|GeForce GTX 1650||GeForce GTX 1050||GeForce GTX 1050 Ti||GeForce GTX 1060|
|Multiproc. of data flows||896||640||768||1280|
|Frec. base||1485 MHz||1354 MHz||1290 MHz||1506 MHz|
|Frec. Turbo||1685 MHz||1455 MHz||1392 MHz||1708 MHz|
|Texture rate||94.36 GTexel / s||58.20 GTexel / s||66.82 GTexel / s||136.64 GTexel / s|
|Pixel rate||53.92 GPixel / s||46.56 GPixel / s||44.54 GPixel / s||81.98 GPixel / s|
|Memory||4 GB GDDR5||2 GB GDDR5||4 GB GDDR5||6 GB GDDR5|
|Frec. memory||8 GHz||7 GHz||7 GHz||8 GHz|
|Ifaz. memory||128 bits||128 bits||128 bits||192 bits|
|Memory bandwidth||128.00 GB / s||112.00 GB / s||112.00 GB / s||192.00 GB / s|
|Consumption||75 W||75 W||75 W||120 W|
|With. PCIe||None||None||None||1x 6 pins|
|Computational power||3.02 TFLOPS||1.86 TFLOPS||2.14 TFLOPS||4.37 TFLOPS|
|PVPR||$ 149||$ 109||$ 139||$ 249|
It lacks raytracing and tensor cores – what Nvidia considers to be its RTX technology – but it maintains the Turing architecture and all the benefits in terms of execution of instructions per cycle (IPC) and others that the Turing architecture itself has . The size of this chip is 200 mm 2compared to 284 mm 2 of the TU116 or 445 mm 2 of the TU106. It is manufactured with a lithographic process of 12 nm by TSMC, so there are no changes in this field, and includes 4700 million transistors.
It has 4 GB of GDD5 memory at 8 GHz, which limits the raster units (ROP) to 32 and also reduces to 56 the units of texturing (TPU). With these changes and reduction of the chip, it goes on to consume 75 W, and therefore it can work without additional power, extracting only the one from the PCIe slot in which it is inserted. That also means that Nvidia advises only 300 W sources on the computers where it is used. The maximum operating temperature of this chip is 92 ºC.
At the moment there is no analysis of these graphics cards GTX 1650, but as indicated by Nvidia and other rumors, its performance would be on the GTX 1060 of 3 GB, although we must wait to see how it behaves more accurately in different games and, above all, 1080p. Although, yes, this means that it will also work well at 1080p and 144 Hz in electronic sports games, or QHD and 60 Hz in this type of games.