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Gigabyte Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 Gaming OC 4GB Graphics Card $204 + $14.95 (Free with eBay Plus) @ Futu Online eBay

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Original Coupon Deal
Spotted this one for sale for $204 + eBay Plus free shipping

A decent entry level eSports graphics card, that looks to have taken the place of the aged 1050Ti

Not as historically cheap as they have been, but very close to it

Manufacturers specifications

https://www.gigabyte.com/au/Graphics-Card/GV-N1650OC-4GD#kf

Graphics Processing
GeForce® GTX 1650
Core Clock
1710 MHz (Reference Card: 1665 MHz)
CUDA® Cores
896
Memory Clock
8002 MHz
Memory Size
4 GB
Memory Type
GDDR5
Memory Bus
128 bit
Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec)
128 GB/s
Card Bus
PCI-E 3.0 x 16
Digital max resolution
7680x4320@60Hz
Multi-view
3
Card size
L=191 W=112 H=36 mm
PCB Form
ATX
DirectX
12
OpenGL
4.6
Recommended PSU
300W

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Comments

  • +2 votes

    I haven't come across any review recommending this card. All the big YouTube channels mocked it.

    • +6 votes

      That's because it's truly terrible perf/$. If anyone buys this over the 570, they probably deserve to be mocked too. OP deserves to be mocked for posting this "deal", but alas "this is not a deal" is not a valid reason for negs.

      inb4 "no psu cable requirements! plug and play upgrade for old pre-builts!", well nvidia claims it's "possible", but 4 months later those still don't really exist.

    • +1 vote

      Forgot all about that
      Just had a quick look on passmark
      Better than a 1050ti but less than a 570 / 580

      The 1650 doesn't even have less power draw than the Rx models. Or more vram

      Will leave my post up but would recommend against buying this model

  • +17 votes

    Strongly consider AMD RX 570 $183.20 for a faster card and including 3 months of Game pass and Borderlands 3 or TomClancy

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    +1 for posting while I'm in the market to upgrade my failing system. Most of it's parts are now over 10 years old, I'm getting desperate :/

    • +3 votes

      Go with the rx570, scrimshaw has linked.

      A more powerful card and cheaper

    • +2 votes

      Keep an eye out for cheap GFX cards on gumtree or FB Marketplace. I picked up a ASUS RX550 with 4GB DDR5 (released circa 2017) for only $40.

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        What do you think about a gtx 1070? I need a new gpu. I want to hold out till next gen and just get an rx570 to hold me over however a 1070 has come up for 270. It almost feels if I'm going to spend 270 I may as well spend 200 more for an rx5700.

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        My GTX980 is the newest part in my system, replaced the 2 aging GTX590's …… which had replaced my 2 aging GTX295's :/

        I have a brand new GTX1060 sitting in it's box, was going to be part of a new system I was building …. got sidelined after cyclone Marcia hit me in Rockhampton. Still have the Corsair 308T waiting, almost fully built (just needs SSD's, GFX, CPU cooler) so may go that way instead.

  • +1 vote

    Is there an AMD comparison with similar TDP of 75W? otherwise have to upgrade PSU.

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      I need to know as well, my PSU is 300W pre built PC, this is the only choice I found other than 1050,1050ti. But I found many RX570 for very cheap price (ex mining) which needs external power connectors, Only one without that is RX560 which is not that cheap (no ex mining stocks)

    • +2 votes

      the RX 560, but I don't think it performs as well. There'll be an navi RX 5500 in like 2 months, but actual availability of cable-less variants might be spotty/delayed too.

      if you have a locked pre-built, a 300-450w PSU might technically be sufficient, but I seriously doubt the quality of those will still be reliable if they're more than 2-3 years old.

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    What's the smallest casing can this be fit in?

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