NVIDIA is reportedly preparing to launch a new Turing graphics card next month, with VideoCardz reporting that their sources have confirmed NVIDIA will be launching the GeForce GTX 1650 in March.
The site says that "so far there is no confirmation on GTX 1660 non-Ti, but according to 3rd party recent leaks, that card is surely happening at some point". We should expect that the lower-end GTX 1650 will roll out with the TU117 GPU, on the same 12nm node but with less VRAM, and most likely cheaper GDDR5 versus GDDR6.
NVIDIA should launch the GeForce GTX 1650 with 4GB of GDDR5 on a smaller 128-bit memory bus and purported price of $179, meaning it will be great competition for AMD's mid-range Radeon RX 570 graphcis card.
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