NVIDIA to Increase Supply of GeForce GTX 1650 Graphics Cards

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NVIDIA is reportedly planning to increase the supply of its GeForce GTX 1650 graphics cards in an attempt to bolster the lackluster state of the current GPU market. This is according to a report from Chinese outlet IT Home, which explained that most of the chips had been going toward the mobile variant for use in notebooks and similar devices. As a change of course, green team will gradually increase its supply of GeForce GTX 1650 graphics cards for the desktop market from April to May.

With the popularity of cryptocurrency mining, mid-to-high-end graphics cards with more than 6GB of video memory are almost hard to buy, and even if they can be purchased, the price is far beyond the price. The price of the entry-level GTX 1650 (Super) has also increased, priced between 1600-2200. IT Home learned that the latest GTX 1650 model has 896 stream processors, Boost frequency can reach 1590MHz, is equipped with 12Gbps 4GB GDDR6 memory, 128bit bit width, 75W power consumption.

Sources: IT Home, PC Gamer

Tsing Mui
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