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MSI launches two low-profile GTX 1650 graphics cards

Meet the Geforce GTX 1650 4GT LP series.

MSI launches two low-profile GTX 1650 graphics cards

MSI launches two low-profile GTX 1650 graphics cards

MSI has officially released two new GPUs into their Geforce GTX 1650 lineup, adding some low-profile graphics performance into the mix with both reference speed and overclocked models.  

With these graphics cards, MSI has found the best use case for Nvidia's GTX 1650 by packing its low-power performance into a form factor that AMD's competing RX 570 cannot accommodate, the half-height PCIe form factor. This enabled this graphics card to fit into a wide range of OEM PCs, allowing them to be upgraded into capable gaming machines. The GTX 1650's low TDP also helps MSI achieve this goal. 

MSI's low-profile (LP) GTX 1650 offerings come with Nvidia's reference GTX 1650 clock speeds or a 30MHz factory overclock. Both versions feature DVI-D, and HDMI 2.0b, lacking DisplayPort connectivity. The graphics card can support full-height and half-height PCIe systems with the graphics card's included brackets. 


 MSI GTX 1650 LP OCMSI GTX 1650 LPGeforce GTX 1650 (Ref)Geforce GTX 1050 Ti (Ref)Geforce GTX 1050 (Ref)
ArchitectureTuringTuringTuringPascalPascal
CUDA Cores896896896768640
Ray Tracing Performance
(Gigarays)
N/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
Base Clock
-1485MHz1485MHz1290MHz1354MHz
Boost Clock1695MHz1665MHz1665MHz1392MHz1455MHz
Memory TypeGDDR5GDDR5GDDR5GDDR5GDDR5
Memory Capacity4GB4GB4GB4GB2GB
Memory Speed8Gbps8Gbps8Gbps7Gbps7Gbps
Memory Bandwidth128GB/s128GB/s128GB/s112GB/s112GB/s
Memory Bus Size128-bit128-bit128-bit128-bit128-bit

MSI launches two low-profile GTX 1650 graphics cards  
MSI's low profile GTX 1650 graphics cards are expected to become available at retailers soon, releasing with similar prices to existing GTX 1650 graphics cards. 

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25-06-2019, 02:55:10

66racer
Ya know a single slot full height card would be nice, just saying. Think about the Ryzen builds and x299 builds that dont need much more than this.Quote
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