NVIDIA to Launch Turing Based GeForce GTX 1650 in March

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Reports are in that Nvidia is going to launch another Turing based GTX card next month, the Geforce GTX 1650. This will be the latest addition to Nvidia’s mainstream cards, which tells that the company wants to focus more on the budget segment. The new cards are expected to leverage the Turing Architecture from the RTX series cards but will be lacking the RTCores and Tensor cores and focus sheerly on raw rasterization performance.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Specs

The GTX 1660 is supposed to have up to 4GB of VRAM and will reportedly succeed the GTX 1050 (based on NVIDIA’s older Pascal GPU architecture). The card will be based on the 12nm process, and its estimated price is about 180$. However, more details about the GTX 1650 cards are not available at the time of writing.

Nvidia is launching GTX 1660 Ti soon for about 279$, and the 1660 next month for 229$. The GTX 1650 will be the third addition to Nvidia’s 16 series.

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