In the build-up to NVIDIA's GTX 1650 release, more and more cards are being revealed. While GAINWARD and PALIT's designs won't bring much in the way of interesting PCB designs and differences to be perused, since the PCBs are exactly the same. The GAINWARD Pegasus and the PALIT Storm X only differ in terms of the used shroud design, and both cards carry the same TU117 GPU paired with 4GB of GDDR5 memory.
The StormX and Pegasus models will both boost up to 1725 MHz, and carry a base clock of 1665 MHz. The apparent lack of DisplayPort connectors is interesting, to say the least. Users that want to take advantage of VRR (which is currently only supported by NVIDIA via DisplayPort) should look elsewhere for their GTX 1650. Both the GAINWARD and PALIT only carry 1x HDMI and 1x Dual Link DVI-D, which means they won't be able to take advantage of G-Sync or G-Sync Compatible monitors, thus lowering their value proposition considerably. None of the cards feature a power connector.