Friday, July 3rd 2020

MSI Updates Mini ITX Version of the GeForce GTX 1650 Aero ITX 4G OC - Now OCV1

MSI has launched a new revision of their GeForce GTX 1650 Aero 4G OC, the original MSI rendition of a Mini ITX graphics cards based on NVIDIA's TU 116 chip. The GeForce GTX 1650 Aero 4G OCV1 is only 170 mm long, 111 mm wide, 38 mm thick, and weighs 375 grams features a single cooling fan that is more than sufficient to keep the 284 mm² die cool enough. Boost clock is being reported at 1,695 MHz. There's a 128-bit memory bus that ferries data between the GPU and its 4 GB of GDDR5 memory. I/O wise, there's 1x DisplayPort 1.4, 1x HDMI 2.0b, and 1x Dual Link DVI (and built-in triple-display support). There's no additional power connector, which means a below-75 W power consumption figure.
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13 Comments on MSI Updates Mini ITX Version of the GeForce GTX 1650 Aero ITX 4G OC - Now OCV1

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Any idea what's different between the two versions?
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low
The missing PCI-E Port is a problem on some ITX Mainboards. My gigabyte z370 didnt like any nvidia without this connector.
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The missing PCI-E Port is a problem on some ITX Mainboards. My gigabyte z370 didnt like any nvidia without this connector.
You're saying words but none of them make any sense.
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Toothless
Tech, Games, and TPU!
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You're saying words but none of them make any sense.
I really hope he's talking about the PCI power connector and not the actual PCI card pin part.
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lexluthermiester
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Any idea what's different between the two versions?
I think(don't quote me), power requirements, performance boost and better thermal profile.
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#6
bonehead123
Oh my, lookie here maw, it's a "mini-me" GPU, how cute....

virtually worthless in todays world, but cute nonetheless.. :roll:..:p..:eek:
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#8
Caring1
lexluthermiester
Like your comment?
Ironic.
And yes my reply is not contributing to this thread either, but it's still true.
bonehead123
Oh my, lookie here maw, it's a "mini-me" GPU, how cute....

virtually worthless in todays world, but cute nonetheless.. :roll:..:p..:eek:
True, it would make more sense in a low profile form.
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watzupken
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The missing PCI-E Port is a problem on some ITX Mainboards. My gigabyte z370 didnt like any nvidia without this connector.
Then there is something wrong with the board or with the PSU (feeding power to the motherboard). This card is meant to run up to 75W, so the PCI-E x16 slot should provide enough power. There is a chance it might exceed 75W, but the motherboard should still be able to accomodate small differences.
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#10
BarbaricSoul
At this point why even bother with a new edition of a GTX card? I mean RTX 2000 has been out for a while now, and RTX 3000 is just a few months away. Why bother releasing a new GTX card at this point?
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lexluthermiester
BarbaricSoul
At this point why even bother with a new edition of a GTX card?
Because there is a market for it.
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watzupken
Then there is something wrong with the board or with the PSU (feeding power to the motherboard). This card is meant to run up to 75W, so the PCI-E x16 slot should provide enough power. There is a chance it might exceed 75W, but the motherboard should still be able to accomodate small differences.
PCI-E x16 can only deliver +12v ~65w.
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lexluthermiester
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PCI-E x16 can only deliver +12v ~65w.
That completely incorrect. ALL PCIe 16x slots are spec rated for 75w and can deliver 85w for short periods of time. This is by design.
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