The GTX 1650 Ti was coming at some point of time in 2020 and now we have some leaked benchmarks of the upcoming GPU. Interestingly we have got leaks of the mobile version of the GPU which confirms that it will be coming both for desktops and laptops.
Coming to the specs revealed by the leaked Geekbench entry, the GTX 1650 Ti will be based out of TU117 die, featuring 1,024 CUDA cores instead of 896 CUDA cores we saw in GTX 1650. Also, the GPU is seen with 16 Streaming Multiprocessors instead of 14 seen previously in GTX 1650.
It is said to have 4 gigs of GDDR6 memory, running across a 128-bit bus interface and the clock speed for the mobile version seems to be clocked at 1.49 GHz and we expect the desktop version to be clocked at a higher frequency.
In the Geekbench 5 benchmark, we see the mobile version of the GTX 1650 Ti scoring a whopping 44246 points which proves that the GPU will be the fastest among all the NVIDIA Turing series notebook GPUs.
Since the GPU has been leaked alongside the Intel’s upcoming 10th Gen core i7 -H CPU, we can expect NVIDIA to launch the GTX 1650 Ti by the end of March 2020 and get some budget-friendly gaming notebooks in the coming months as well.
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