It'd be a shame if someone spilled the beans about your GTX 1650 ... a real shame
Subject: General Tech | April 9, 2019 - 02:41 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: leak, rumour, nvidia, zotac, gtx 1650, turing, TU117
Videocardz got their hands on pictures of a Zotac card, ostensibly an unreleased or announced GTX 1650 and were nice enough to share it with the group. We've already seen a leak from our favourite Twitter user, suggesting the card will have 4GB of memory and a 1,485MHz core clock but this is our first look at what a card might look like. Most interesting is what you do not see in the pictures, there is no PCIe power connector so this TU117 based card will eat 75W at most, assuming nothing funky happens as it did with another card.
In theory, we should know the truth before the end of the month so stay tuned.
"Here is the world’s first look at GeForce GTX 1650 from ZOTAC. The card is a single-fan Mini-ITX form factor design. It is equipped with three display connectors: HDMI, DisplayPort, Dual Link DVI-D."
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