Galax NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 SUPER $219 Delivered @ PC Byte

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Galax NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 SUPER EX (1-Click OC) 4GB D6 Video Card 65SQL8DS61EX

MPN: 65SQL8DS61EX         SKU: 3599365019991

Powered by GeForce GTX 1650 Super

1-Click OC Clock: Up to 1755 MHz

NVIDIA® G-SYNC Compatible

Microsoft DirectX 12 API, Vulkan API, OpenGL 4.6

DisplayPort 1.4, HDMI 2.0b, DVI-D

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  • This seems to be low profile card

    This looks like a good fit for a dell ex lease sff.

    Agree?

    • Not low profile card but was cheaper 2 weeks ago.

    • +2 votes

      Won't fit in the case most likely, since low profile cards have a shorter PCB board. Also you have to replace the metal bracket that is the part sticking out of the case with the short version (low profile card comes with the shorter bracket in box).

      You can however leave the case open, it will still work. But even then the average Optiplex power supply is about 250-300 W, and depending on your CPU/computer manual, you might have enough to power this card (on the product page it only needs about 100W max).

      The short answer is no. The long answer is also no. Buy a dedicated low profile graphics card.

      • This is correct. As far as I've seen the best LP GPU is the gigabyte 1650 (not super) which has a DDR 6 version (still only 4gb ).

  • Funny since the 3000 series most wont comment on this card, it's essentially a super efficient GTX 980 in terms of performance

  • Is this better than a RX 570?

    I want to put together a $750 system.

  • I ordered one of these from them a few weeks ago and had to chase them up 2 weeks later for them to ship it.

    Not sure if unlucky or not :/

    • @Nato Potato Mine got sent in reasonable time, maybe you were unlucky, or I was lucky, though turns out I bought my 750ti from them in 2017 with no issues.
      Now my i5 6500 is choking this card instead of the750ti choking the CPU. Throttle calculator predicted this, but I figured even underperforming would be an upgrade to overall performance.

      • I hope I was just unlucky because it is a pretty good deal for a budget card and would definitely recommend!

        It's crazy how quickly things change, even if you could get your hands on an secondhand i7 6700 or 6700K.

        • Yeh, I watched a couple of those bids go up more than the recent i5 10400 deal, hard to justify (though I've just noticed my 6500 can't even support my 32GB 3200 CL16 speeds, so a new build is probably justified, just not likely right now)

  • Bit the bullet. Putting together some PC parts for my 11yo for Xmas to build his own PC. This is a great mid-range card. Thanks for sharing :)

  • Guys whats the lowest PSU u can get away with for this?

  • I managed to OC this to 1800mhz. Pretty decent card for 1080!

  • May I know if there's any minimum 6G ram GC that can support minimum five monitors? Not for gaming purpose. Thanks!

  • I remember when I was building computers back in the early 2000s they had AGP cards with expandable memory the Card would have all these memory slots and the store can sell the same memory card with various memory configurations.I would then use these little memory chips to make a certain size requested by customer. Don't know why they don't do something similar today.

  • Got a 2 year old 1050 ti… is $200+ worth the incremental improvement?

    • That's up to you, but I think you would be surprised by how much you could sell the 1050 Ti for.

    • +2 votes

      It's ~75% faster than your 1050Ti. You could also sell your card for $100+ quite easily on Gumtree to offset the cost.

      • Oh thanks! Didn't realize the 1050ti still had that much value.

        • People are still paying up to $200 for a 1050ti, cheapest on gumtree is $150. Definetly sell it, would get a 1660 super for not much more than this which is a very worthwhile upgrade

  • Ordered one of these a couple of days before this deal was posted as temporary card for my HTPC. This was my first purchase from PC Byte.

    Card just arrived and I have to say that packing for postage was pretty terrible. GPU box was wrapped in black plastic and marked fragile, but had no bubble wrap or foam for protection. GPU itself is not damaged but the box is pretty beat up.

    Never had a GPU or any other component shipped like this before.

    • Did you receive tracking information or an email saying when they shipped it? i've ordered a case from them and have had radio silence for week now. Bit worried the case won't show up or if it does it will be beat up!

      • No email from them. Got a text from couriers please saying the package had been picked up, and when logging in to PC Byte the tracking number was visible on my order.

    • That doesn't sound too good…. I ordered one on Thursday… got the shipping confirmation this arvo (Monday), should be here tomorrow… I hope its packed a bit better.

      • arrived today (Tues)… actually surprisingly well packed - big box… lots of padding… contents all in good condition… ordered Thurs - arrived Tues… not bad considering all the covid19 delays.

  • Still waiting for mine too. Apparently it's at a Melbourne depot somewhere,

    Worse still some Centrecom components sent from Sunshine. Last Australia Post activity was over a week ago. Appalling.

    Not fair on Centrecom but I wouldn't be recommending them for any deliveries using Aust Post.

  • Anyone able to checkout with this in the cart?

    It says "No shipping method is available for your current order and shipping address" when I click the checkout button even though there is a shipping address and it's marked as in stock.

  • Just bought an RX570 from them. Took a week after payment receipt to ship it.
    Even more painful is I'm going to have to swap it for one of these nV cards