Gigabyte GTX 1650 GPUs Spotted at ECC

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Gigabyte GTX 1650 GPUs Spotted at ECC

Over the past few weeks, Nvidia has released two GTX 16XX series graphics cards, both of which offer the architectural advantages of the company's Turing architecture while lacking the AI and raytracing capabilities that are offered by their RTX technologies.

Right now, it looks like a new Geforce graphics card is on the horizon, a low-end replacement for the GTX 1050 and GTX 1050 Ti called the GTX 1650, which has recently appeared on the website of the Eurasian Economic Commission website. 

Thanks to a Twitter user known as KOMACHI_ENSAKA, we know of several GTX 1650 models that are coming from Gigabyte, which include low profile, WindForce, Gaming and ITX variants. All of these graphics cards also feature names which suggest that the graphics card offers 4GB of VRAM, which is the minimum that any gamer should expect from a modern graphics card. At this time it is unknown whether or not this GPU will use GDDR5 or GDDR6 memory, though cheaper GDDR5 VRAM seems more likely. 

If existing rumours for the GTX 1650 are correct, the graphics card will ship with an MSRP of around $179 in the US market. 

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