Zotac’s GTX 1650 has leaked – Sub-75W TDP confirmed

Zotac's GTX 1650 has leaked - Sub-75W TDP confirmed

Zotac’s GTX 1650 has leaked – Sub-75W TDP confirmed

Nvidia’s GTX 1650 graphics card is coming, bringing the Turing architecture to lower TDPs and price points than ever before. While Nvidia has not officially announced the graphics card, we know a great deal about its capabilities, especially so now that Zotac’s GTX 1650 OC Edition has leaked onto the web. 

This new leak, which comes courtesy of Videocardz, confirms our suspicions that Nvidia’s GTX 1650 would utilise a 4GB frame buffer, a design decision that makes a lot of sense given how VRAM heavy modern games have become. There was a reason why they refreshed their GTX 1050 series with a 3GB model; simply put 2GB is no longer enough for many of today’s gaming titles. 

Looking at Zotac’s new GTX 1650 we can see that the graphics card uses “Turing Shaders”, confirming that the graphics card is a new Turing-based SKU. Looking at the graphics card itself, we can also tell that the GPU has a maximum TDP of 75W, as the card features no PCIe power connectivity for additional power. Power for this graphics card will come exclusively from the user’s PCIe slot, which is rated at 75W.      

Zotac's GTX 1650 has leaked - Sub-75W TDP confirmed  
Nvidia’s GTX 1650 is designed to replace the company’s GTX 1050 Ti, offering gamers a low-cost entry point into PC gaming. Given the graphics card’s low TDP, the GTX 1650 will be a great addition to many OEM systems, given its low power requirements and small size. 

Rumour has it that Nvidia’s GTX 1650 will launch on April 22nd. 

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