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Geforce GTX 1650: Zotac presents first low-profile design

Geforce GTX 1650: Zotac presents first low-profile design

By  Ingrid Wilhelmina 2019-05-28 1426 0

Zotac will present the first low-profile version of the Geforce GTX 1650 at this year's Computex. In the run-up to the fair, which starts next week, there will be an initial preview of the compact graphics card.

Geforce GTX 1650


Until the first manufacturers also offer low-profile designs of the Nvidia Geforce GTX 1650, it was more or less just a matter of time. At this year's Computex, Zotac dares to take the lead and presents the Turing graphics card in a narrow form factor as the Zotac Gaming Geforce GTX 1650 Low Profile.


For the time being, the manufacturer still keeps the technical key data to itself, so that, among other things, it remains open for the time being how the clock rate will be. As with similar models of the previous generations, Zotac will probably stick to the reference specifications for GPU and memory clocks, especially as there is no additional power connection anyway.


For cooling, Zotac uses the latest low-profile graphics card from its own product portfolio, the Geforce GTX 1050 Ti Low Profile. At least on the basis of the images, no differences can be identified, so that an aluminium heat sink and two 40 mm fans are responsible for heat dissipation. There seem to be no changes on the connection side either. Furthermore, Zotac uses DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort connectors. A PCI-E panel in standard format is pre-assembled ex works. An optional low-profile aperture is included as usual.


Zotac saves price and availability data for Computex, which will start next week. However, there should be no significant price difference to the normal models. At least in the past the differences were quite small and currently Zotac's low-profile model of the Geforce GTX 1050 Ti is on the same price level as the standard design.

 

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