Wednesday, July 22nd 2020

EVGA Introduces GeForce GTX 1650 KO with GDDR6

Introducing the EVGA GeForce GTX 1650 KO with GDDR6. The EVGA GeForce GTX 1650 KO gives you the best gaming performance at a value you cannot resist. Now it's updated with GDDR6 memory, giving you that extra edge to up your game to the next level.

Featuring concurrent execution of floating point and integer operations, adaptive shading technology, and a new unified memory architecture with twice the cache of its predecessor, Turing shaders enable awesome performance increases on today's games. Get 1.4X power efficiency over previous generation for a faster, cooler and quieter gaming experience that take advantage of Turing's advanced graphics features.
Performance
The GeForce GTX 1650 KO with GDDR6 follows in the tradition of the GeForce GTX 650, GeForce GTX 750, GeForce GTX 950 and GeForce GTX 1050 of offering performance for the fastest contemporary titles that you can throw at the card. Enjoy up to 70% higher performance when compared to the GeForce GTX 1050 and up to 3x the performance of GeForce GTX 950. GeForce GTX 1650 is a performance breakthrough for E-Sports and 1080p gamers.

Small Form Factor
With a brand new layout, completely new codebase, new features and more, the new EVGA Precision X1 software is faster, easier and better than ever.

Back-plate pre-installed.

EVGA Precision X1
Take Control with EVGA Precision X1. With a brand new layout, completely new codebase, new features and more. The new EVGA Precision X1 software is faster, easier and better than ever, allowing you to control the fans and monitor your cards vitals.

EVGA + GRIP: Combat Racing
EVGA GeForce GTX 1650 KO graphics cards qualify for the EVGA exclusive GRIP Promotion. Available for a limited time and while supplies last, purchase an EVGA GeForce 1650 GDDR6 and receive a copy of the game and an exclusive EVGA skin.

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15 Comments on EVGA Introduces GeForce GTX 1650 KO with GDDR6

#1
QUANTUMPHYSICS
I personally don't think you should be going any lower than an RTX 2060 Super if you were buying a card right now.

Or...wait for the 3000 series.
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#2
Xex360
QUANTUMPHYSICS
I personally don't think you should be going any lower than an RTX 2060 Super if you were buying a card right now.

Or...wait for the 3000 series.
Yeah, it's a very difficult right now to buy graphic cards, Ampere and RDNA2 are both coming soon probably offering huge performance uplift, unless you really need one better wait a little.
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#3
AnarchoPrimitiv
Who buys these cards? People who only play light online games? If I was going to do an HTPC I'd probably go APU... I don't have a lot of money, took me a while to get a 5700xt, but instead of having no patience and getting something cheap, I waited and saved up.... I figured that's what most would do.... Just curious
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#4
Th3pwn3r
AnarchoPrimitiv
Who buys these cards? People who only play light online games? If I was going to do an HTPC I'd probably go APU... I don't have a lot of money, took me a while to get a 5700xt, but instead of having no patience and getting something cheap, I waited and saved up.... I figured that's what most would do.... Just curious
Depends on price.
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#5
BoboOOZ
AnarchoPrimitiv
Who buys these cards? People who only play light online games? If I was going to do an HTPC I'd probably go APU... I don't have a lot of money, took me a while to get a 5700xt, but instead of having no patience and getting something cheap, I waited and saved up.... I figured that's what most would do.... Just curious
This one has only a 6 pin for power, so people with old builds, with old, weak PSU can get them to play 1080P, if the price is right.

APU's are cool, but you have to change all the system.
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#6
B-Real
QUANTUMPHYSICS
I personally don't think you should be going any lower than an RTX 2060 Super if you were buying a card right now.

Or...wait for the 3000 series.
Why do you think someone needs that performance? IMO, there are pretty good choices in many performance segments: RX 570 (the best price/performance card on the market), 1650 Super, 1660 Super, RX 5600XT, RX 5700, RX 5700 XT, RTX 2080 Super.
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#7
Sithaer
B-Real
Why do you think someone needs that performance? IMO, there are pretty good choices in many performance segments: RX 570 (the best price/performance card on the market), 1650 Super, 1660 Super, RX 5600XT, RX 5700, RX 5700 XT, RTX 2080 Super.
Yup, not everyone needs 'high' performance cards and no not only light online games can be played with weaker cards. 'I'm playing pretty much only singleplayer games with my RX 570 which I bought in 2018'

Also ppl from less fortunate countries can't really go for expensive cards that easily so such cards are a good option for those.
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#8
BluesFanUK
Xex360
Yeah, it's a very difficult right now to buy graphic cards, Ampere and RDNA2 are both coming soon probably offering huge performance uplift, unless you really need one better wait a little.
Ampere sounds like it's struggling to stay within reasonable thermal/power limits to reach the uplift in performance.

RDNA on the other hand may be about to do a Ryzen.
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#9
BoboOOZ
BluesFanUK
Ampere sounds like it's struggling to stay within reasonable thermal/power limits to reach the uplift in performance.

RDNA on the other hand may be about to do a Ryzen.
On RDNA TDP we know nothing for now.

Most recent news seem to point out that there are no leaks because they're simply late, the first prototype cards just got sent out.
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#10
Berfs1
Fun fact, this has the turing encoder :) I would cop if i had money
QUANTUMPHYSICS
I personally don't think you should be going any lower than an RTX 2060 Super if you were buying a card right now.

Or...wait for the 3000 series.
Dedicated streaming PCs, or just as an encoder, this is as cheap as you can go.
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#11
BoboOOZ
Berfs1
Fun fact, this has the turing encoder :) I would cop if i had money
Dedicated streaming PCs, or just as an encoder, this is as cheap as you can go.
Maybe they "forgot" to burn out some other goodies, just like with the 2060 KO?
We'll see in the reviews.

Anyway, if you don't have money now, by the time you do, chances are it'll be cheaper.
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#12
Berfs1
BoboOOZ
Maybe they "forgot" to burn out some other goodies, just like with the 2060 KO?
We'll see in the reviews.

Anyway, if you don't have money now, by the time you do, chances are it'll be cheaper.
I just mean as a dedicated encoder, if you don't want to drop thousands on a Threadripper for streaming, you could just get this and use NVENC, and you would have the Turing encoder, which is proven to be better than a 9900K for stream quality.
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#13
BoboOOZ
Berfs1
I just mean as a dedicated encoder, if you don't want to drop thousands on a Threadripper for streaming, you could just get this and use NVENC, and you would have the Turing encoder, which is proven to be better than a 9900K for stream quality.
Yes, I was hinting at the 2060KO because they deactivated CU for gaming in it, but for encoding it's more powerful than a normal 2060, they "forgot" to deactivate something else. I guess it's a way of making it attractive without specifically marketing it.
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#14
InVasMani
BoboOOZ
On RDNA TDP we know nothing for now.

Most recent news seem to point out that there are no leaks because they're simply late, the first prototype cards just got sent out.
Let's just hope they were late for the right reasons if that's indeed true. I mean if they are simply a little late to eek out more optimizing of the design itself it could be for the best. That's if they are indeed late.
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#15
BoboOOZ
They might be late just because of human malware.

But it matters more if they come with good performance and good prices than if they arrive in the same time with Nvidia.
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