Gigabyte GTX 1650 OC 4G Review
There isn't much obvious difference in the packaging between the various models Gigabyte have released in the GTX 1650 range, so if you want this particular version pay close attention to the left hand corner of the box.
It's nice to see that even though the GTX 1650 is very much a value offering Gigabyte haven't completely ignored the chance to extract a little more cooling performance and thus GPU Boost ability from it. Whereas the stock card has a single fan the OC 4G has a dual fan arrangement with a relatively meaty heatsink.
Such is the cool nature and efficient power requirements of the GTX 1650 the OC 4G only needs a mid-sized heatsink. It's still a step up from the Nvidia reference design and on that small PCB is guaranteed to fit in almost any case you care to name.
Outputs are handled by two HDMI and a single DisplayPort. It's a minimalist aesthetic and we're surprised not to see a DVI connector given how this card is aimed squarely at the people who can only afford to upgrade rarely and thus might have an older display.