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What is the GTX 1650 Laptop's CUDA core count?

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I doubt it because Techpowerup write 896 CUDA cores but Nvidia's site write 1024 CUDA cores. What is the real GTX 1650 CUDA core count?
 

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Laptop Graphics Cards are usualy a Slightly cut down Version of the Desktop GPU so 896 v 1024 CUDA cores is probably right
They also do not clock as high
 
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Laptop Graphics Cards are usualy a Slightly cut down Version of the Desktop GPU so 896 v 1024 CUDA cores is probably right
They also do not clock as high
I wish it is actually that simple.
Both versions of the GTX1650 exists even on Desktop.
The vast majority of GTX 1650 on desktop is the 896 Cuda Cores version.
 
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Isn't the 1024 CC version the 1650 Ti?
 
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For me Nvidias HP says 896 for the 1650..
 
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That's really weird. I've seen what people have been posting on their site as well now.

One is the 896 1650, the other is a 1024 1650, yet the TPU GPU DB lists the 1024 1650 as the Ti version. Not sure why Nvidia has to make it that confusing, though they did do it with their dodgy 1030's, the 1050's and the multiple 1060's so not that weird I suppose... haha.
 
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If it was 1024 cores, it would same with GTX 1060 3GB maybe GTX 1060 6GB.
 
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