest-end Turing providing – and this definitely backs up these leaks (assuming the slide in query isn’t some type of elaborate pretend).

The slide (highlighted by Videocardz) is presupposed to be from an Acer presentation, and it reveals the core specs of some Nitro gaming notebooks, together with the truth that they run with Intel’s Ninth-gen Espresso Lake H collection processors, and GPU choices that embrace the GTX 1660 Ti, GTX 1650, and GTX 1050 (the latter being a previous-generation GPU).

ITHome initially spotted the slide, although has since taken it down, with Videocardz subsequently highlighting its existence (Image credit: ITHome/Videocardz)

ITHome initially noticed the slide, though has since taken it down, with Videocardz subsequently highlighting its existence (Picture credit score: ITHome/Videocardz)

Benchmarks aplenty

We have beforehand seen a leaked 3DMark benchmark allegedly from a pocket book operating the cellular spin on the GTX 1650, and a purported Ultimate Fantasy XV benchmark for the desktop model of the GPU, which showed it was faster than AMD’s Radeon RX 570.

The GTX 1650 is anticipated to have a base clock of 1,395MHz, with 4GB of GDDR5 video reminiscence, once more in response to the rumor mill. We’re anticipating to see this GPU launched in some unspecified time in the future in April, with hypothesis pointing to April 22 as a possible launch date.

As for the incoming Acer laptops, these apparently embrace 15-inch and 17-inch Nitro fashions which may have super-slim (7mm – a minimum of down the perimeters) bezels, in addition to an possibility on a show with a 144Hz refresh fee (and a Full HD decision).

By way of Hexus


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