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GTX 1650, the entry level GPU for NVIDIA’s Turing architecture, is officially out.

The card utilizes the TU117 Turing GPU. 896 CUDA cores and a base clock of 1485 MHz (which goes upto 1665 MHz) and puts it ahead of the GTX 1050 Ti, which comes with 768 CUDA cores and runs a base clock of 1290 MHz (going upto 1392 MHz with a boost). The 1650 has an increased memory speed of 8 GBps (as compared to 7 GBps for the GTX 1050Ti) as well as an increased bandwidth of 128 GBps (as compared to 112 GBps for the GTX 1050Ti).

And of course, GTX 1650 includes all of the new Turing shader innovations that improve performance and efficiency, including support for concurrent floating point and integer operations, a unified cache architecture with larger L1 cache, and adaptive shading.

The biggest advantage of the 1650 is that it does not need an external power connector, and consumes a meager 75W of power.

The GTX 1650 is now available at a base price of INR 12900 from a range of board partners including ASUS, Colorful, EVGA, Gainward, Galaxy, Gigabyte, Innovision 3D, MSI, Palit, PNY and Zotac. Additionally get 2000 VBucks and a Counterattack cosmetic set for Fortnite with every purchase, till stocks last.

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