Palit GTX 1650, 1660 and 1660 Ti StormX Review Roundup
Although the main focus of today's overview is the GTX 1650, Palit were kind enough to share the GTX 1660 and GTX 1660Ti StormX cards with us so we can have a pure look at the relative performance gaps between the cards as you move up the price ladder.
Being such an affordable card the GTX 1650 is very much as little graphics card as you can get away with whilst still being able to run your games. The cooler is reminiscent of the coolers you got with old Intel CPUs, whilst.. well that's about it. No lighting. No backplate. GPU. PCB. Cooler. Bosh. Job done.
Unlike the other GTX 1650s we've reviewed recently the Palit card does come with a DVI connector for those of you who have an older display on hand, although this does come at the expense of a DisplayPort adaptor. HDMI or DVI only.
You can get an idea of how small the GTX 1650 is when you compare it to the other StormX cards in the Palit range. From left to right we have the GTX 1650, GTX 1660 and GTX 1660Ti. On the one hand why make the card any bigger than it needs to be - we're looking at you EVGA - but on the other it isn't the kind of card you want to show off through your case window. Note also that the bigger two cards have all three display output types.