Today NVIDIA launches its entry-level GeForce GTX Turing graphics card on Turing-Based  12nm “TU117” silicon, which is the smallest implementation of Turing for $149. It is the first entry-level Turing card, GTX 1050 successor but without RTX and DLSS support because it doesn’t have RT or Tensor cores at this given price GTX 1650 will compete RX 570 and RX 580 which is roughly sitting for the same price at the moment. According to NVIDIA it doesn’t even require an external power-connector. The GPU chip package consume less than 75 Watt which can be good for the ITX PC builders or entry-budget gamers who don’t want to spend much on power-supply.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 16 “Turing” Series
GeForce GTX 1650 GeForce GTX 1660 GeForce GTX 1660 Ti
GPU 12nm FF TU117-300 12nm FF TU116-300 12nm FF TU116-400
CUDA Cores
896
1408
1536
Base Clock
1485 MHz
1530 MHz
1500 MHz
Boost Clock
1665 MHz
1785 MHz
1770 MHz
Memory
4GB GDDR5
6GB GDDR5
6GB GDDR6
Memory Bus
128-bit
192-bit
192-bit
Memory Clock
8 Gbps
8 Gbps
12 Gbps
Bandwidth
128 GB/s
192 GB/s
288 GB/s
MSRP
149 USD
219 USD
279 USD
Launch Date April 23rd March 14th February 22nd

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