According to the leaked specification, the Turing based GTX 1650 will have 896 CUDA cores, 4GBs of GDDR5 Vram, and a bus bandwidth of 128-bit.

The chip is dubbed the TU117-300, which makes us wonder where this is going to be a 1650ti.

In terms of clocks, the GTX 1650 will have a 1486Mhz base and 1665Mhz boost clocks. Furthermore, it doesn’t require external power; however, factory overclocked variants will still require 6-pin power connectors.

The card is speculated to launch on the 23rd of April, while the pricing is ought to be around 150 USD for the base variants.

Source: Videocardz


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