Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 leaked Benchmark and Release Date

After the official launches of the GTX 1660 Ti and GTX 1660, we’ve been hearing a lot about the GTX 1650 and it seems the Card is right around the corner with an expected launched in approximately three weeks, which is just in time for benchmark leaks to start showing up and we’ve received just that.

1650 FFXV benchmarks 1080p

As reported by HotHardware, these leaks come from TUM_APISAK who has lately been quite an accurate source of Nvidia leaks. The leak consists of the GTX 1650 being benchmarked on FFXV at 1080p High and 1440p Lite.

At 1080p the performance is on par with AMD’s Radeon RX 580 and slightly lower than the GTX 1060 while at 1440p it’s comparable to the GTX 1050 Ti.

1650 Specifications by VideoCardz

As for the release date, VideoCardz reported that the launch of the GTX 1650 is expected to be around April 22nd which is roughly three weeks from now. The card is expected to go on sale immediately but the review embargo might be delayed.

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