NVIDIA has announced a spending budget video card, the GeForce GTX 1650. It’s a replacement for the preceding GTX 950 along with the subsequent GTX 1050 Graphics processing unit and comes in at $149. Such as the GTX 1660 and 1660 Ti before it, the GTX 1650 is based on NVIDIA Turing architecture and utilizes the TU117 GPU. NVIDIA claims 2x performance in comparison on the GTX 950 and 1.7x on the GTX 1050. In comparison into the 1408 CUDA cores in 1660, 1650 has 896. It is clocked at 1485 MHz for the base frequency and 1665 MHz for the increasing frequency.
1650 comes equipped with 128-bit 4GB GDDR5 memory with 8Gbps memory speed and 128GB/s memory bandwidth. As being a non-RTX card, 1650 doesn’t support hardware ray tracing but does encourage other Turing features, like rate shading, improved NVENC encoder, increased memory compression, and more. 1650 images will be available beginning today from OEMs like ASUS, Colorful, EVGA, Gainward, Galaxy, Gigabyte, 3D Innovision, MSI, Palit, PNY and Zotac. NVIDIA also announced a list 80+ brand new laptops coming to market with the newest GTX 1650 and the GTX 1660 Ti GPU. These will be accessible from makers like Acer, ASUS, Dell and Alienware, Gigabyte, HP, Lenovo, MSI, and Samsung over the forthcoming months.