The existence of the GTX 1650 has been confirmed after Twitter user I_Leak_VN posted a photo of a leaked slide which contains the information of the GeForce GTX 1650 from iThome.com. While we have yet to see any information on its official launch date, the renown site for GPU leaks and rumors videocardz already updated the first leaked renders of the GTX 1650 from ZOTAC.
From the leaked renders, we can see the GTX 1650 OC Edition from ZOTAC comes with a single fan cooler and it doesn’t require an additional PCIe power connector. According to videocardz, the ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1650 OC Edition will be using a different Turing GPU (TU117) and requires less than 75W to operate.
There’s no additional information on the TU117 GPU as of now, but judging from the display output options offered, NVIDIA is probably targeting the entry-level 1080p gaming segment with the GTX 1650.
Videocardz also mentioned that NVIDIA is expected to launch the GTX 1650 in roughly two weeks from now. Then again, these are the speculations at this stage, so take the information above with a grain of salt for now.