Nvidia seems to be releasing a new variant of the GTX 1650 graphics card every now and then, which seems rather odd. This time round, the company is rumoured to be releasing a fifth variant of the aforementioned graphics card—this new one is equipped with the Turing-based TU116-150 GPU. Moreover, an image of this GPU was leaked by Twitter user “momomo_us.”
Picture of New GTX 1650 with TU116-150 GPU Leaked
Specifications-wise, according to VideoCardz, the new TU116-150-equipped GTX 1650 graphics card will come with 4GB GDDR6 memory, 1,410MHz base clock speed and 1,590MHz boost clock speed (possibly up to 1,635MHz). For those who may not be aware, the TU116-150 GPU was originally found in the GTX 1660, and was later used for the GTX 1650 super graphics card.
Based on the leak by “momomo_us”, the GTX 1650 graphics card with TU116-150 GPU was pictured being attached on an unidentified Gigabyte PCB (GV-N1650OC-4GD R.2). Knowing this, it probably won’t be long before we see this particular variant of the GTX 1650 hitting retailers shelves—assuming this leak is accurate, of course.