Well, I finally took a look at the GTX 1660 SUPER earlier this week, now I can check out the recently introduced GTX 1650 SUPER. Unlike the GTX 1660 SUPER, the GTX 1650 SUPER is actually more than just a memory upgrade. In fact it isn’t even using the same GPU as the GTX 1650, it has the TU116 used in the GTX 1660, GTX 1660 SUPER, and GTX 1660 Ti only it is cut down to use 1280 CUDA cores compared to the 1408 on the GTX 1660. It also gets a clock speed increase over the GTX 1650 but it sticks with the 128-bit memory controller except with the same GDDR6 upgrade as the GTX 1660 SUPER. The change in GPU also means an upgrade to the Turning NVENC encoder as well. With that I’m excited to see the performance improvements that the new GPU is bringing at more budget-focused price points.
Product Name: Zotac GTX 1650 SUPER Twin Fan
Review Sample Provided by: Zotac
Written by: Wes Compton
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Before getting into the review I always make sure to confirm the clock speeds with the specifications using GPUz. The 1725 MHz boost clock in the specs is what GPUz is seeing. We can also see that the card has Micron GDDR6 and I have the BIOS revision and the driver number also on here for future reference as well. The test driver was the Nvidia public launch driver with its WHQL signature as well.
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