Last Wednesday Gigabyte came with a new variant of the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650, which according to Nvidia and Gigabyte should be equipped with gddr6 memory, instead of gddr5. Inno3D has also made this decision, there will be two new cards.
The GTX 1650 GDDR6 Twin X2 OC uses two fans, the GTX 1650 GDDR6 Compact is the single fan version. We have already discussed both the Compact and the Twin versions of the existing GTX 1650s in a review. These new versions seem to be the same as the existing cards in terms of the cooling block. The only major change seems to be the gddr6 memory, which runs at 12 Gb / s. It is still a 4 GB frame buffer.
The boost clock of the two new cards, just like with Gigabytes new cards, is slightly lower; the boost of the Compact is set at 1,590 MHz, for the Twin OC this is 1,620 MHz. According to Nvidia, the reference speed of the boost clock of the GTX 1650 is 1,665 MHz. They are still the same GPU, so presumably they are well suited for overclocking.
|Fashion model||GPU||Cuda cores||Boostclock||Memory||Memory speed||Memory bus|
|GTX 1660 Ti||TU116-400||1536||1770 MHz||6 GB GDDR6||12 Gb / s||192-bit|
|GTX 1660 Super||TU116-300||1408||1785 MHz||6 GB GDDR6||12 Gb / s||192-bit|
|GTX 1660||TU116-300||1408||1785 MHz||6 GB GDDR5||8 Gb / s||192-bit|
|GTX 1650 Super||TU116-250||1280||1725 MHz||4 GB GDDR6||12 Gb / s||128-bit|
|GTX 1650 GDDR6||TU117-300 (?)||896||1590 MHz||4 GB GDDR6||12 Gb / s (?)||128-bit|
|GTX 1650 GDDR5||TU117-300||896||1665 MHz||4 GB GDDR5||8 Gb / s||128-bit|
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