GEFORCE GTX 1650 War: Version with GDDR5 and GDDR6 vs. GTX 1650 Super

The guys from NJ Tech have published a new comparison in which they face the GTX 1650 in its version with GDDR5 and the GTX 1650 versions with GDDR6 and GTX 1650 Super, three models that position within the mid-range of NVIDIA and that are presented as pretty solid options to play in 1080p.

The GTX 1650 uses the Turing architecture and has 896 shaders, 56 TMUs, 32 ROPs, a 128-bit bus and 4 GB of 8 GHz GDDR5 memory. Its price is around 150 euros.

For its part, the GTX 1650 with GDDR6 maintains the specifications of the previous one, but it has a lower frequency in the GPU and mounts 4 GB of GDDR6 at 12 GHz. Its price is around 155-160 euros.

Finally there is the GTX 1650 Super, which ranks above both by having 1,280 shaders, 80 TMUs, 32 ROPs, 128-bit bus and 4 GB of 12 GHz GDDR6. Its price is around 180 euros.

The results confirm that the version with GDDR6 is slightly more powerful than the variant with GDDR5, and that the GTX 1650 Super is much more powerful than both. The difference is very large, but the price difference that this model presents compared to the other two is relatively small, so we can conclude by saying that the GTX 1650 Super is the best option of the three, since it offers much higher performance for only 20 euros more.

GTX 1650 (GDDR5) Vs. GTX 1650 (GDDR6) Vs. GTX 1650 Super | 1080p Gaming Benchmarks - YouTube


Yes, typically the Super’s are about 10% better performance. I have a GTX 1660 Super Tuf card and love it to pieces. Great performance cards.

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1650 around here, I have had it for 8 months and so far, without problems!

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Add the max-Q version into the mix and you have 4 variants of GTX 1650 :slight_smile: These guys just ran out of numbers.