One of NVIDIA’s salvos against AMD’s mainstream and budget Navi GPUs will supposedly land by Halloween. Chinese tech site ITHome is reporting that the GTX 1650 Ti will launch on October 22 for 1,100 yuan, which comes out to about $155.
The GTX 1050 Ti replacement will likely have 4 GB of GDDR5 and a 128-bit memory bus. It’ll either feature the TU117 GPU (GTX 1650) or TU116 GPU (GTX 1660/Ti).
With the latest rumours indicating Nvidia will release the GTX 1650 Ti on October 22, it does suggest the GTX 1660 Super and AMD RX 5600 cards may not be far behind. While still only rumours at this point, all signs point towards an entry-level and mainstream showdown between Nvidia and AMD before the year’s out.