It looks like the final specifications along with a few more custom models of NVIDIA’s upcoming GeForce GTX 1650 graphics card have leaked out. 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.
GeForce GTX 1650 specs :
Nvidia hasn’t officially unveiled the GTX 1650, so specs aren’t fully nailed down. However, all indications are that it will feature either a trimmed down TU116 GPU, the same chip used in the GTX 1660/1660 Ti, or it will use a new TU117 (possibly TU107) architecture. Either way, it will end up with the same level of performance, and it’s entirely possible that Nvidia will offer both cut-down TU116 and fully enabled TU107/TU117 models (eg, similar to the multiple varieties of GTX 1060 cards).
The key differences relative to the 1660 line will be in the memory configuration and number of SMs (Streaming Multiprocessors), which in turn will determine the number of CUDA cores, texture units, and ROPs. Whether the GPU is a trimmed down TU116, a TU107, or a TU117 (TU116 was likely given as a name because of the pre-existing TU106 that has RT and Tensor cores), it will use TSMC’s 12nm lithography, the same as all other Turing GPUs.
NVIDIA GeForce 16 Series Preliminary Specifications:
|GeForce RTX 2060 FE||GeForce GTX 1660 Ti 6GB
||GeForce GTX 1660 6GB
||GeForce GTX 1650 4 GB|
||240||N / A||N / A||N / A|
||30||N / A||N / A||N / A|
||1365 MHz||1500 MHz||1530 MHz||1395MHz?|
||1680 MHz||1770 MHz||1785 MHz||1560 MHz?|
||6GB GDDR6||6GB GDDR6||6GB GDDR5||4GB GDDR5|
||14 Gbps||12 Gbps||8 Gbps||8 Gbps|
||3 MB||1.5 MB||1.5 MB||?|
||10.8 billion||6.6 billion||6.6 billion||?|
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.