NVIDIA's budget GeForce GTX 1650 SUPER rumored to launch on November 22; a GTX 1650 Ti in disguise?
Rumors about upcoming NVIDIA midrange and budget desktop GPUs have been circulating for a while now. There are claims that the GTX 1660 SUPER is arriving before the end of the month, while there had been rumors that a GTX 1650 Ti would arrive on October 22. The latter has not come to fruition, but Videocardz now states that NVIDIA has confirmed that it will arrive exactly a month later, albeit with a suffix change.
Apparently, the GTX 1650 Ti has been canned for the GTX 1650 SUPER, although there remains plenty we do not know about the rumored GPU. Releasing SUPER and Ti cards practically alongside each other seemed a recipe for messy branding, in our eyes.
Videocardz also claims that the GTX 1650 SUPER will come with 4 GB of GDDR6 VRAM, an upgrade over the rumored specifications of the GTX 1650 Ti. This will operate on a 128-bit memory bus like the traditional GTX 1650 though, but at 12 Gbps. The increase in memory speed will yield a bandwidth of 192 GB/s.
Pricing and other specifications remain unknown. However, if the GTX 1650 SUPER is a GTX 1650 Ti with GDDR6 VRAM, then it may support between 1,024 and 1,152 CUDA cores and will be based on the TU117 GPU.