The Zotac GTX 1650 has been spotted and the fairly simple card makes things even simpler by not relying on external power. This means that it will draw all the power that it needs from the motherboard. This is similar to the GTX 1050. The great thing here is that you do not need to upgrade your power supply if you are looking to plug in a graphics card into an older PC in order to play some games. You could do that with the Zotac GTX 1650.
This is the first GTX 1650 graphics card that we have seen so far. The card is pretty small and comes with a single fan for cooling. It offers HDMI, DisplayPort and Dual Link DVI-D. Talking about performance, this card should be able to run games at 1080p 60 FPS with a mixture of medium and high settings. This might not be a major upgrade if you already have the GTX 1050 but if you have an older card and cannot afford to get the 1660 Ti, for example, then this could be a great option for you.
The fact that the card does not need any external power makes it rather promising for budget gamers. You can check out the card below:
There is some speculation regarding the price and people want the price to be lower than the RX 570. It is possible but the graphics cards of this generation are pretty expensive. We will have to wait and see what price Nvidia announces for the graphics card and at which price the partners will sell them. Custom cards are often more costly than the MSRP and we could see that be the case here as well.
We have spotted some benchmarks that reveal that the GTX 1650 is actually slower than the 1050 but the numbers could be lower due to numerous reasons.
Let us know what you think about the Zotac GTX 1650 and whether or not this is something that you would be interested in buying.