Info NVIDIA Readies GeForce GTX 1650 Ti Graphics Card – Rumored To Launch in October With Full TU117 GPU

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NVIDIA Readies GeForce GTX 1650 Ti Graphics Card – Rumored To Launch in October With Full TU117 GPU
By Hassan Mujtaba / 3 hours ago

NVIDIA is allegedly preparing a new Turing based entry-level graphics card, the GeForce GTX 1650 Ti. You can already tell from the naming scheme that the GTX 1650 Ti would be faster than the GTX 1650 (Non-Ti) while costing a bit more.
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti In The Works, Full TU117 GPU Configuration – Launch Scheduled For October
The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti graphics card would be the second entry in the GTX 1650 series. Featuring the same but full configuration of the Turing TU117 GPU, the GTX 1650 Ti graphics card would offer slightly better performance for slightly more money. The chip was already listed a few months backbut surprisingly, we haven’t seen any more details pop up until now. Now Fashaoyoureports that the graphics card is indeed coming and would be launching in early October.
We don't have the specifications but based on what we are looking at on the GeForce GTX 1650, the GeForce GTX 1650 could feature 1024 CUDA Cores, 32 ROPs and 64 TMUs. The card would feature a 4 GB GDDR5 VRAM running across a 128-bit bus at the same 8000 MHz effective clock speeds, delivering bandwidth of 128 GB/s. Now the TDP on the GTX 1650 is set at 75W but we can also see a similar TDP for the GTX 1650 Ti. This has been the case with the previous GTX *50 series cards too with both Ti and non-TI variants featuring a similar TDP that doesn’t require an external power connector to boot.

Just like the GeForce GTX 1650, the GTX 1650 Ti would be available in various custom models, with most featuring a 6-pin power connector to allow for higher factory shipped overclocks. The card is said to be priced around 1100 Chinese Yen or $150 US. Since the GTX 1650 is already positioned at $149 US, I personally believe that the Ti variant would cost an extra $30 for around $179 US. ASUS lineup was previously listed which include many custom variants as listed below:
  • ASUS GeForce GTX 1650 Ti Dual
  • ASUS GeForce GTX 1650 Ti Dual Advanced
  • ASUS GeForce GTX 1650 Ti Dual Overclock
  • ASUS ROG STRIX GTX 1650 Ti Gaming
  • ASUS ROG STRIX GTX 1650 Ti Gaming Advanced
  • ASUS ROG STRIX GTX 1650 TI Gaming Overclock
  • ASUS TUF GTX 1650 Ti Gaming
  • ASUS TUF GTX 1650 Ti Gaming Advanced
  • ASUS TUF GTX 1650 Ti Gaming Overclock
  • ASUS Phoenix GTX 1650 Ti Gaming
  • ASUS Phoenix GTX 1650 Ti Gaming Overclock
  • ASUS GeForce GTX 1650 Ti Low Profile
  • ASUS GeForce GTX 1650 Ti Low Profile Overclock

"Provided that the card is 10-15% faster than the GeForce GTX 1650 (non-Ti), we could see slightly better performance than the Radeon RX 570 (8 GB variant) while sipping in much lower power & running at much lower temperatures"
 
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These last few weeks reminds me of previous years. Being inundated continually with Nvidia information. Thanks for the nostalgic memories but I think I'll pass on the hyper info overload. Adios.
 
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These last few weeks reminds me of previous years. Being inundated continually with Nvidia information. Thanks for the nostalgic memories but I think I'll pass on the hyper info overload. Adios.
I try my best to keep the community Informed,
Your welcome.
 
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Surprised this took so long to come out.

Also, like with the GeForce 10 series, DIY market GTX 1650 Ti (probably ~170-180 USD) won't look good next to the 1660 for 220 USD.
 

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People will still justify it, probably as long as there are some variants with no pci-e power requirement. They have been for the 1650.

This also explains the deep discounts on 1650 cards I'm seeing on Newegg this week. Custom cards that are $165-180 going for $25-40 off along with $15-30 rebates. $110-125 after rebate prices.
 

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If this replaces the $150 price-point (in NVidia's line-up), I'm all for it. For added cost ($179?), only four GB of VRAM, only just equal to RX 570, no thanks.

Edit: I'm going to walk-back this comment slightly. IF (and that's a really big IF), they can get improved performance out of the 1650ti (more shaders, etc.), still within the 75W PCI-E slot power limit, then that premium might be justified. But it seems like such a niche thing.

I highly doubt that this is going to be true, in the real world, though, because most GTX 1650 had power connectors, and more importantly, those that didn't, had to be down-specced, so that they were really effectively different cards. So if the 1650 had trouble staying under 75W, I don't see how the 1650ti would be able to, assuming same architecture and process technology.

Edit: I mean, somehow, if NV pulled a miracle rabbit out of their hat, and had an actual RX 570-equivalent performance card, that could reliably operate (at stock, without overclock or much boost clock), within the 75W TDP limit of the PCI-E slot power, then yes, I could see them charging $179 easily for these. Like I said, real-world, I have my doubts that they will pull this scenario off.

Edit: Maybe, @7nm. Maybe AMD's own RX 5600(XT) will pull it off? That would be sweet. Sweet low-power revenge, that is.
 
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Wonder if NV knows something about where small Navi is going to land.

Anyhow, I've done a lot of gaming recently on my laptop's 4GB 1050 (non-TI) and frankly these low end chips are startlingly capable at most common resolutions on reasonably modern games.

Unless you're pushing high resolutions or extreme FPS, a lot of these entry level GPUs get the job done nowdays.
 

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The RX 580 4GB sells at $160, if this card is $180 it will be DOA, it will be another turd in a long line of nvidia turds, overprices, underpowered cards that ONLY sell because they are from Nvidia.

Especially at the lower end spectrum, literally 90% of people want bang per buck, they want the most performance they can get for their money's worth, because they know they are already buying a lower end card and don't need it to be slow one on top of it.

So nvidia relies on misinformation or hiding the truth and offering up conspiracy theories about how great the 1650 is for watching youtube videos. Its like the Xbox one reveal, when 2/3 of the E3 presentation was how you can watch movies on your new console and how it replaces your TV remote control. Guess why no one bought the xbox one and why PS4 sold 20 million units and the xbox one only sold 11 million.

Unfortunately this is nvidia we are talking about and people have some sort of fetish for their gpu's that they will buy overprices, overslow cards from them.
 

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People will still justify it, probably as long as there are some variants with no pci-e power requirement. They have been for the 1650.
If there is no 6 pin connector, if the GPU has RX 570 performance level, and costs 150$, it will be a good offer.
 

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If there is no 6 pin connector, if the GPU has RX 570 performance level, and costs 150$, it will be a good offer.
Yeah it might be good at 149 if someone likes to play esports games but if aaa games then 4gb will be an issue even at 1080p so better to shop for 8gb 570. But its pretty much guaranteed it will be 179 so its DOA.
 
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I might get one for a friend that on a quad with a GTX 1050 2GB. I wish I could remember if hisrig has a 6-pin.
 

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