NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti listed on certification authority site in custom ASUS form
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By now, the existence of the GTX 1650, as well as the 1660, have been all but confirmed. To recap, they are most likely intended as 'budget' or entry-level forms of NVIDIA's latest Turing architecture. Some rumors have projected that the first examples of this new '16-series' will be released next week (starting April 22, 2019). However, this event may already be outshadowed by possible evidence of the first Ti version to come from this new line.
The 1650 Ti has shown up on the website for the Russian certification authority ECC. It indicates that ASUS is putting numerous product-line names on this new, cost-efficient graphics option. All of the new GTX variants have 4GB, which has been predicted to be GDDR5 in nature. Their TDP level is less certain, although hoping for much more than 75W may be overly optimistic.
ASUS is adding GTX 1650 Ti to the following series of cards:
- GeForce Dual (which will also have Advanced and Overclock SKUs)
- ROG STRIX Gaming (along with its own Advanced and Overclock variants)
- TUF Gaming (plus Advanced and Overclock)
- Phoenix Gaming (base and Overclock SKUs)
- GeForce Low Profile (ditto)
There is no concrete pricing information on these prospective new GPUs as yet. On the other hand, as the GTX 1650 is likely to cost around US$149 at launch, it is reasonable to assume the Ti version will cost $100 or so more than this.
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