Earlier this week, NVIDIA tweeted a video showing a laptop captioned “They’re Coming” and there have been many recent leaks pointing to new GTX 1660Ti Laptops. Today NVIDIA shared another video of a laptop with the caption “3 days” which pretty much confirms that NVIDIA’s GTX Turing Laptops will release on the 23rd of April, along with the GTX 1650. This is because if you look closely, you’ll see the GTX 1650 Ti being mentioned in the video for a fraction of second in the end.
NVIDIA still hasn’t officially revealed the GTX 1650. However, there have been numerous leaks that paint a clear picture of the specifications and the performance of the new card. Furthermore, [email protected] has tweeted key details which point to the GTX 1650 having similar performance to a GTX 1060. A GTX 1650 is also listed on a Chinese website that sports a mini-ITX single-fan design with (4GB?) of video memory. The GTX 1650 is expected to come with 896 cores, a base clock of 1485 MHz and a boost clock of 1665 MHz, along with a 128-bit memory bus. However, more consumer-centric factory overclocked cards will probably come with a boost clock of 1700-1800 MHz.
Source of the above images: Jingdong (JD.com)
The GTX 1650 is expected to launch with a price tag of USD 149 on the 23rd of April, along with the new GTX Turing Laptops. With NVIDIA teasing both together, we might be also be looking at a GTX 1650 powered laptop.
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