Nvidia's reportedly prepping a GTX 1650 Ti GPU for an October launch

More 12nm Turing GPUs?

Nvidia's reportedly prepping a GTX 1650 Ti GPU for an Octobe launch

Nvidia's reportedly prepping a GTX 1650 Ti GPU for an October launch

Rumour has it that Nvidia has plans to add a new entry into its Turing graphics card lineup, this time adding to the company's lower-end GTX range of GPU hardware. 

Nvidia's next chip is rumoured to be called the GTX 1650 Ti, a graphics card which will sit between the GTX 1650 and GTX 1660, acting as a mid-way point between the two. The chip is rumoured to feature a CUDA core count of between 896 and 1408, enabling performance levels which could match or exceed Nvidia's last-generation GTX 1060 graphics card. 

At this time, little is known about Nvidia's GTX 1650 Ti, though it is rumoured to be released sometime in late September or early October. This graphics card will fill a major gap in Nvidia's low-end GPU lineup, a space which is being exploited by low-cost RX 570 and RX 580 graphics cards from AMD. 

To sit between Nvidia's GTX 1650 and GTX 1660m Nvidia's GTX 1650 Ti would need to feature between 1024 and 1280 CUDA cores. Nvidia graphics cards tend to offer CUDA cores in collections of 128, making 1024, 1152 and 1280 CUDA core counts possible. Ultimately, it depends on kind of silicon Nvidia plans to use to create its GTX 1650 Ti.    

 Geforce RTX 2060 (FE)Geforce GTX 1660 Ti (Ref)Geforce GTX 1660 (Ref)Geforce GTX 1060 6GB (FE)Geforce GTX 1650 Ti RefGeforce GTX 1650 (Ref)Geforce GTX 1050 Ti (Ref)Geforce GTX 1050 (Ref)
CUDA Cores1,9201,5361,4081,2801024-1280896768640
Ray Tracing Performance
Base Clock
Boost Clock1680MHz1770MHz1785MHz1708MHz???1665MHz1392MHz1455MHz
Memory Capacity6GB6GB6GB6GB?4GB4GB2GB
Memory Speed14Gbps12Gbps8Gbps8Gbps?8Gbps7Gbps7Gbps
Memory Bandwidth336GB/s288GB/s192GB/s192GB/s?128GB/s112GB/s112GB/s
Memory Bus Size192-bit192-bit192-bit192-bit?128-bit128-bit128-bit


Nvidia's reportedly prepping a GTX 1650 Ti GPU for an October launch


AMD is rumoured to be working on a low-end Navi graphics card to compete with Nvidia's GTX Turing offerings, making the creation of a GTX 1650 Ti a solid move for the green team. The GTX 1650 Ti could act as a counter to Radeon's low-end Navi graphics cards, or at a minimum solidify Nvidia's position in the low-end GPU market.    

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