A Chinese retailer has listed the Zotac variant of NVIDIA’s upcoming entry-level graphics card, the GeForce GTX 1650 (4GB) for a price of ￥24,580. Don’t worry, computer hardware tends to be quite expensive in the Asian markets, and the global price will be much lower than you think. In India, the GTX 1650 should start from INR 17-18K while the US markets should see it retail from around $190.
This listing only mentions the memory of the card, i.e, 4GB of GDDR5 VRAM. It also mentions the availability of the GPU as the 24th of April which again concurs with earlier leaks and rumors.
Another separate listing, this time of the Asus ROG Strix version has been shared by Benchmarks.pl. It doesn’t mention the price or the launch date but includes the entire specs sheet which till now has been quite elusive.
It mentions the core count, clocks as well the number of ROPs the GPU will sport. Once again, the memory matches with what the Chinese retailer has specified. So, from what we can see, the GeForce GTX 1650 will pack a total of 896 CUDA Cores with a boost clock of 1725 MHz and 4GBs of GDDR5 memory coupled with a
So that’s pretty much it. The GTX 1650 is nearing its release. It’ll be interesting to see whether there’s a Ti variant and if that’ll be the last we see of NVIDIA’s Turing architecture. If so, then all eyes will be on Intel whose discrete GPUs will be the next big thing in the GPU space.
- Sony PlayStation 5 Will Use AMD Zen2 CPU and Navi GPU; Ray Tracing and 8K Support Confirmed
- AMD Radeon Navi 10 GPU To Cost $259; Will Support Ray Tracing [Rumor]