The first images of NVIDIA’s entry-level GeForce GTX 1650 have surfaced over at Videocardz, looks like this variant won’t be needing any power cables. This is the Zotac board partner card that is the first to see the light of the day. Designed for mini and micro-form factor PCs, this is a dual slot card with a single fan. It comes with three connectors, namely an HDMI port, a DisplayPort and a Dual DVI-D.
Compared to the last-gen single fan graphics cards from Zotac, this one seems to have a revamped built with more curves and a fancy design. The lack of power cables means that this model will draw less than 75W of power due to being limited to the PCIe bus for juice. This will probably also cut down the card’s overclocking capability.
The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 will be based on the TU117 block and is speculated to launch around mid-April. This will (probably) be the lowest end Turing card from NVIDIA at least for a while, and will be aimed at casual 1080p gaming.