NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 to Cost $149; Half as Fast as the RTX 2060

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A couple of listings of NVIDIA’s upcoming graphics card, the GeForce GTX 1650 popped up online yesterday, confirming the Chinese pricing and the specifications of the GPU. Now, another one has surfaced, this time from Amazon that confirms the global price of the GTX 1650.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650

The 1650 should start from a base price of $149 in the US, with most partner models costing somewhere between $160 to $190, just as we predicted yesterday. VonGuru has published a few screenshots of the now taken-down listing from Amazon France, where the EVGA variants of the GTX 1650 are priced between 160-190 Euros.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650

Meanwhile, well-known whistleblower Tum_Apisak has also posted the GeekBench score of what is almost certainly the GTX 1650. The specifications line up with yesterday’s leak and comparing the OpenCL benchmark score of the card with the RTX 2060, it seems like the GTX 1650 will be roughly half as faster compared to the former.

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Yesterday, the full specifications and release date of the card were leaked. The GTX 1650 is expected to launch on 23rd April with a total of 896 CUDA Cores paired with 4GB of GDDR5 memory and a 128-bit bus. The core boost clock is pegged at 1725MHz while the memory will run at a frequency of 8Gbps.

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